Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele County is set to add, yet another phase, to the extensive Midvalley Highway project that is now heading into its second year of construction.  Local officials in Tooele County recently agreed upon the next phase of development, which will expand upon the stretch of highway— from state Route 138 to state Route 112— which […]

  • Gov. Spencer Cox delivered his first State of the State address on Thursday evening to a joint meeting of the state House and Senate in the House chambers with an empty gallery. The traditional address was untraditional as the capitol building was under restrictions related to both COVID-19 and security concerns for protests in connection […]

  • The “booms” heard and felt in several Tooele County neighborhoods on Monday night were most likely the result of Hill Air Force Base training flights, not an earthquake, according to the Utah Division of Emergency Management. Several Tooele County residents reported hearing loud booms that shook windows and homes around 9:15 p.m. on Monday night. […]

  • The Tooele County Health Department reminds community members not to give alcohol to those under the age of 21. Alcohol should not be given to minors for a number of reasons, according to Tooele County Health department prevention specialists. “Multiple studies have indicated that parts of the brain aren’t fully developed until the early to […]

  • The Tooele County School District heard a plan to improve school safety and security with a $24.3 million price tag during their Jan. 19 meeting. The report reviewed by the school board on Jan. 19 was prepared by consultants hired by the school district in 2020. In March 2020 the school board advertised a request […]

  • Utah Department of Health officials explain the number of COVID-19 vaccines shipped to Utah and how they are being administered. The Center for Disease Control allots COVID-19 vaccines to Utah based on the state’s percentage of the nation’s adult population. The state then orders vaccine doses through the CDC each week, according to the UDOH. […]

  • The Tooele City Council approved changes to the city code regarding private roads during their meeting on Wednesday night. During the meeting, Jim Bolser, Tooele City community development director said that Tooele City code needed to be clarified regarding private street requirements for individuals applying to build roads or subdivisions that included private roads and […]

  • Tooele residents are invited to participate in a survey to let local government officials know their opinions on a variety of community issues including their own wellbeing, according to Utah State University Sociologist Courtney Flint, who oversees the Utah Wellbeing Survey Project.  A total of 252 Tooele residents completed the Utah Wellbeing Survey last year […]

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