Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Over 75 people filled the basement auditorium of the Tooele County Building Monday night as the county commissioners held their first in a series of open houses aimed at sharing their vision of “Tooele’s Tommorrow.” The commissioners announced Thursday that they would hold an open house on Monday night to ask for citizen feedback on […]

  • A fire started late Saturday afternoon along the hills above milepost 101 on Interstate 80 is at 70 percent containment as of Monday, according to the North Tooele Fire District.  The fire, which burned approximately 800 acres of steep, rugged terrain on the northern Oquirrh Mountains, caused closures of state Route 201 between I-80 and […]

  • The Stansbury High School students responsible for Friday’s vandalism at Tooele High School’s football field have cooperated with police and will face school consequences, according to Tooele County School District officials. Students and faculty arriving at Tooele High School on Friday morning found a large blue ‘S’ painted on the football field and the field’s […]

  • The Utah Waste Management and Radiation Control Board heard from proponents and opponents of disposing of depleted uranium from dismantled military munitions in Tooele County’s West Deseret during its Thursday meeting at the Department of Environmental Quality in Salt Lake City. If approved, EnergySolutions’ Clive Facility will receive 10,000 tons of depleted uranium metal over […]

  • When Excelsior Academy opened in August this year, students in grades 6, 7 and 8 were welcomed in a new building built for the expansion of Tooele County’s first charter school. Excelsior Academy celebrated the opening of its new junior high school on Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours. “This is the culmination […]

  • Possibilities abound for visitors at the 15th annual Taste of Our County Business & Career Showcase on Wednesday at Benson Gristmill in Stansbury Park. From 4-7 p.m., the area will be divided into three sections. One section will feature 14 restaurants offering food items for sampling, another will feature 14 businesses that want to hire […]

  • One month after Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company shut down its distribution system, Grantsville Irrigation Company will do the same thing.  Settlement Canyon shutdown its irrigation system on Aug. 31, Grantsville will shut down its distribution system on Oct. 1. “We usually run until the second or third week in October,” said Elise Mondragon, office manager […]

  • Firefighters quickly doused a fire Saturday morning next to state Route 36 near Settlement Canyon that was being pushed by high winds toward a structure and mountainside. Fire Chief Rick Harrison with the Tooele City Fire Department, said the fire’s origin was at 900 S. SR-36, Tooele. It was reported at 11:30 a.m. and firefighters […]

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