Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Canceled due to COVID-19 in 2020, over 300 people packed Cottage Glen’s parking lot for the assisted living center’s annual community car show and craft fair on Thursday afternoon and evening. Cottage Glen, located south of the Tooele Maverick, east of Tooele City’s Main Street, is going on it’s 20th year in Tooele City. They […]

  • A car accident on Droubay Road on June 12 proved to be fatal. On Saturday at 11:15 p.m., a 2011 Toyota Yaris driven by a 29-year-old male was traveling south on Droubay Road near Arrow Street, according to a press release by the Tooele City Police Department. The Yaris struck the rear of a parked […]

  • A patriotic porch decorating contest will be part of Fourth of July events again this year in Tooele City. The city is encouraging residents to decorate their porches for the holiday and enter to win prizes. The contest consists of limited rules but those entering must be a resident of Tooele City, according to Terra […]

  • A new CDC study found that COVID-19 vaccines reduce the risk of infection by a “significant amount.” Getting a COVID-19 vaccine could reduce an individual’s risk of infection by 91%, for those fully vaccinated, according to a press release by the Center for Disease Control,. “This adds to the growing body of real-world evidence of […]

  • Exit 99, a local band, will play this Friday during the summer’s Fridays on Vine concert series. The band specializes in country music. Exit 99  consists of David Beacham who plays lead guitar and keyboard, among other instruments, Tom Slowik who plays bass guitar, sings, and plays the mandolin, Niki Schiffman who plays the fiddle, […]

  • Several trained and untrained horses found new homes after being displayed for potential owners at the 23rd Annual Northern Utah Wild Horse & Burro Festival Friday and Saturday at Deseret Peak Complex. “We had 100 precent adoption of 22 gentled horses with auction prices ranging from $375 to $4,700,” said Lisa Reid, public affairs specialist […]

  • Tooele City Mayor Winn officiated at the first raising of the American Flag at Lexington Greens in Tooele City on Flag Day, June 14.  Winn spoke to the small crowd of residents and others about the Act of the Second Continental Congress in 1777 in authorizing the Flag as the official Flag of the United […]

  • A new local theater company will launch their first in-person performance in a small outdoor amphitheater in Tooele City on Thursday night. Tooele Valley Theatre opens their presentation of  Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in their enchanted forest at the Tooele City Wigwam Park’s amphitheater. The natural lush green backdrop of the Wigwam amphitheater, along […]

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