Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Tooele City Council approved a final budget for fiscal year 2019-20 during its meeting Wednesday night, which features a 6% increase over the certified tax rate.  The City’s $23 million general fund budget was adjusted during a special budget meeting last Wednesday, in which enough was trimmed to reduce the proposed increase to the […]

  • When Tooele High School’s football team takes on the Grantsville Cowboys for its first home game of the season on Friday night, the teams will play under new lights. The lights at THS stadium are in the process of being replaced. The work is scheduled to be completed before Friday night’s game, according to Steve […]

  • A new business center will spring up in Lake Point between state Route 36 and Interstate 80 on property formerly known as the Beehive Business Center. The Tooele County Planning Commission approved the preliminary and final plat for the first phase of the Lake Point Business Center during its meeting on Wednesday night. Phase I […]

  • A new housing option will be made available to Tooele City residents after the Tooele City Council approved an ordinance amending city code to allow for accessory dwelling units at its meeting Wednesday night.  The city code defines accessory dwelling units as “a subordinate dwelling with its own eating, sleeping, and sanitation facilities” that is […]

  • A computer device used to monitor Grantsville’s water and sewer systems in real time was damaged in a fire inside the city’s public works building on Aug. 11, according to Mayor Brent Marshall. The mayor reviewed details of the fire at Wednesday’s Grantsville City Council meeting. “The SCADA system provides readings on water levels in […]

  • Tooele County is updating its codes for record access and electronic record retention. The Tooele County Commission voted to hold off approving a pair of resolutions that would modify county codes relating to access to public records and the retention of electronic records during its meeting Tuesday night. Both resolutions were first introduced at the […]

  • A Tooele man who allegedly threatened a family with a metal bat and used racial slurs pleaded guilty to lesser charges in 3rd District Court on Tuesday.  Roland Elvis Hicks, 43, was charged with three counts of third-degree felony aggravated assault and a misdemeanor count of intoxication. At Tuesday’s court hearing, Hicks pleaded guilty to […]

  • A Tooele couple made their initial appearances in 3rd District Court on Tuesday after they were allegedly found in possession of a stolen camping trailer earlier this month.  Daniel Christop Frieze, 34, is charged with second-degree felony receive or transfer a stolen vehicle, second-degree felony altered vehicle ID number and third-degree felony false evidence of […]

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