Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele Technical College held “Tooele Tech Days” on Saturday as a fundraiser for their scholarship fund. The days’ events included a 5K run/walk, a car show with contests, and a smoked meat contest. Ron Baum played DJ and entertained the crowd with music. An open house and tours of Tooele Tech were available. The winners […]

  • The Tooele County Council is gearing up to write their first county budget. Tooele County Department heads and elected officials presented their 2022 budget requests to the County Council during a work session meeting held Monday, Sept. 13, at 4 p.m. in the County Council meeting room. County Auditor Alison McCoy started off the meeting […]

  • A new plaque on the monument in remembrance of the first chapel ever to be built in Tooele City will be dedicated this Saturday. The plaque, which was located on a monument in Tooele City’s Veteran’s Memorial Park was stolen a few years ago. “We don’t know when exactly the plaque was stolen, but we […]

  • Thursday’s Test-to-Stay event at Tooele High School found 29 students that tested positive for COVID-19 out of the 1,404 students tested. Those students, along with any that did not participate in the Test to Stay event, will now isolate at home for 10 before returning to school to be compliant with the requirements of state […]

  • Kickin’ Cancer’s Can, an annual fundraiser for local cancer patients, will be held this Saturday at Parker’s Park in Overlake.  This year marks the 10th consecutive year since the event first began in 2010, excluding one year off for the pandemic. “Over a decade ago, a group of neighbors in Tooele came together to plan […]

  • The consulting firm that came up with Tooele County’s tourism campaign and brand — “Tooele Valley … so much, so close,” is suing the County. Attorneys for State Street Partners, LLC filed a complaint against Tooele County with the 3rd District Court in Tooele on July 16, 2021. The complaint claims that Tooele County breached […]

  • A new church opened in a Stansbury Park strip mall in 2019, in 2021 they branched out to a second location in Grantsville. Jeff Hubich and his wife Heather opened the second campus of Lakeview Church in Grantsville in March this year.  Hubrich said his mission is to serve the community. In 2019, Lakeview Church […]

  • Tooele City residents Eddie and Shellie Plute will open their haunted Halloween themed yard, including their popular pirate ship and new attractions, to the public this weekend. Just over 10 years ago, the Plutes decided to decorate their yard with extravagant decorations for Halloween and it turned into an annual tradition. Each year, thousands of […]

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