Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Tooele High softball team won its record-tying 10th state championship on Saturday, defeating Spanish Fork 3-1 in the second game of the Class 4A championship round at the Spanish Fork Sports Park.  The Buffaloes finished the season with a 26-3 overall record, including a perfect 12-0 mark in Region 11. Tooele didn’t lose a […]

  • The first high school graduation of 2019 added nine graduates to the county. Tooele County School District’s Adult Education program held its graduation ceremony Friday in the Blue Peak High School Gym. Each of the nine graduates completed the Utah State Board of Education’s and Tooele County School District’s requirements for high school graduation. During […]

  • Parents, friends and other family members packed the Blue Peak High School gym on Monday night as the school graduated 28 students. Chairs on the floor and the bleachers were full as the graduates marched into the gym with a quick pace, one at a time, to the start the ceremony. Molly Downard, student speaker, […]

  • The Tooele County Sheriff’s Office took the time to honor some of its most exemplary members during an employee appreciation and award banquet last Thursday.  As in past years, the award banquet coincided with National Police Week and followed Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is May 15.  Tooele County Sheriff Paul Wimmer handed out a […]

  • Teachers in Tooele County School District will receive at least a $1,800 raise for the next school year, but it may not keep pace with increases offered in other school districts across the state. The Tooele County School Board approved the negotiated agreement between the school district and the Tooele Education Association for the 2019-2020 […]

  • A Lake Point man died early Tuesday morning as a result of a single-vehicle rollover accident on state Route 36, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.  A black GMC Sierra was traveling northbound on SR-36 when it drifted off the right shoulder of the roadway, according to a release from UHP. The driver, identified as […]

  • The Tooele City Council took an initial look at raising cemetery fees during its work meeting last Wednesday. The discussion-starting proposed increases presented by parks and recreation director Darwin Cook included a $200 increase for resident grave space to $700, a $100 increase for non-resident grave space to $1,000 and a $410 increase for disinterment […]

  • Some of the best shots in the state of Utah gathered at Dugway Proving Ground for the Tactical Top Shot 3-Gun Competition last Friday.  The annual event is hosted by Dugway’s Directorate of Emergency Services during National Police Week, with local, state and regional law enforcement officers, military personnel and civilian competitors taking aim. There […]

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