Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Click on the above image to see the parade routes for Tooele City and Grantsville’s 4th of July parade routes. Please note that the Tooele City parade will follow the east side of the new concrete median on the Main Street portion of its route.

  • After three years at the helm of Tooele Army Depot, Col. Roger L. McCreery gave an emotional farewell to his workforce during a change of command ceremony Tuesday morning. McCreery will be deployed to Army Central Command in Kuwait as the assistant chief of staff of logistics for one year. His successor, Col. James L. […]

  • Tooele County Republicans stood with the rest of Utah’s GOP voters and supported incumbents during their party’s primary on Tuesday. Local Democrats also followed their party’s statewide primary trend. They contributed to Misty Snow’s selection as the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate. Statewide, Gov. Gary Herbert picked up 72 percent of the vote in the […]

  • On Election Day candidates’ strategy usually turns to getting their supporters to go to the polls and vote — hopefully for them. Gov. Gary Herbert was no exception Tuesday. And during his day of last-minute campaign stumping, he stopped in Tooele for lunch. “I heard you had a really good Mexican restaurant here and I […]

  • The nesting season of a population of Greater Sage-grouse near Vernon appears to be delayed compared to other study areas in Utah. That’s what graduate student Melissa Chelak reported in a recent update on the population’s status. Chelak is studying the sage-grouse living in the Sheeprock Mountains as part of her PhD program at Utah […]

  • Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company has set a new watering restriction starting Friday. The new restriction prohibits all shareholders from watering between 8 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Monday, said Gary Bevan, irrigation company president. That restriction will apply every weekend from July 1 on, he said. “With this hot weather, the usage is so high […]

  • A member of the Utah State Board of Education held a town hall meeting in Tooele County on Tuesday. Linda Hansen, who represents the state board of education district that includes Tooele County, answered questions about education during the one-hour meeting at Tooele County School District’s Community Learning Center. The meeting, which was promoted on […]

  • A Grantsville man pleaded guilty to felony charges after he assaulted officers attempting to arrest him earlier this month and could spend up to 10 years in prison. Brock Richard Johnson, 37, pleaded guilty to an amended count of third-degree felony disarming a police officer and third-degree felony assault by a prisoner. A charge of […]

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