Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Rain is rare in July in Tooele Valley, but this year precipitation was nearly non-existent. July is the driest month of the year and Tooele normally receives .92 inches of precipitation. This year it received a meager .16 inches for the month, according to readings from Ned Bevan, weather observer for the National Weather Service. […]

  • A new high-tech community in Erda is on hold as Tooele County Commissioners wait to find answers before they approve the rezone request for the project. The Tooele County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to table a vote on a rezone request for the Skywalk development, west of the Erda airport. “We need more time […]

  • A Utah Highway Patrol officer performed CPR on a woman for 15 minutes near Delle. According to Nickolas Street, public information officer for UHP, a 41-year-old co-driver of a semi-truck began not feeling well near milepost 78, by Delle on Saturday. She told the driver to stop because she was having a hard time breathing. […]

  • An arson fire in Wendover, Utah  caused two structures to catch fire. A suspect is now in custody. Wednesday  morning at 3:15 am, Wendover volunteer firefighters responded to two structure fires at the Utah Department of Transportation employee compound located at 1819 Frontage Road. When firefighters arrived at the scene they noticed that the two […]

  • The controversial apartment complex under construction near Stansbury Park’s popular sledding hill has changed ownership and will now be townhomes. The Tooele County Planning Commission approved the concept plan for the 64-lot The Parks Townhomes Subdivision during their meeting on Wednesday night at the County Building. The Parks Townhomes are on 5.38 acres adjacent to […]

  •   Members of the Tooele City council, along with the mayor met Wednesday evening to discuss extending the state of local emergency in the city because of COVID-19. During the meeting, Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn presented the argument to extend the local emergency to Dec. 31 of this year. If the pandemic is over […]

  • The Bureau of Land Management Salt Lake Field Office is considering the designation of 17,927 acres of public lands in Fivemile Pass, located in Utah and Tooele Counties, as a special area with a fee-based, daily-use permit system that will allow for recreation developments and improvements to meet changing visitor needs.   “Fivemile Pass has […]

  • A district court judge has ruled in favor of a group of South Rim residents, declaring a 2018 agreement with Southside Gravel to be illegal as well as arbitrary and capricious. In a written ruling and order dated July 29, 3rd District Court Judge Diana Gibson wrote; “The Court concludes that, as a matter of […]

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