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Thursday, January 24th, 2013

National debate about gun control spurs local sales

As the national debate on gun control rages and executive orders aimed at curtailing gun violence have been enacted, the effect locally is mostly felt at businesses that sell guns and ammunition. The 23 executive orders, signed...

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Tooele to adopt new snowplow ranking policy

Tooele City officials have proposed a new snow removal policy that divides the city’s streets and winter storms into categories to remove snow more efficiently. Jim Bolser, Tooele City public works and community development director, introduced the...

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Public packs board meeting on outsourcing

Five months ago angry taxpayers packed a Tooele County School Board meeting and pleaded for the board to balance the 2013 budget without raising taxes. Tuesday night, an audience composed of mostly parents and school district employees,...

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Service dog awaits Grantsville boy with autism

Like most mothers, Grantsville resident Christy Johnson worries about the safety of her children. She worries even more for her son, Dillon, who suffers from autism and doesn’t understand danger. The 6-year-old boy often unknowingly put himself...

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Tooele native turns creative self into successful business

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Tooele native turns creative self into successful business

A former Tooele High School football player has discovered his innate creative self and has turned a small specialty start up company into a success. Patrick Baker, a 1997 Tooele High School graduate who played football for...

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Computer crash causes late newspaper delivery

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Computer crash causes late newspaper delivery

Computers are loved, yet often taken for granted when they work well. And when they don’t? In terms of newspaper production, the consequences can be enormous — and inconvenient. Such is the case with Tuesday’s edition, which...

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Coming Back Home

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More layoffs made at Clive facility

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

More layoffs made at Clive facility

The number of people working at EnergySolutions’ Clive disposal facility declined again last week as the company continues efforts to reduce costs. EnergySolutions laid off 30 people Friday, according to Mark Walker, vice president for marketing and...

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Residents don’t want UTA to make changes

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Residents don’t want UTA to make changes

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Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Hospital takes steps to halt flu between patients, visitors

Mountain West Medical Center officials have implemented interventional steps to keep patients, staff and visitors from spreading the flu while at the hospital. Peggy Keene, infection control director and registered nurse at MWMC, said flu prevention isn’t...

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