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Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Spring rain knocks county off six-year drought status

Drizzle, drizzle, drip. Mother Nature’s generous rain showers have finally ended the six-year drought. While most of the rest of the state has been drought free for several weeks, Tooele County has been continually labeled by the...

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Erda girls ranch may be adding a school

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Erda girls ranch may be adding a school

Though it would look like a modern barn on the outside, farm animals and equipment wouldn’t be housed inside. Instead a maximum of 50 teenage girls would use the building as a school. The owners of Utah...

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Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

New golf pro hopeful about course’s future

Soon the rains will cease, the sun will shine and golfers will converge on courses throughout the state. New Oquirrh Hills Golf Pro Chris Scott wants potential customers to know that his course is primed, ready and...

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Short-lived liens create concerns in Overlake

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Short-lived liens create concerns in Overlake

An error in filing a lien with Tooele County created some panic for homeowners in Overlake subdivision the past two weeks. Forsgren Associates Inc., filed a lien against the entired Overlake Development on April 22. The lien...

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Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Big celebration planned for park honoring war veterans

If people want to shop, grab some fast food, dine out or see a movie they probably need to drive to the north end of Tooele’s Main Street to find what they need. If people want to...

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Residents encouraged to rid homes of toxic waste during collection day

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Residents encouraged to rid homes of toxic waste during collection day

For more than a decade Tooele County residents have been making their homes a little safer and the environment a little cleaner by disposing of their used oils, chemicals, paints and poisons at the annual countywide Household...

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Tuesday, May 10th, 2005

Tooele students put on show at Abravanel Hall

More than 200 elementary students from Tooele County School District performed in the gold leaf and crystal of Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City in two separate concerts last Tuesday and Wednesday. Choirs from West, Northlake and...

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Thursday, May 5th, 2005

SR-112 crash sends three to hospitals

A head-on collision on SR-112 at approximately 7:30 a.m. this morning sent the drivers of both vehicles to Salt Lake City hospitals via medical helicopters. Tooele City Police officer Heath Hillyard said the accident occurred at the...

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If N-waste comes it may not leave

Thursday, May 5th, 2005

If N-waste comes it may not leave

Once again a representative of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), stated that Yucca Mountain, Nevada won’t be taking nuclear waste from Private Fuel Storage’s (PFS) planned Skull Valley storage site. At least not if the waste...

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G-ville leaders table opposed zone change

Thursday, May 5th, 2005

G-ville leaders table opposed zone change

A zone change that would allow commercial development at the intersection of state Route 112 and SR-138 (Grantsville’s Main Street) was tabled last night with a 3-2 vote by members of the city council. As council members...

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