Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Law enforcement agencies from around Tooele County joined forces with residents to share a message of crime prevention awareness for National Night Out at Dow James Park Tuesday evening.  First responders, from Wendover police to the Grantsville Volunteer Fire Department, were on hand to discuss personal safety, answer community questions and give out goodies like […]

  • The Tooele County Commission voted Tuesday night to open Serviceberry Road to all traffic, including motor vehicles, but Thursday morning 3rd District Court Judge Matthew Bates issued a temporary restraining order staying the County Commission’s decision until he holds a full hearing on the dispute. The TRO was requested by attorneys representing the landowners who […]

  • More than 100 people attended a packed Stansbury Service Agency meeting Wednesday evening over concerns about Stansbury Lake’s private status.  During the public comment portion of the meeting, which lasted more than two hours, residents described current problems with the lake and concerns that public status could exacerbate them. Complaints included excessive trash, unruly youth, […]

  • Some race cars could reach speeds of 500 mph during Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover next week, said Pat McDowell, president of Southern California Timing Association. “The salt is the best it’s been in years,” McDowell said. “I think five or six cars could go up to 500 mph out here.” […]

  • A fire that burned nearly 14,000 acres in the Cedar Mountain wilderness is now reported as out, according to UtahFireInfo.gov.  The fire, sparked by lightning on July 27, began as four separate starts and was left unattended for 36 hours due to its remote location, according to Tooele County Fire Warden Daniel Walton.  A team […]

  • The Tooele County Commission will take at least two weeks to think about adding around 1,500 acres to the Saddleback development in Lake Point. After a public hearing held at the County Commission’s Tuesday meeting, the commissioners voted unanimously to table a decision on a request to amend Saddleback’s development agreement to add nine parcels […]

  • Students don’t just leave their personal problems at the classroom door each day. One principal in Tooele County said he made arrangements for a student’s family to use a washer and dryer at the school after finding out the student’s family was homeless and living in one of Tooele County’s canyons. Concerned about the behavior […]

  • A Grantsville man is facing criminal charges, including two felony charges, after drugs were found in easily accessible areas in his home. Dustin Donald Bagley, 38, is charged with two counts of third-degree felony endangerment of a child or elder adult and misdemeanor counts of possession or use of a controlled substance and use or […]

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