Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Like many fresh-faced law enforcement officers, one of the newest members of the Tooele County Sheriff’s office is energetic, enthusiastic and keeps her eye on the ball.  Except the ball for K-9 Lilly isn’t metaphorical. It’s real, rubber and at the end of a rope so it’s ready for a game of tug.  Lilly, a […]

  • The Utah State Auditor had made it easier for taxpayers and parents to find out how public education dollars are spent. The Office of the State Auditor announced the release of a public education spending dashboard available through a link on the state auditor’s website which started Sept. 11.  The dashboard answer the question, “Where […]

  • The Tooele City Council approved a deal to swap land with Celtic Bank in Pine Canyon, with the easement and property intended for a future well.  In the agreement, the City would trade a 5.28-acre lot through the former Murray Flats subdivision in exchange for a 4.7-acre lot in the new The Ranch at Pine […]

  • Grantsville homeowners will need a permit from Grantsville City if they plan to have piles of dirt, sand or gravel on public streets or sidewalks near their houses. Failure to obtain a permit could result in a fine up to $340. Grantsville City Council amended Title 17, Section 8 of the Grantsville City Code concerning […]

  • The newest medical provider in Grantsville has only been on the job for three months, but he already feels right at home. Alex Childs arrived at the Grantsville Medical Clinic in June 2019. As a physician assistant, Childs is a trained medical professional with the ability to serve as a patient’s principal healthcare provider, diagnose […]

  • The Tooele County Planning Commission grappled with the fate of a less than one-third of an acre parcel of land in Stansbury Park that is zoned for residential use but sits in an area of commercial and recreational use. The Tooele County Planning Commission postponed to a future meeting a decision on a request to […]

  • A Stansbury Park man is scheduled to appear in 3rd District Court next Monday on charges related to an alleged sexual assault in July 2018.  Jack Earl Agnew, Jr., 56, is charged with two counts of first-degree felony object rape, one count of first-degree felony forcible sodomy, three counts of second-degree felony forcible sexual abuse […]

  • Tooele County residents are invited to Tooele Army Depot for Family Fire Prevention Night in October.  The free, public event is hosted by the Tooele Army Depot Fire Department and other local agencies on Oct. 3 from 5-8 p.m. There will be fun games, goodie bags, a bounce house and a life safety trailer. There […]

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