THS announces second term honor roll 2015-2016

Tooele High School has named its honor roll for the recently completed second term. Students who recorded a grade-point average between 3.5 and 4.0 include: Ninth Grade — Alarcon, Madi; Albrecht, Jensen; Aldrete, Jessica; Anderson, Alex; Anderson, Nicole; Arthur, Aaron; Arthur, Andrew; Austin, Angelia; Barrett, Hannah; Belton, Brooklyn; Bergener, Sydney; Bird, Sydnee; Bodine, Aubrey; Bowden, Preston; Bowen, Katelyn; Bradfield, Cara; […]

Service project donates care buckets to resource center

Nancy Carter and Doris Kupfer took on a service project in January. They delivered 25 care buckets to the resource center at the food pantry in Tooele on Feb. 2, 2016. Each bucket contained a toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, toothbrush holder, soap, shampoo, hand sanitizer, washcloth, hat, mittens, scarf and other items. Please make more buckets to donate if you can […]

Customizing El Capitan’s OS X Finder preferences

When you take the time to customize your Mac’s preferences, they can save you time and make your Mac more convenient for you to use. This is the case when you set your Finder preferences. First, open the Finder window. Once it opens, at the top select File and then Preferences. A small box titled “Finder Preferences” appears. When the […]

Customizing your mouse options in Windows 10

Whenever I get on someone else’s computer, I often find they haven’t set up their mouse options. These settings allow you to change the speed of your mouse and you can have greater control of its behavior. Regardless of your Windows version, they all allow users to customize their mouse. In Windows 10, open your control panel by right-clicking the […]

Tarantula wasps fight tarantulas

The tarantula wasp, also known as the tarantula hawk, is a two-inch wasp that is known for pursuing tarantulas in order to capture and provide food for their larvae. They are durably strong and are recognized by their black or bluish bodies, with noticeably bright or rusty-orange wings. Having an aposematic effect on animals, their orange wing color warns posing […]

Is gluten a blessing or a curse?

I’m a lousy test study for marketing research. I tend to be a late adopter, so what other people have been doing for a while, I get into the game quite late. Heck, I literally did not visit a McDonald’s until I was 19 (yes, they had been in existence for some time before then). It was well into the […]

Watch for changes to the FAFSA

If you have a child in college, you’re probably familiar with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which must be completed to help ensure that students don’t miss out on federal and state grants, work-study jobs and loans. But you might not know that some important changes will be coming to the FAFSA during 2016 — and these […]


Bryant and Stacey Pankratz are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter Jessenia Ruth to Steven Craig Thrap, son of Craig and Jo Anne Thrap, on Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, in the Salt Lake City Temple. There will be a celebration held in their honor that evening from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Ivy House Weddings, 550 S. 600 East, Salt […]

Sister Sarah Nichole Rose

Sister Rose has recently returned from serving an honorable mission for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Cincinnati, Ohio mission. She is the daughter of Jay and Vivian Rose. We are excited to hear Sarah speak this Sunday, Feb. 14 at 9 a.m. in the Tooele Stake building, 253 S. 200 East (by the Tooele […]

Sports Wrap – February 11, 2016

Region 10 boys basketball scores Tuesday Union 51, Tooele 49 Wednesday Grantsville 67, Stansbury 53 Region 18 boys basketball scores Tuesday Dugway 69, Telos 59 Merit Academy 81, Intermountain Christian 69 Mount Vernon 49, West Ridge Academy 46 Tintic 74, Wendover 62 Notable boys basketball scores Desert Hills 61, Pine View 52 Dixie 63, Snow Canyon 50 Hurricane 62, Cedar […]