Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Grantsville City and Tooele County law enforcement officers put a new meaning to public service Tuesday evening at Casa Del Rey in Grantsville for the annual Tip-a-Cop fundraiser. From 5  to 9 p.m., Grantsville Police Chief Jacob Enslen, accompanied by Grantsville City police sergeants Lydon Allred, Rhonda Fields, Maxwell Chavez and Tooele County Sheriff’s Deputy […]

  • The state has bumped up the start date for one road project in Tooele County. The Utah Department of Transportation has moved the start date for a third lane on westbound Interstate 80 from state Route 201 to exit 99 by nine months, according to Tooele County Commission Chairman Tom Tripp. “At a Wasatch Front […]

  • As the Tooele County Commission prepares to approve its 2020 budget, the resolution that establishes the salary for elected county officers and their deputies shows a 3.4% increase over their 2019 salary. The increase includes a 2.4% cost-of-living increase and a 1% merit increase that all county employees get based on their years of service […]

  • The Tooele City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to City Code amending the zoning of medical cannabis production and pharmacies during a meeting at City Hall Wednesday. The change was made by Tooele City Ordinance 2019-19, which proposed amendments to Tooele City Code Chapter 7-1-15 and 7-16 regarding the establishment of medical cannabis production and […]

  • The Tooele City Council voted unanimously in favor of a zoning map amendment request at a meeting following a public hearing Wednesday at City Hall. The request was made by Drew Hall, managing partner of Tooele Associates, LP, to reassign the zoning for 18.18 acres located at 1000 N. 600 West from NC, neighborhood commercial […]

  • The Tooele County Commission adopted modifications to the portion of the county’s general plan that deals with moderate-income housing during its meeting Tuesday night. “This a mandate by the state,” said County Commission chairman Tom Tripp. County planner Jeff Miller explained that the state Legislature adopted legislation earlier this year that requires certain counties, including […]

  • For residents and visitors looking to experience one of the most distinguishable symbols of Christmas, the J. Reuben Clark Historic Farm in Grantsville is set to host its live nativity again this year for two days. Located at 392 W. Clark St. in Grantsville, the festivities are set to begin on Saturday, Dec. 14 and […]

  • The busiest mailing and delivery weeks of the year are here and Utah post offices say they are prepared for the avalanche of holiday cards and packages. “We prepare all year for the holidays,” said U.S. Postal Service Salt Lake District Manager Laura Hubrich. “It’s our season, and we’re ready to deliver for our customers.” […]

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