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Thursday, February 27th, 2020

Getting Ready for the Sociable

There will be something of interest for every age at the 136th Grantsville Sociable on March 14 and the Children’s Sociable on March 12 at Grantsville High School. Participants and patrons will range in age from 5-year-old...

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Tuesday, February 25th, 2020

New Chief

The 101-year old Tooele City Fire Department has a new chief. Chris Shubert was recently promoted to fire chief, but he still manages to work a full-time job, maintain family time, and squeeze in a little bit...

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Thursday, February 20th, 2020

Running Connection

Running started out as just a way to stay in shape, but it turned into a life-long passion for Stansbury Park resident Steve Allen.  The joy he found in running turned into a network of support through...

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Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

When Presidents Stopped By

According to the National Archives, Monday’s holiday was legally Washington’s Birthday, although the tradition among many Americans is to use the day to celebrate all former U.S. presidents. Not many presidential people have strayed west of Salt...

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Thursday, February 13th, 2020

Born to Be a Hero

Dallin Peck of Erda just became the newest — and youngest — EMT in the North Tooele Fire District. Dallin, who turned 18 on Feb. 7, passed the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exam at the...

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Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

Hockey: A Dream Come True

Living out his dream, 21-year-old Kayden Nielsen now plays hockey for Brigham Young University, after overcoming physical hurdles and a contract to play for Utah Valley University. In the third-grade, while attending Rose Springs Elementary in Stansbury...

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Thursday, February 6th, 2020

A Big Place to Ride

Black Crook Peak is the highest summit in Tooele County’s Sheeprock Mountains at 9,193 feet above sea level. But even looking out from an airplane 1,000 feet above the peak, still isn’t high enough to grasp the...

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Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

The Big Blue-Deep Lake Bonneville Revealed

The salt-encrusted wooden posts look like bleached bones sticking up through mud. The Great Salt Lake’s waters have retreated enough over the last two decades to expose a vast alkaline mud apron that stretches flatly across its...

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Thursday, January 30th, 2020

For the Love of Kids

Head, heart, hands and health. That’s what the four H’s stand for in 4-H. More than 100 years ago in 1902, 4-H was founded to teach children and youth practical skills they could use to serve their...

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Tuesday, January 28th, 2020

Western Music & Songwriter Series and Chili Cook Off

Over 100 cowboys and cowgirls and their friends descended on the indoor arena at the Deseret Peak Complex in Grantsville on Saturday. The occasion was the 7th Annual Western Music and Songwriter Series. The series was founded...

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