Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Serving time for a crime typically means going to jail, but at the Tooele County Detention Center, some lighter-sentenced inmates may have the option to trade jail time for community service and labor. The Tooele County Sheriff’s Office and detention center recently implemented the Sheriff Inmate Labor Program. SILP is a regulated and incentive-based program […]

  • The Tooele County School District is preparing to consider alternatives to accommodate growth in the aftermath of a 58% vote against the proposed $190 million bond to build three new schools. The Tooele County School Board adopted a resolution accepting the results of the Nov. 5 bond election during its meeting Tuesday night at the […]

  • The Tooele County School Board looked at closing school boundaries to out-of-boundary students for the next school year during its meeting Tuesday night. But after a 45-minute discussion, the school board chose not to close the boundaries of Tooele and Stansbury High schools or Willow and Grantsville Elementary schools to students from outside each school’s […]

  • The Tooele City Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for an automobile dealership and a residential subdivision final plat at its meeting Wednesday night. The request for the conditional use permit was submitted by Suzanne Jameson of Buy Right Enterprise. It was presented to the commission by the City’s planning and zoning administrator Andrew […]

  • A positive recommendation on zoning for medical cannabis production and pharmacies was given by the Tooele City Planning Commission after a public hearing at City Hall Wednesday. The positive recommendation was made on Tooele City Ordinance 2019-19, an ordinance of the Tooele City Council with proposed amendments to Tooele City Codes Chapter 7-1-15 and 7-16 […]

  • “Tuck Everlasting” opens Friday night at Stansbury High School. The musical is based on the American children’s novel written by Natalie Babbitt and published in 1975. It explores the concept of immortality, which might not be as desirable as it appears. The novel has sold over 5 million copies and has been called a classic […]

  • Grantsville High School theater students are tackling a play, an improv performance, and a game all rolled into one production. GHS theater will open Greg Allen’s neo-futurist production “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 plays in 60 minues” tonight at 7 p.m. in the GHS auditorium. “Too Much Light” originally opened in […]

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