Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • For years the old Tooele Carnegie Library has looked in need of repair but this summer its exterior will appear just like it did when the structure was built in 1911, a restoration expert says. The building, at 47 E. Vine St., now serves as home of the Tooele Pioneer Museum and is operated by […]

  • Two-thirds of the schools in Tooele County would have received the rating of typical or better on their school report card if state issued report cards listed school’s ratings based on their overall performance score. The Utah State Board of Education released school accountability report cards on Jan. 3 using criteria established by the state […]

  • When the open house on Grantsville’s general plan kicked off Monday evening, there were already at least 100 residents lined up to provide input.  Attendees were given markers and maps of the city, where they could provide thoughts and mark problem — and opportunity — areas on the map. Each map addressed a different topic […]

  • Tooele High School may soon have a baseball field to call its own. Tooele City Hall has proposed to sell the Dow James Baseball Field to the Tooele County School District for $1.07 million. The proposed sale is the subject of a public hearing during Wednesday night’s City Council meeting. The meeting begins at 7 […]

  • With the Stansbury Service Agency taking back management of the Stansbury Golf Course on Dec. 1, the board approved $134,050 to purchase some of the equipment already used to operate the course during its Jan. 9 meeting.  The agreement with Jeff Green, the former leasee of the golf course, also includes the conveyance of assets […]

  • A Tooele man is facing several felony charges after he allegedly choked, grabbed and threw a female victim to the ground in several incidents of abuse.  Isaac William Pectol, 22, is charged with two counts of second-degree felony aggravated assault resulting in bodily injury, two counts of third-degree felony aggravated assault, third-degree felony tampering with […]

  • After a contentious meeting in August over the status of Stansbury Lake, the Stansbury Service Agency board sought a legal opinion on the lake’s status.  During the board meeting Wednesday night, trustee Mike Johnson presented a letter from Brent Rose of Clyde Snow Attorneys at Law, which spelled out the legal status of the lake: […]

  • Following the approval of a tax hike of approximately 23 percent in December, the Stansbury Service Agency board approved its general fund budget and capital facilities budget during its meeting Wednesday night.  The $1.7 million general fund budget includes additional revenue and expenses from the Stansbury Golf Course, which the service agency has owned but […]

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