Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A Utah Highway Patrol officer pulled over a vehicle on Interstate 80 on Sunday, May 15 that turned out to be loaded with marijuana. While conducting a traffic stop on eastbound I-80 near mile marker 72 for expired registration on a trailer in tow by a vehicle, a UHP officer found over 100 pounds of […]

  • No Fear.

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    No Fear.

    Monster Truckz come to town What was billed as the “biggest, maddest and wildest event you will ever witness,” was held at Tooele County’s Deseret Peak Complex on Friday night, May 13 at 7 p.m.  The Monster Truckz Extreme Tour touched down in Tooele County at the Peak, destroying cars, flying over mind boggling jumps […]

  • The Community Resource Center is asking the community for donations as a severe shortage of food has left their shelves as bare as Old Mother Hubbard’s cupboard.  Christy Johnson, director of the Community Resource Center, took the Transcript Bulletin on a tour of the food bank last week.  Johnson opened several fridges and freezers which […]

  • Cheryl Adams, a former Miss Tooele County Pageant director, and other community members are upset that photos of past county royalty were taken down from the third floor at the Tooele County Building.  Adams began helping the directors of the pageant in the 1980s and later took over as director in the 1990s. Adams ran […]

  • Warm weather, low snowpack and Middle Canyon’s toll booth is open.  Middle Canyon officially opened last week giving recreationists access to the canyon for camping and day use. Salt Lake County has not opened Butterfield  Canyon as of May 17, so Middle Canyon is closed at the top of the canyon. Middle Canyon generally opens […]

  • Over 1,000 members of the community gathered on May 14 in downtown Tooele for the first Downtown Festival put on by the Tooele Downtown Alliance. The event was held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at both the Tooele County Building and Tooele City’s Veterans Memorial Park. At the County Building, there was a car […]

  • The annual bike hike for Grantsville elementary students will close parts of state Route 112 for a short time on Tuesday, May 24. The Grantsville City Police Department will provide traffic control during the Grantsville and Willow Elementary Bike Hike on May 24 and 25. The police will have officers, with emergency vehicles, blocking the […]

  • Four people in Stockton were charged with possession of methamphetamine and other drug-related charges, along with child endangerment and possession of a deadly weapon after Stockton Police and the Tooele County Major Crimes Task Force searched their homes.. Stockton Police, and the Task Force, which is composed of officers from all over the county, learned […]

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