Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Ninety-eight students at Tooele Technical College received graduation certificates on May 10 during a commencement ceremony at the school that honored the graduates and their families.  The candidates had completed courses in either allied health; business, information or manufacturing technologies; and service or transportation industries.  Guest speakers included: Paul Hacking, TTC president; Alexandra Palmer, Tooele […]

  • Stansbury Park will be getting apartments on Country Club Drive, while the fate of another proposed high-density development in the Stansbury area is on hold. The Tooele County Commission approved Tuesday a request to rezone a 5.38-acre parcel south of the University of Utah Stansbury Health Center on the southwest corner of Clubhouse and Country […]

  • The suspect in a non-fatal shooting in Middle Canyon was arrested by Tooele County Sheriff’s deputies in South Salt Lake Tuesday afternoon.  Deputies were originally dispatched to a residence on Middle Canyon Road at 12:56 a.m. Tuesday on reports of a shooting, according to a probable cause statement. The victim said he had run to […]

  • The Tooele City Council seeks to prioritize proposed capital improvement projects for city parks as it moves forward in finalizing its budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year that starts on July 1. “We’re potentially giving Brian [Brian Roth, parks and recreation director] $3 million for parks stuff,” said Council Chairman Steve Pruden at Wednesday’s work […]

  • Angie Allen isn’t a full-time teacher, but she spends every school day teaching at Grantsville Elementary School. Allen has been a guest teacher for the Tooele County School District for five years. She has been selected by the school district as the 2018 Guest Teacher of the Year. “I’m impressed by her love for the […]

  • The Grantsville City Council reviewed the city’s $5.7 million tentative budget during its work session Wednesday evening.  Grantsville City finance director Sherrie Broadbent walked the council through the various department budgets during the 90-minute meeting, which preceded the business meeting at 7 p.m. Among the discussion points was the $212,500 increase in the police department […]

  • The Grantsville City Council approved an amended final plat for the first phase of a development but tabled a conditional use permit over concerns about road width.  The city council voted to approve an amended final plat at the Mustang Ridge subdivision, located south of Main Street near the intersection with Hunter Way. Seven of […]

  • Classified employees in the Tooele County School District will be getting a raise. The school district and the Tooele Education Support Professionals Association have reached a tentative agreement on 2018 negotiations. Each classified employee in the school district will receive a $2.04 per hour pay increase beginning in the 2018-19 school year. For a 40-hour […]

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