Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Grantsville’s Summer of Fun series included a chalk art contest on the sidewalks of the high school on Friday and Saturday followed by a chalk throw in Grantsville City Park on Saturday evening.  

  • The Tooele County Council adopted mid-year salary adjustments for non-council county elected officials during their June 21 meeting. Collectively the salary increases for the eight elected officials will add $57,032 in salary expenses to the annual pay for elected officials. The salary amounts in the resolution are for an annual salary. The actual increase in […]

  • Polls closed for the Republican Party primary election at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Preliminary results can be seen on the Tooele Transcript Facebook page. For this primary the only contested were for Republicans in Utah House District 29 to choose a general election candidate between Bridger Bolinder and Mark Huntsman. Statewide, Republicans will also select […]

  • “Proud to be an American, proud to be Granstville,” is the theme for Grantsville’s July Fourth celebrations that start Wednesday night and run through the dark hours of Monday, July 4. A pickleball tournament at the Grantsville High School tennis courts gets the ball rolling tonight. Then a 4-on-4 volleyball tournament at Cherry Street Park […]

  • The Tooele City Council kind of approved their 2022-2023 fiscal year budget during their June 15 meeting.  But because the budget includes a proposed property tax increase over the certified rate, the Council will need to hold a Truth in Taxation hearing in August before they can make the final budget and tax rate adoption. […]

  • Three out of the four Tooele County School members present for their 2022-2023 budget hearing on June 21 voted to adopt a budget with a property tax increase. But they weren’t certain how much of an increase, if any, they will finally adopt. The school board’s decision sends them into the state’s Truth in Taxation […]

  • Tooele’s Independence Day celebration is packed full of fun events. “Sounds of Freedom” stands as 2022’s festivities theme. To kick off the celebration, there will be a flag retirement ceremony on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at England Acres Park, located at 880 N. 400 East. Those with a flag needing to be retired can […]

  • Grantsville City will honor two of their long-time citizens as grand marshals for their July Fourth parade. Bobbie Hutchins, 86 and Tom Stam, 89, were selected to be the grand marshals of Grantsville’s 2022 July Fourth parade. “They both have done a lot for our community over the years,” said Grantsville Mayor Neil Critchlow. “They […]

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