Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • 13-year-old Allie Madison Duval, a Grantsville resident,  was reported missing on Wednesday, Nov. 23, after she was dropped off at school and never returned home, according to the Grantsville Police Department.   Her family has asked the public to help in their search for her. Duval is described as a 5 foot 3 inch tall white […]

  • After a driver lost control and crashed on Interstate 80 early Wednesday morning, Nov. 23, two other vehicles crashed as a result.  The driver of a black passenger car was traveling eastbound on I-80 near mile marker 84 around 4:10 a.m. The driver lost control and hit the left cable barrier, then came back across […]

  • It may come as no surprise, the cost of a Thanksgiving meal is up. The American Farm Bureau Federation’s  annual Thanksgiving Dinner cost survey for 2022 shows the national average price of the traditional holiday meal will be up by 20% from 2021. The Farm Bureau’s 37th annual survey provides a snapshot of the average […]

  • Stansbury residents threatened to throw their Diet Coke into the lake last week during a public hearing related to a potential property tax increase proposed by the Stansbury Service Agency. Around 150 angry residents squeezed into the Service Agency’s meeting room during their meeting at the Stansbury Park Clubhouse on the evening of Nov. 16 […]

  • The 45th annual Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund is now accepting nominations and donations. Each nomination should include a description of the challenges faced by the individual or family, as well as an explanation as to how the benefit fund could help them this Christmas. Last year’s benefit fund helped the family of Michelle […]

  • Charges against the man arrested in connection with starting the Jacob City Fire in July 2022 have been dropped. At the request of the Tooele County attorney’s office, 3rd District Court Judge Teresa Welch dismissed the misdemeanor charges that were filed against Gary Carr related to the Jacob City fire. In the motion for dismissal, […]

  • Grantsville City will host their annual light parade on the evening of Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. After its inaugural year in 2012, the Christmas Light Parade was combined with Grantsville’s annual Santa Parade in 2013, in which Santa was ushered into town to meet with children.  

  • Tooele City will kick off the Christmas season with its first holiday-themed event where the mayor will light the Christmas tree in Veteran’s Memorial Park next week. The ceremony will take place Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m. The Tooele High School Show Choir will perform and Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn will light the tree. […]

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