Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Driving around there are plenty of signs that spring has arrived in Tooele Valley. One of them is pastures with new young animals and their mothers. But snow dusted mountains are a reminder that spring is still young and a mild winter may forbode a dry summer.   

  • The Tooele County School District will have a new assistant superintendent before school opens in the fall. Tooele County School District Superintendent Scott Rogers announced on Friday the selection of Mark Ernst as assistant superintendent of teaching and learning for the school district.  Ernst replaces Doelene Pitt who has announced plans to retire. Ernst begins […]

  • The Great Utah ShakeOut will take place this week.  Residents may sign up to participate in the drill, according to Tooele County Emergency Management.  At 10:15 a.m. on Thursday, over 680,000 of Utahns will “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” as they participate in the Great Utah ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill in the state of […]

  • With the COVID-19 vaccine being available to all residents 16 and older, some people wonder when enough people will be vaccinated for COVID-19 cases to be reduced and when the vaccine will be available for younger people. Utah’s epidemic curve for COVID-19 daily incidences has been in a plateau since approximately March 27, according to […]

  • Because of a high number of violations, the Tooele City Police will soon complete an elementary school crosswalk operation aimed at stopping drivers from violating crosswalk rules.  Tooele City police aren’t looking to hand out citations, only to warn, according to Jeremy Hansen, Tooele City Police Department public information officer. “We have been hearing from […]

  • Tooele Tech, formerly Tooele Applied Technical College, has a history steeped in growth. From humble beginnings in rented spaces, to a state-of-the-art campus, the school is accustomed to change. The number of students has been on the rise in recent years and there will be an uptick in the  number of programs in the years […]

  • Tooele County’s Republican Party has retained their leadership for two more years. County delegates of the Tooele County Republican Party met Thursday evening in the Tooele High School Auditorium in their organizing convention to elect the party’s leadership for the next two years. There were 70 of the party’s 120 delegates that participated in the […]

  • Over the past four years, Tooele County’s technical college saw steady growth in the amount of students seeking to further their careers. Since the opening of its main campus in 2013, Tooele Tech’s membership hours doubled, with a 77% increase in the three years since 2018. Paul Hacking, the school’s president, attributes part of the […]

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