Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Santa Claus made a visit to the Tooele City Library Wednesday morning to visit with children and to read “The Night Before Christmas.” After story time with Santa, children sat on Santa’s lap to tell him what gifts they’d like for Christmas.  

  • Editor’s note: The Casey and Alicia Walter family of Tooele has been chosen to receive this year’s Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund. The couple is in need of community help due to financial hardship caused by the premature birth of their daughter, Zoey. Donations for the family will be accepted through Dec. 21. Ask little Zoey […]

  • Taxes for residents in the Stansbury Service Agency will go up next year after the service agency board approved a 23-percent tax increase during its Wednesday night meeting.  The board also approved a tentative budget of $1.7 million, which includes additional expenses and revenues connected to the community’s golf course. Board chairman Neil Smart said […]

  • The 58-year-old Ibapah School will be replaced with a new building. The Tooele County School Board authorized spending up to $3 million for a new school building for Ibapah during the school board’s meeting on Tuesday Night in the boardroom at the school district office. The school board authorized the school district’s administration to move […]

  • The Tooele County School Board has decided to support a property tax incentive for two solar energy projects planned for western Tooele County. After reviewing the financial payout for schools, the Tooele County school Board voted unanimously to support the community reinvestment area plans for Enyo Renewable Energy. Enyo has proposed two large scale solar […]

  • The Tooele County School District passed its 2017-18 independent audit with flying colors. Dave Brown, partner with Squire & Company, an Orem-based accounting firm, presented the findings of the independent audit of the school district’s financial records for the year ending June 30, 2018 during the school board’s meeting on Tuesday night at the school […]

  • Two of the petition sponsors behind a rezone referendum concerning high density housing in Stansbury Park charged with misdemeanors in 3rd District Court have entered a diversion program. Erin Giles, 33, of Stansbury Park, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor misconduct of electors and officers for a referendum. Rachel Torzillo, 27, of Tooele, was […]

  • Kids gather to see the Christ child at the live nativity on display at J. Reuben Clark Historic Farm on Saturday night.  

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