Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • 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 […]

  • If enough signatures are gathered on petitions for the referendum  to repeal the rezone for the Tooele Valley Temple subdivision planned community, the earliest voters may see the referendum on a ballot may be June 2021. Previously, Tooele County Clerk Marilyn Gillette said that the referendum sponsors would have enough time to gather signatures for […]

  • With a total of 27 hospitalized cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, there are currently no Tooele County residents hospitalized with COVID-19, according to the Tooele County Health Department. The running total confirmed COVID-19 cases for Tooele County is 547, as of Aug.3, up 23 from the July 30 total of 524. […]

  • Diane Christensen is living her dream in east Erda. With a 5-acre plot of ground with chickens, ducks, and horses along with dogs and cats, Christensen said her dream has always been to live in a rural area and raise animals, till the earth and ride horses. Christensen moved to Tooele from out of state […]

  • Approximately 341 pounds of marijuana was recently recovered from a semi-truck at the Utah Port of Entry near Wendover on July 29. A federal grand jury is charging two individuals with possession of the marijuana with intent to distribute in a drug pipeline case, according to a press release from the Utah U.S Attorney’s Office.  […]

  • A movie called “Grandpa’s Crazy?” is currently being filmed in Tooele County. The movie, which is only being filmed in Tooele County, and will depict the word “Tooele” many times, is about an old, lonely grandpa who tries to find time to spend with his kids and grandchildren, according to the producer of the movie, […]

  •   A federal program to provide food assistance to income eligible families with school-age children is now available in Utah. The Department of Workforce Services is now accepting applications for the  Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer program. The program provides a one-time payment of $308 for children in kindergarten through 12th grade who were eligible to receive […]

  • A collaboration between Tooele County, the state Division of Juvenile Justice service, and the Tooele School District will soon bring a new service for youth and families to Tooele City’s Main Street. The state Division of Juvenile Justice Services held an open house at the Tooele County Youth Services Center at 31 S. Main Street […]

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