Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Tooele County master gardeners held their Annual Garden Tour on June 14 and 15. The tour included a self-guided exploration a wide variety of landscapes that included 15 local gardens. Gardens at homes in South Rim, Lake Point, Stansbury Park, Grantsville, and Tooele City were featured in the 2019 tour. The selected gardens offered […]

  • A violent thunderstorm struck Tooele County on Thursday evening, cause temporary power outages and sparking small fires.  As the storm rolled across the county, 10 utility poles were struck by lightning, according to Rocky Mountain Power spokesperson Tiffany Erickson. There were eight utility poles that were downed as a result of the storm along state […]

  • Hand-crafted art, crafts and entertainment is on tap as the Tooele Arts Festival returns to Aquatic Center Park this weekend.  The festival, a Tooele County tradition since 1985, will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The free event, which opens daily at 10 a.m., will feature more than 60 visual artists, according to co-director Kaye Beeny.  […]

  • Bolinder Resources plans to operate a gravel pit on 563 acres in northwest Grantsville City, according to a conditional use permit application. The site is located at 1100 North, state Route 138, about 2-3 miles northwest of the Walmart Distribution Center. The site is zoned for mining, quarry, sand and gravel excavation industrial uses, according […]

  • A Moab man is facing charges in 3rd District Court after he allegedly broke into a Tooele City home, caused property damage and stole a case of Pepsi in May.  Brian K. Burgess, 56, is charged with second-degree felony burglary, third-degree felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor theft.  Tooele City police officers were dispatched on reports […]

  • Chartway Federal Credit Union announced on June 11 it had finished renovating its Tooele Main Street branch. “At Chartway, we’re in the process of modernizing all our branches — creating colorful, contemporary spaces that allow members to benefit from the professional guidance they need and the technology that supports their evolving needs,” said Brian Schools, […]

  • Grantsville City residents will have an opportunity to look at proposed land use maps for the City at a public open house Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Grantsville High School. “We’re putting out a call for people to come out and look at these maps and voice their concerns,” said City Councilwoman Jewel Allen. “We […]

  • Publication of an unidentified photograph led to a quick resolution of the mystery of the identity of four generations of a Tooele County pioneer family.  In the June 6 edition of the Tooele Transcript Bulletin, a photograph of three men, with one of them holding a baby on his lap, appeared in the community news […]

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