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Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Hope Alliance in Peru

Iquitos, Peru is not your typical vacation spot. The isolated city at the headwaters of the Amazon River is only accessible by boat or by air. It’s hot, humid and bug infested. It is also a favorite...

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Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Asking what if? wins students awards

While all were distressed over the recent tsunami catastrophe, Kelsey Elsholz of Grantsville High School took her response a step further. She not only asked why it happened, but she and her partner Caitlin Stice designed a...

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Thursday, March 24th, 2005

Deaf concert is music to the eyes

Imagine a concert without music, a concert of meaningful and graceful movement of the fingers. Such a concert recently took place at Tooele High School. Students communicated a variety of popular songs and even a few poems...

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005

Officers, public defenders honored

It was an “unhappy coincidence” that Tooele City Police Department’s “Officer of the Year,” was unable to accept his award Thursday, said Ronald D. Kirby, Tooele police chief. But Sgt. Roger Niespork, Sr. is in Virginia en-route...

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Thursday, March 17th, 2005

New musical touches on powerful message

  It doesn’t necessarily take a miracle to change a person’s life. Sometimes a simple thing will help a person grow and change. Many times those experiences come in ways that are unexpected. For Tooele residents Mike...

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Tuesday, March 15th, 2005

A colorful place for two faiths

With its contemporary adobe-style architecture and vivid colors, the new St. Barnabas’ Center, located at 1784 N. Aaron Drive in Tooele, demands attention. The center, however, also deserves it, thanks to its unique dual occupancy and environmentally...

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Thursday, March 10th, 2005

Remnants of the past unearthed in Grantsville

Farrel Sandberg was a skinny 6-year-old kid the day he threw a penny or two into a honey bucket that was to be buried beneath the big cement pillar marking the site of the old Grantsville Fort....

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2005

Wild, wiley turkeys charm Tooele once again

Those who notice such things have seen more wild turkeys of late in Tooele’s canyons. The estimated 600-700 in the county is a big change from seven years ago when there where none. Paul Kaletta founded the...

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Thursday, March 3rd, 2005

Loved ones left behind know price of war

Whether you support the war in Iraq or not, all can appreciate the sacrifice that our soldiers go through in serving their country. What we sometimes forget is the sacrifice made by those they leave behind. The...

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Tuesday, March 1st, 2005

Buffs never doubted destiny

Tooele High School Head Basketball Coach Gary Alverson says he did it “for the kids.” And the THS 2004-05 basketball team say they did it for Coach Alverson. Regardless of “who did it for whom” — for...

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