Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • April brought only half the amount of precipitation it usually brings to Tooele Valley. Ned Bevan, Tooele weather observer for the National Weather Service, reports April precipitation measured 1.23 inches compared to a normal of 2.49 inches. Total precipitation for the weather year at the end of April was at 6.18 inches compared to normal […]

  • The Tooele County Council approved five grants from the County’s tourism fund totaling $40,834 during their meeting on Tuesday night. The five grants approved on Tuesday night were reviewed and recommended for approval by the County’s Tourism Tax Advisory Board. Included in the approved grants was $18,000 for the Friends of Clark Historic Farm with […]

  • Tooele County’s first county manager was sworn into office by chief deputy County Clerk Tenille Tingey on Friday. Andy Welch was appointed County Manager by the County Council after a nationwide job posting that yielded 72 applicants. Welch comes to Tooele County from Statesboro, Georgia where he served as assistant county manager for 20 years […]

  • The Utah Department of Health notified the Utah State Legislature that all the COVID-19 thresholds established in House Bill 294 were met on May 4. During the Legislature’s General Session earlier this year established criteria for eliminating COVID-19 public health orders based on case rates, ICU utilization, and prime doses of the vaccine allocated to […]

  • Tooele is a little more colorful following a service project by two community organizations. Members of the Ladies Community Club and the Tooele Civic League gathered on May 8 to plant flowers in pots at the Veterans Memorial Park and down Main Street in Tooele City.  Members of the two clubs gathered in jackets at […]

  • Members of several local churches gathered  at the Veterans Memorial Park on May 6 to celebrate the 70th National Day of Prayer. From noon to 1 p.m., those in attendance from churches in Tooele began their prayer service by singing three Christian songs. After singing, Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn addressed the group and told […]

  • Tooele City police officers were dispatched to 500 W. state Route-112 for a traffic collision with injuries on May 8 at 4 p.m., according to Jeremy Hansen, public information officer with the Tooele City Police Department. When officers arrived, they observed the vehicles and noted that they had collided head on. “A Volkswagen Passat being […]

  • With a new building almost finished, Harbor Freight will anchor the south end of the strip mall that also holds Macey’s at 1000 North and Main Street in Tooele City. Harbor Freight Tools, which bills itself as “ America’s go-to store for quality tools at the lowest prices,” expects to open their Tooele store this […]

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