Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • On March 29, 1973 the last U.S. combat troops left Vietnam.  Today, March 29 is recognized as National Vietnam War Veterans Day.  The day honors all veterans who served during the Vietnam era and their families. That includes about 9 million Americans, 2.7 million of whom served in Vietnam — over 58,000 whose names are […]

  • The Tooele City Library has reopened following an assault between teens on March 2, but there are some new rules. The library reopened on Monday, March 27. Since reopening, the library has put up cameras and will be enforcing strict guidelines related to minors. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Along […]

  • The Bureau of Land Management, American Wild Horse Campaign, Onaqui Catalogue, the National Mustang Association and Red Birds Trust are offering a $22,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the killing of two wild horse stallions shot on the Onaqui Mountain Herd Management Area, located 60 miles southwest […]

  • A man was arrested after a burglary occurred at Rocky Mountain Power in Tooele City during the early hours of March 26. Eric Miller, 39, was arrested and booked into the Tooele County Jail without bail and is facing a charge of one count of burglary, a third-degree felony after the burglary at the facility […]

  • see update at bottom of story The astronomical start of spring is on the vernal equinox, which was March 20 for 2023. That’s the day the sun crossed the celestial equator or the day when the north and south hemisphere received the same amount of sunlight, because neither half of the earth was tilted more […]

  • Tooele City will remember those who served in the Armed Forces during Vietnam Veterans Day on Wednesday, March 29. During their business meeting on March 15, the Tooele City Council proclaimed March 29 to be National Vietnam War Veteran’s Day in the city in order to remind residents to thank a veteran and remember their […]

  • Youth and young adults in Tooele County have an opportunity to express their creativity in an upcoming contest painting murals on sections of the Stansbury underpass. Submissions are being accepted beginning now until Apr. 10 to decorate a six foot by six square section of the underpass that runs under state-Route 138 and connects to […]

  • North Tooele Fire District officials are eagerly waiting to hear if they will receive over $380,000 to help mitigate wildfire risk locally. The money, which will be $381,250, comes from a federal government-funded program that will give away nearly $2 million in grant money. Although the grant is not fully funded and the North Tooele […]

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