Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A Tooele family whose 2-year-old daughter contracted E. coli this summer wants to educate the community about how dangerous the infection can be. “We ate at a restaurant and within 24 hours, you could tell she was really sick,” said Edward Jones about his daughter Olivia. The day after the family ate at the restaurant, […]

  • The Tooele City Library received an Exemplary Library Award for their service to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic during the Nov. 17 City Council meeting. Earlier this year, the Utah Library Division collected information about how libraries throughout the state adapted their technology, collections, services, programming, outreach, and safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

  • The Tooele County Council continued their discussion on the future of the South Rim Special Service District Board during the Council’s work session meeting on Tuesday night.  The County Council  doesn’t want to do away with the service district, but the service district wants the County to officially change their board to an appointed board […]

  • The Tooele City has a new emergency manager and the City Council will soon approve an emergency plan for city operations. The Tooele City Council approved the appointment of Scott Vanhatten as the City’s emergency management director during their  meeting Wednesday night. Vonhatten, a current parks and recreation supervisor, worked for the federal government as […]

  • Friends of the Clark Historic Farm will treat the community to their live nativity scene this year, featuring classic Christmas story animals and furry friends.  The live nativity will take place for the ninth year at the farm on Dec. 11 and 13 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  The live nativity will feature Mary, […]

  • Jon and Tracy Gossett chose Balck Friday to debut their Native American Jewelry and artifacts store in Tooele City’s historic downtown. Fallen Sky Stone opened up at 15. N. Main Street on the day after Thanksgiving. “We had a tremendous response,” said Jon Gossett. So much so that Gossett said he was getting worried about […]

  • The Little Mountain Christmas Tree has been hovering above Tooele City for 42 holiday seasons. The tradition started in 1979 when Maxine Grimm and Paul Bevan strung lights on a flagpole on a neighbor’s property on top of the mountain. Volunteers from Tooele County Search and Rescue have maintained the Christmas tradition for years. This […]

  • Aroundt 90 people turned out in a combination of in-person and on-line formats to watch the first meeting of the Erda City Council — or the Erda City Council-elect, as the city is not yet officially incorporated. The first Erda City Council met on the evening before Thanksgiving in the Tooele County Council meeting chamber […]

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