Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Dressed in purple, white and silver graduation gowns, 351 Tooele High School seniors received their diplomas Thursday. The graduates also focused on the bond they share during the commencement ceremony held at the University of Utah’s Jon M. Huntsman Center. “We have developed a very special bond that will tie us together for the rest […]

  • Stansbury High School’s graduating class of 2015 left its mark. The 349 graduates combined to earn more than $3 million in scholarship money this past year, a product of four years of hard work that will set them up well for the next step in their lives, Stansbury High principal Gailynn Warr said. “Every day […]

  • The Blue Peak High School gymnasium reverberated with the sounds of a trumpet during Friday’s graduation ceremony for the Tooele County School District’s Adult Education Program. It was Bruce Butcher playing Irving Berlin’s “Blue Skies.” He belted out the tune on his trumpet for the evening’s 31 adult education graduates. The lyrics of the upbeat […]

  • Fallen soldiers and local veterans were honored Monday at Memorial Day events in Tooele and Grantsville cities. Grantsville’s was held at the city cemetery at 8 a.m. and Tooele’s was at the Veteran’s Memorial Park at 11 a.m. “Soak in the memories of where we need to be to remember them,” Grantsville Mayor Brent Marshall […]

  • Stansbury resident Ron Allen has announced that this is his last month as chairman of a state commission, ending a career in state and local politics that began as part of a grassroots movement to get Stansbury Park a fire department. Allen was appointed to the Public Service Commission — the public board that oversees […]

  • Hundreds of people came to Tate Mortuary on Memorial Day evening to pay tribute to friend, neighbor, relative, and boss — former Tooele County Commissioner Bruce Clegg. The crowd included current and past legislators, mayors and former mayors, Democrats and Republicans, Mormons and non-Mormons, people in suits and ties, people in jeans and cowboy boots, […]

  • The state’s Prison Relocation Commission’s public engagement tour will make a stop in Tooele County on Thursday night. The second of three prison relocation informational meetings is set for May 28 at Grantsville High School from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to educate people about the prison and the […]

  • A local head start teacher was one of seven Utahns honored last week for their dedication to community service. Marci Steed, lead teacher and family advocate at Tooele Head Start, was named a Community Champion by Molina Healthcare of Utah. She was joined by a half dozen other individuals the national healthcare company felt had […]

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