Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A  pathway for aerospace industry careers has been launched in Tooele County. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development announced the expansion of the Utah Aerospace Pathways program to Tooele County in a celebration held at Tooele Technical College on Wednesday afternoon. “We are extending the aerospace pathway program to Tooele Technical College and Tooele County […]

  • Anyone who has been in the area of Garden Street and Tooele City Hall has noticed big things are happening at the site of the future home of the Tooele City Police Department.  A masonry wall has been constructed that will encompass more secure areas of the new police station, including the sally port and […]

  • The Tooele County School Board’s public hearing Tuesday night for its $190 million bond proposal drew one public comment. The lone comment came from Jill Jones, a teacher at Stansbury High School. Jones said she is also the mother of five students who will graduate from SHS.  “I am so supportive of this bond, I […]

  • Changes to the frontage width requirements to encourage development in the center of Tooele City received a positive recommendation from the planning commission during its meeting Wednesday night.  The proposed changes would reduce the required minimum lot frontage to 80 percent of the typical requirement for the zoning district in in-fill overlay Area A and […]

  • A Salt Lake City man is facing a trio of felony charges after he allegedly attempted to sexually abuse a child in Tooele County.  Joseph Valdez Thayne, 18, is charged with first-degree felony attempted sodomy on a child, second-degree felony sex abuse of a child and third-degree felony exploiting a prostitute.  The victim, who was […]

  • Friday’s Stanbury High vs. Tooele High game on Friday night will feature more than a football rivalry. Students at both schools are engaged in a friendly food drive rivalry. A grand total of food items collected by each school will be calculated and announced during halftime. The losing school’s principal will wear the rival school’s […]

  • The Tooele Mining Fest wants your help, and your stories.  The festival will be held this Saturday in the old railroad depot of the Tooele Valley Museum.  It is a reboot of an event held at the museum in the past called “Old Timers Day,” according to Stephanie Statz, Tooele Valley Museum and Historic Park […]

  • Amid concerns about a lack of openings in licensed in-home day cares, the Tooele City Planning Commission forwarded a positive recommendation for changes to city code to increase the number of children and providers permitted per day care.  The changes would allow in-home day cares to have one employee who doesn’t live in the home, […]

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