Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Utah State University – Tooele Regional Campus kicked off the graduation season in Tooele County by awarding nearly 140 degrees during its graduation ceremony Saturday afternoon. About 80 of the graduates attended the ceremony held in the Stansbury High School auditorium, according to Jenn Vancott, executive director of USU-Tooele Campus. During the graduation ceremony, […]

  • Beverly Jean Larson White received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Utah State University during the USU-Tooele Regional Campus’ commencement ceremony on Saturday. “Ordinarily, honorary degrees are presented at the graduation ceremony on our main campus in Logan,” said Noelle Cockett, USU president during the ceremony at Stansbury High School’s auditorium. “But in […]

  • The Utah County Sheriff’s Office report on the officer-involved fatal shooting at the Clean Harbors incinerator in February is in the hands of Tooele County Attorney Scott Broadhead. The report was turned over last week during a meeting with Utah Highway Patrol, Tooele County Sheriff’s Office and Tooele County Attorney’s Office, according to Utah County […]

  • After several months of discussion, the Tooele County Council of Governments decided not to move ahead with a dispatch special service district during its meeting Thursday night. The April meeting was the date when COG representatives were expected to return with a decision from their respective governments on moving ahead on a special service district […]

  • Goshutes who live on the Ibapah reservation will be busy the next few days planting new trees for beautification and wind breaks. “We received 75 trees and they will go to families living on the upper reservation,” said Melissa Opphenhiem of the Goshute Housing Authority. “We have 27 homes up there,” The Goshutes also got […]

  • When his tenure began, Stockton Police Chief Travis Romney had one goal — to improve communication between the police department and the community. Just over a year later, Romney said he has been successful in achieving his goal and building a strong relationship with the community and law enforcement partners. “It’s been amazing,” he said. […]

  • She may not be a duck hunter, but Grantsville’s Sabrina Allen excels at painting the birds. Judges for the Utah Junior Stamp Program liked the artwork submitted by Allen back in 2015 and 2016. She won first place for her age category both years. This year, the judges were even more impressed by Allen’s artwork […]

  • Peggy Bradfield is the new community news editor for the Tooele Transcript Bulletin. She replaced Darren Vaughan, who became the Transcript Bulletin’s sports editor last month. Born and raised in Delta, Utah, Bradfield graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Brigham Young University in 1996 and an Associate of Arts degree from Snow […]

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