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Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Tales from the Lunchroom

How do school food service workers run an operation as slick as a well-greased baking pan, while dealing with kids’ unpredictable tastes? They’ve all got to have a sense of humor, a love for children and the...

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Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Forever and Forever in Tooele

“We are here to stay until we die, forever and forever in Tooele.” These lyrics from Tooele High School’s school song can be heard ringing through the halls of the building during assemblies and sporting events, and...

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Thursday, February 16th, 2012

History Revealed

Twenty years may be a long time to remember any particular school day in one’s childhood, but to a handful of former Grantsville Middle School students, Dec. 6, 1991 seems like yesterday. That was the day Myra...

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Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

A Game of Love

When a couple meets on the Internet, it typically happens on a popular dating site, such as Match.com or eHarmony. For Jack and Whitney Sivill, it began in a different venue — a place called EverQuest. Never...

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Thursday, February 9th, 2012

The Science of Speed

Speed, agility and balance. Every athlete needs these skills to have a winning edge no matter their sport. Willie Jaramillo, 47, is the owner of Key Form, a four-year-old company that teaches young athletes these crucial skills...

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Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Studying the World

Julie Hartley-Moore, associate dean of the USU Tooele Regional Campus since June 2011, has traveled the country and beyond while pursuing a career in anthropology and higher education. Now, she’s made her home in Grantsville. The former...

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Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Adventures in Learning

It can be challenging enough to navigate the social mores and academic forays of high school. Learning a new culture and communicating in a foreign language makes the experience a challenge and adventure for foreign exchange students...

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Thursday, September 24th, 2009

A Step Back in Time

Don’t be surprised if you see people dressed up in mountain man clothing and Native American garb this weekend. It’s September and in Tooele County that means the return of the Festival of the Old West. The...

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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Queen of the Night

This world provides many occasions to celebrate and a party is often in order for a great event. But one Tooele County couple found an unusual reason to throw a great party last week. In the spirit...

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Tuesday, May 24th, 2005

Sensei reveals the truth of the Ninja

We’ve all seen the movies, so we know what the ninja are. Hired killers and assassins performing superhuman feats of jumping and climbing, punching their fists through walls, turning invisible and using a vast array of weapons...

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