Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele High School appears to be the first high school in the state to reach the number of students with COVID-19 positive cases to be required to implement Test to Stay under a law passed by the state Legislature in March 2021. With 40 students testing positive for COVID-19 at Tooele High School as of […]

  • Workers on the Midvalley Highway are starting to lay down pavement for the new road into Tooele County. The Utah Department of Transportation reported on Monday that crews have started paving the Midvalley Highway from state Route 138 to the Interstate 80 interchange. The plan is to complete paving by the end of September, weather […]

  • While drought is still affecting most of Utah and Tooele County, as the meteorological end of summer approaches things are getting a little better. About 88% of the state is still in “extreme” or “exceptional” drought, as categorized by the U.S. Drought Monitor.  However, part of Utah— including  most of Tooele County, except the southwest tip […]

  • Tooele City officials are looking for volunteers and sponsors for the second annual Haunted Historic Park walk-through which will take place in October. The event will be held at the Tooele Valley Museum at 35 N. Broadway Street from Oct 20-23. Families will be able to reserve a time slot and walk through the park […]

  • A Stockton woman has been charged with animal cruelty, along with other animal violations after she neglected a dog for over four days, according to a Stockton Police Department press release.  A report came into the Stockton Police Department on Sept 8. about a Great White Pyrenees that was running loose in the Rawhide subdivision, […]

  • Several local groups will hold a National Recovery Day event at the Tooele City Park on Sept 25. The day will be hosted mainly by Young People in Recovery Tooele Chapter, a nation-wide group aimed to help youth and young adults with substance abuse problems. “Young People in Recovery Tooele Chapter is honored to observe […]

  • The Tooele Valley Health Alliance will host their first Elevate Your Health festival on Sept 25. at the Stansbury Park Clubhouse. In March, four businesses, including North Rim Insurance, Melanie’s Health and Nutrition, Life Changing Dinners — a business that provides ready-made meals locally, and 5 Colors of Health came together to create the Tooele […]

  • Law enforcement agencies across the Wasatch Front are raising their pay in an effort to recruit and retain officers as they battle a personnel shortage. The Tooele City Council adopted a new salary schedule for police officers during their meeting on Wednesday evening. The council previously discussed law enforcement pay during their Sept. 1 meeting. […]

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