Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson toured Tooele County’s Health Department’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Wednesday morning. Henderson’s visit was part of a tour of all of Utah’s local health departments to observe vaccine delivery and listen to local health officials’ needs and concerns as the vaccination effort in the state ramps up. After visiting Tooele County, […]

  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionaries Sisters Jones, Troutman, Cosman and Summers sit in front of the site of the Deseret Peak Utah Temple in Tooele City on Wednesday afternoon.  

  • Crime in the city

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    Crime in the city

    Jeremy Hansen, public information officer at the Tooele City Police Department talks about which types of crime are most common in the city, what to do if a member of the community sees a crime taking place, and how residents of the city can prevent crime.  Crime, according to Hansen, is defined as “an illegal […]

  • Grantsville City Council rejected approval of a resolution for a preliminary plat for the proposed Royal Subdivision located at 265 North Cooley Lane with a 3-2 vote at its meeting Wednesday.  Developer Adam Nash planned to create 38 building lots in the area of Cooley Lane which would include 32 7,000-square-foot lots and six one-acre […]

  • Local musicians are getting a boost from the Tooele City Arts Council. The Tooele City Arts Council has partnered with two local musicians to promote a free CD of Tooele County musicians. With several events that usually feature local musicians canceled due to COVID-19, Chance Boekweg and his friend, Chris Toohey, who owns 7th Street […]

  • Two fires in Tooele City within the last week caused extensive damage to homes. The first fire occurred on Saturday morning in Tooele City. Firefighters were dispatched to 200 South 950 West in Tooele City on Saturday at 6:15 a.m., according to Chris Shubert, Tooele City fire chief. When they arrived, they noticed the home […]

  • Goldcrest Homes’ development will put 87 new homes on a vacant 22.3 acre lot in southeast Tooele City. Goldcrest Homes held a groundbreaking ceremony for their England Ridge development at approximately 810 North 520 East in Tooele City on Wednesday afternoon. With a church to the north, a city park to the east and residential […]

  • Tooele City’s Seventh Street reaches to the south from 1000 North. It also stretches to the north from 400 North, but for years the two segments of the street have never connected. That will end  soon. Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn announced the connection of Seventh Street, east of England Acres Park, during the groundbreaking […]

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