Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Fearing “irreparable harm,” Tooele County was successful at getting a court to block a concert and business rally planned for May 30 at a private venue in unincorporated Tooele County. With their event essentially cancelled by the judge, the sponsors of the event canceled the concert, but held a business rally at Tooele County’s Benson […]

  • In April 2020, the Department of Workforce Services warned that the March 2020 monthly unemployment rate did not include the effect of COVID-19 on the labor market. The April unemployment report, recently released by the DWS, does reflect the impact of COVID-19 on the job market. Tooele County’s unemployment level rose from 3.4% in March […]

  • Stansbury Park kids were able to splash, jump, and swim in the community’s pool yesterday, all while following COVID-19 health regulations. The Stansbury Park swimming pool opened Monday with social distancing and extra sanitation measures. According to pool manager Brady Genther, who is in charge of everything pool related, it was fairly easy for the […]

  • As of Monday evening, Tooele County has seen 129 cases of the virus, with seven hospitalizations total, according to a report by the Tooele County Health Department. There have been no deaths reported in the county at this time. Currently there are 53 active cases of the virus with 76 recovered cases, according to Amy […]

  • A wildfire started in Tabby Canyon on Stansbury Island Friday, followed by a second fire on private land on the northern end of the island Monday. The two fires burned into each other to char about 13,378 acres, according to information provided by the Bureau of Land Management. The Tabby Canyon Fire was human-caused due […]

  • Tooele County’s longtime podiatrist, active citizen, and church leader is retiring from practice, but don’t expect his feet to get a lot of rest. A socially distanted retirement reception for Kim Halladay,  M.D. was held in front of his office at Northpointe Medical Park building A on Saturday afternoon. Halladay has been practicing podiatry for […]

  • Grantsville City Council will hold a public hearing Wednesday at 7 p.m. on a proposed amendment to the City’s Annexation Policy Plan and Expansion Area Map. The public, however, will not be allowed to attend the meeting because of Covid-19 restrictions mandated by the State of Utah. Any comments regarding the plan and map should […]

  • Law enforcement officers from Tooele County traveled to Salt Lake City on Sunday evening to assist the Salt Lake City Police Department with a peaceful protest that turned violent. On Saturday, what started as a peaceful protest over the death of Gerorge Floyd in Minnesota turned violent as some individuals that participated in the protest […]

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