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Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Agile K-9s

Deseret Peak Complex was abuzz with activity on Saturday, with the typical softball games and other youth sports. Away from the playing fields, however, a very different type of athlete was competing. The Utah Peace Officers Association...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Clarity of Vision

Madeline Bracken, a work-at-home, high performance coach in Tooele, starts her workday with a small Crystal Light drink and one of the easiest tasks on her list.  The goal is to get into her flow, where work...

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Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

Summer in the Sandlot

Something was different that summer day in 1992 when 12-year-old Ryan Zumwalt rode his bike to the playground at Nibley Park Elementary in Sugarhouse. He found adults at the baseball diamond instead of his friends. “I started...

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Thursday, August 30th, 2018

Summer Goodbyes

With school back in session and fall weather approaching, Tooele County residents can look back with fondness on a fun summer of parades, rodeos, car shows, fairs, festivals, concerts, races, demolition derbies and other summer events. The...

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Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

Tennis Love

A convert to tennis from baseball while in high school, Stansbury Park resident Bob Haines enjoys sharing the sport that changed his life with Tooele County youth. Now 72 years old, Haines has grown to love tennis...

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Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

Nurturing from Nothing

Ten years ago, Jessica Johnson accidentally started a library. It all began in Grantsville. Johnson helped with the Grantsville Library’s summer reading program, helping manage storytime and crafts with the children. She loved it, but with no...

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Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

A New Tradition

You can’t have a Super Bowl without a little spectacle. So it was fitting that the game ball for Saturday’s Tooele County 911 Super Bowl was delivered by a University of Utah AirMed helicopter — and the...

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Thursday, August 16th, 2018

Heritage

Logan’s Kyra John delivered speeches, danced, sang and socialized at pow wows throughout the intermountain area as queen of the Confederated Tribes of Goshutes during 2017-2018. She concluded her duties as queen at a pow wow Aug....

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Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Playing the Dream

On his 19th birthday, Jameson Bradfield of Lake Point stood on the football field at Stansbury High School with a trumpet in his hand. To him, this was heaven.  He wasn’t alone. The 155 other members, ages...

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Thursday, August 9th, 2018

Koi Love

A slow swish and a flash of color create a soothing rhythm that fills Craig Lingard’s backyard next to Stansbury Lake. Koi are the percussionists that create this cadence. “The best thing about koi is you sit...

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