Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Stansbury High School Homecoming Royalty. Seth Squires, Mr. Stansbury; Alivia Walker, Miss Congeniality; Carter Womack, 2nd attendant; McKailey Lopez, 2nd attendant; Preston Nelson, 2nd attendant; Meeka Kruisman, 2nd attendant; Patrick Adair, 1st attendant; Averi Knudsen, 1st attendant; Dalin Nelson, king; Kylee Packham, queen.  

  • Grantsville High School 2022 homecoming royalty. Queen Allison Hurst, 1st attendant Rylee Dalton, 2nd attendant Vanessa Elexpuru, Miss Congeniality Elizabeth Jensen.  

  • The discussion of the school district’s dual language immersion program has led to the creation of a committee to look at the boundaries of one elementary school.  Following public comment and board discussion about the DLI program during the school board’s Sept. 13 meeting, Tooele County School District Superintendent Mark Ernst appointed two committees — […]

  • Stockton residents were given a scare when their town flooded on Sept. 21 shutting down state Route 36 and causing damage to six properties. Flood waters began flowing down the south side of the burn scar left behind from the recent Jacob City fire towards Ophir Canyon around 5 p.m., according to Bucky Whitehouse, Tooele […]

  • A developer’s request was granted by the Tooele City Council last week after he asked to annex a piece of property into city limits near the existing Carr Fork Subdivision.  The Tooele City Council voted to approve the annexation of 61 acres of property north of the Carr Fork subdivision east of Droubay Road during […]

  • The Tooele County Arts Guild will host their second annual “Ren Faire” this weekend at the Benson Grist Mill. The Faire will start Friday, Sept. 30 at 3 p.m. and go until 9 p.m. and then continue on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Benson Grist Mill located at 325 […]

  • The Tooele Valley Symphony Orchestra will perform this weekend at Ren Faire, hosted by the Tooele County Arts Guild. The concert will take place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 1 at the Benson Grist Mill, located at 325 UT-138 in Stansbury Park. The cost of admission is $3 for ages 13 and over. Children ages […]

  • The federal Environmental Protection Agency and Utah’s Department of Environmental Quality broke ground in Stockton on Thursday Sept. 22. Not for a new building, but in a field south of Silver Avenue where the agencies are removing approximately 73,000 tons of lead and arsenic contaminated soil. “The contaminated soil presents a risk to people, especially children, […]

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