Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Life’s Worth Living Foundation’s board of directors and coalition members will walk from Tooele City to Wendover this weekend. The second annual Walk to Wendover will start at Tooele City Hall on Friday at 6 a.m. and conclude when the walkers arrive in Wendover, which is expected to be sometime Saturday afternoon, according to […]

  • The seventh fastest growing county in the nation is gearing up for even more growth. The Tooele County Planning Commission discussed and took public comment on a proposed addition to the county’s land use ordinances that would create a new zone and approval process for large-scale developments — or planned communities — in unincorporated Tooele […]

  • The developers behind a proposed apartment complex along state Route 112 discussed an additional zoning change to their property during Grantsville City Council’s Wednesday night meeting.  A zoning change from commercial to high-density residential on 5 acres of SR112 Development’s 12.5-acre parcel was approved by the city council last October, but has been put on […]

  • Tooele City Hall is seeking a 2-percent cost-of-living-adjustment for the City’s general workforce in the upcoming 2018-19 fiscal year, according to a city official.  “This percentage is slightly lower than the Consumer Price Index cost-of-living data and is consistent with the COLA approved by the federal government for social security pay adjustments,” said Kami Perkins, […]

  • The Tooele Transcript Bulletin won 22 awards for journalism, advertising and design excellence in the Utah Press Association’s 2017 Better Newspaper Contest. Of those awards, six were for first place, eight for second place, and eight for third place. The awards were presented Saturday night during a banquet at Jordan Commons in Sandy. The Transcript […]

  • Two new barbers have joined forces to open a new barber shop in Tooele City. Fresh out of The Barber School in Midvale, Utah, Kevin Clement and Dillon Kern opened the Black Cat Barber Company in the strip mall north of the Les Schwab Tire Center on Tooele City’s Main Street. “Tooele is growing fast. […]

  • Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on the Clark Historic Farm on April 28 and May 5 for the opportunity to see baby animals — including a zebra and camel.  Barnyard Babies, previously called Baby Animal Days, will also feature maypole dances, pony rides, food trucks and more. The anticipated star of the show […]

  • Utah historian, singer-songwriter and musician Clive Romney will entertain and enlighten the audience with stories of Tooele County pioneers Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Coulter House Event Center in Stansbury Park. The event is sponsored by the Stanbury Art and Literary Society. “My stories are interlaced with songs, so I will tell some stories […]

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