Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Blue Peak High School graduated 19 students in a ceremony held in the school’s gym on Monday night. With an enrollment of 100 students, Blue Peak High School is the school district’s alternative high school. It is located at the school district’s Community Learning Center in Tooele City. “OK, this is happening,” said graduating student […]

  • Motorists are urged to expect delays and use caution while traveling on state highways over Memorial Day weekend, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.  Crashes nearly double between Memorial Day and Labor Day, which UDOT has dubbed “Utah’s 100 Deadliest Days.” In 2017, 89 people died on Utah roadways during that span.  In a […]

  • Utah and the nation mourned the loss of  U.S. Army Special Forces Staff Sgt. Aaron Butler of Monticello, Utah, last year after he was killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 16, 2017. The 27-year-old Green Beret was killed when he entered a booby-trapped building while in eastern Afghanistan, according to the San Juan Record. Butler’s cousin, […]

  • It’s Cruzer Palooza weekend at Utah Motorsports Campus. UMC will hold its second annual Cruzer Palooza Car Show and Swap meet May 25-27, according to John Gardner, public relations manager for UMC. “Last year’s inaugural event was very well received, prompting track officials to proceed with the second annual show this weekend, offering even more […]

  • Future software developers can now get their training at Tooele Technology College. Tooele Tech launched a software development program in January, according to Bryan Scott, Tooele Tech’s software development instructor. The software development program was added to Tooele Tech’s offerings because of a high demand for trained software developers, according to a May 15 new […]

  • The Stansbury Service Agency board approved changes to the agency’s cemetery policy and two three-year leases on mowers during its meeting Wednesday evening.  Stansbury Park Service Agency manager Gary Jensen requested funds to lease two 72-inch mowers. Jensen said he had to take two mowers for repairs last Friday which cost more than $700; he […]

  • A Grantsville man is facing a felony burglary charge after he was allegedly discovered inside a home and attacked a man. Bobby Lee Waddell, 66, is charged with second-degree felony burglary and misdemeanor assault.  Grantsville City police were dispatched to a residence on Willow Street on May 12 around 12:21 p.m. on reports of an […]

  • A 71-year-old Layton man died after his four-wheeler rolled while riding in the Indian Springs area Tuesday afternoon, according to the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office.  Darrell Meibos and his wife were camping in Lookout Springs and riding ATVs on a rough section of road south of Simpson Springs around 2:15 p.m., according to Tooele County […]

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