Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The future of Tooele City’s Main Street is more clear as the state moves into the planning phase of its long-anticipated 2015 redesign project. A representative from the Utah Department of Transportation met with Tooele City officials last week to hash out some of the details of the estimated $25.5 million project. A UDOT team […]

  • It’s a month overdue, but a new Settlement Canyon pipeline is finally online and running water — just in time to funnel this winter’s snowpack into the reservoir. Gary Bevan, president of Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company, said contractors installing the pipeline had to complete some final adjustments to make the line fully operational, but water […]

  • Stansbury Park’s “front porch” is getting finishing touches on its redesign as part of a series of improvements to the community. Twin waterfalls, flanking the Stansbury Park monolith on the east entrance of Stansbury Parkway, are set to go on over Thanksgiving weekend, said Randall Jones, manager of the Stansbury Service Agency. “We’re excited to […]

  • The Tooele County School District is crafting a new wellness and nutrition policy to conform with federal guidelines adopted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The new local policy replaces a former policy on vending machines in schools. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act passed by Congress in 2010 with the support of first lady Michelle […]

  • Two alpacas were killed by a cougar in Pine Canyon on Friday but investigators do not feel the animal poses a threat to people at this time. The alpacas, in a corral on the eastern edge of Pine Canyon, were killed by a mountain lion between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., said Tom Becker, a […]

  • Lyn Wilson, who will take the helm at Valley Behavioral Health’s Tooele Clinic next week, is excited to come home. The Tooele native actually started her career in mental health and the treatment of substance abuse at the Tooele VBH clinic 25 years ago before VBH took the clinic’s reins from the state. The statewide […]

  • A Michigan man is hoping to reconnect with a group of Army buddies with whom he was stationed at Dugway Proving Ground in the 1950s. William Simpson was stationed at Dugway from May 1953 to January 1954 as part of the Charlie Company of the 2nd Chemical Weapons Battalion. During that time, he said, he […]

  • Mountain West Medical Center has again opened its doors to offer free insurance workshops for those who are trying to navigate the Affordable Care Act’s Insurance Marketplace or who would like to apply for Medicaid this year. Mountain West began offering free one-on-one clinics at the hospital last year to help guide residents through the […]

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