Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Col. Scott D. Gould took the reins of Dugway Proving Ground during a change of command ceremony Thursday morning, replacing Col. Brant D. Hoskins after he served his two-year stint as commander. The change-of-command ceremony was overseen by Maj. Gen. Joe K. Tyler, of U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground in […]

  • A wildland fire scorched 351 acres just north of South Rim after it was sparked yesterday afternoon.  The fire was first reported at about 4 p.m. on Wednesday and quickly expanded up the mountainside and away from homes in the area, according to Tooele County Emergency Management. The blaze had grown to about 100 acres […]

  • It’s back and bigger. Country Fan Fest will return June 25-28 to Deseret Peak Complex. This will be the fourth straight summer for the festival, which has become the largest outdoor music festival in Utah, according to festival director Bracken Hudson. “It looks like this will be our best year ever for attendance,” he said. […]

  • A Stockton Town Councilman has been deemed not qualified for the office after the town’s attorney determined he was not a registered voter when selected to fill a vacancy in a special election.  David Nutzman, who was appointed to fill a mid-term vacancy on the Town Council on Feb. 22, 2018, was found to not […]

  • School buses and students’ cars make the intersection of Bates Canyon Road and state Route 36 a busy place during the school year. Tooele County has had engineering designs drawn up to improve Bates Canyon Road as it passes Holiday Oil to the road’s intersection with Cambridge Way. A big part of those improvements revolve […]

  • The Tooele City Council approved an increase to most of its cemetery fees during its meeting Wednesday evening.  The proposed cost of resident grave spaces and upright resident grave space will increase $100 to $600 and $900, respectively. The same increase was approved for non-resident grave space and upright grave space, to $1,000 and $1,300.  […]

  • The Grantsville City Council approved a final plat Wednesday for the first phase of Sun Sage Meadows that would include 28 townhouses on a plot of land at the west end of Main Street.  The City Council also approved a development agreement for the entire project that includes a total of 76 units with 28 […]

  • The Grantsville Planning and Zoning Commission will take more comments from the public on the city’s new General Plan at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Grantsville City Hall. “We encourage people to come out because this is their last opportunity to stand up and be heard on what they want for the city for the next […]

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