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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

2013 county fair canceled—again

Tooele County’s beleaguered 2013 fair has been canceled—for the second time. The fair was originally canceled in March shortly after the county’s parks and recreation staff, which provides manpower for the annual event, was laid off by...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

School district proposed budget short $2.9 million

After reducing total expenditures $1.5 million, the Tooele County School District’s preliminary budget for the next school year is still $2.9 million short of being balanced. Tooele County School Board members got their first look at the...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Grantsville’s new library causes adjustments to proposed budget

Grantsville’s new public library has stretched finances thin, but the city’s preliminary 2013-2014 budget still balances without raising taxes. The Grantsville City Council passed its preliminary 2013-2014 budget at its meeting Wednesday. The $3.9 million general fund...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Stansbury family offers their pool for lessons

Because the Deseret Peak Aquatic Center is closed due to budget cuts, some local parents have fewer options this summer to provide swimming lessons for their children. But a Stansbury Park woman has created a solution to...

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Thursday, June 6th, 2013

County planning commission wrestles over wind power

The Tooele County Planning Commission wrestled for over three hours Wednesday night on the topic of commercial windmill farms. Energy of Utah, a Sandy-based renewable energy developer, has worked with the county’s planning staff for three months...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Last week’s rain didn’t boost water outlook

Although Tooele County was pounded with rain last week, it wasn’t enough to decrease local water officials’ worries about the upcoming summer and drought that may follow. Gary Bevan, president of Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company, said as...

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Sheriff’s department checked for misconduct

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Sheriff’s department checked for misconduct

An investigation into at least one person in the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office is under way, possibly regarding a suspected misuse of money held in evidence, a county official confirmed Thursday, According to a May 30 press...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Judge hears arguments in Overlake lawsuit that has lasted four years

The long-standing, multi-million dollar dispute between Tooele City and a developer is now in the hands of a judge. Attorneys for Tooele City and Tooele Associates, developer of Overlake, had one last chance last week to plead...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Governor to visit TATC ribbon cutting

A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house will be held Wednesday at Tooele County’s newest education facility. On June 5, Gov. Gary Herbert will speak at the 11 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony for the Tooele Applied Technology...

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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Twin boys born prematurely on I-80 early Sunday morning

A pair of twin boys were delivered on a remote stretch of  Interstate 80 Sunday morning. Around 9 a.m. troopers from the Utah Highway Patrol received a call about a woman, Lynette Hales of Sandy, in labor...

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