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Thursday, November 28th, 2013

Creating Art with Wood

Infused into the paint and wood that become her crafty creations, is the emotion that turns raw materials into beautiful artistic displays that can serve as bits of inspiration, joy, peace and delightful home decorations. “It’s wonderfully...

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Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

Turkey Tales

These days, entrepreneurship is usually associated with consumer technology—phones, computers and gadgets. Yet every year in Tooele, a group of students learns the ropes of running a business while building an enterprise around turkeys. The tradition is...

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Thursday, November 21st, 2013

MWMC’s Volunteers

Volunteering is a simple concept, but one that many citizens of Tooele County are taking to heart. As you take a step inside the doors of Mountain West Medical Center, you are sure to be greeted by...

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Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Patricia McArthur

Much is to be learned from Trish McArthur. The youngest resident at Rocky Mountain Care Center, a place whose most common residents boast white hair and wrinkles telling of a long life lived, McArthur, 30, has called...

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Thursday, November 14th, 2013

Angels in Ecuador

Growing up on a farm in Grantsville, Nika Titmus helped feed the “bummer” lambs, or lambs that didn’t have moms, during lambing season, bottle-feeding them every three hours. A decade later, she’s caring once again for the...

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Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

KDYL

TOOELE, any given day in 1968 — A young disc jockey sits in a small radio studio at the corner of Main and Vine, sorting through a stack of vinyl records. The station’s reel-to-reel automation block has...

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Thursday, November 7th, 2013

A Farewell to Diane

After 27 years writing columns and feature stories for the Transcript-Bulletin, Diane Sagers has decided it’s time to find the next challenge in her life. Current author of “Homefront” and “Garden Spot” columns, Diane has written in...

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

A Paint-Filled Life

Asking Glenna Empey what art means to her is like asking her how she feels about breathing or blinking or any other necessary function. “It’s part of my life, actually,” she said. Beyond a mere love for...

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Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Halloween in Tooele County

A skeleton rosined up his bow in Grantsville while a pirate wench served old-fashioned root beer in Stockton as part of community celebrations around Tooele County for the spookiest holiday of the year. Costume-clad musicians took to the...

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Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

Ardeth Houde

From a small-town Tooele girl to a big-city lawyer in New York, Ardeth Houde has spent the past 62 years blazing a trail for women and female lawyers, advocating for children, and voicing the importance of education...

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