Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Utah State University’s Tooele Regional Campus celebrated the graduation of 114 students in a commencement ceremony held Saturday in the Stansbury High School auditorium. “We are here to recognize your readiness to progress in life’s journey,” said Jennifer Van Cott, associate vice president of USU Tooele, as she welcomed graduates and their friends and families […]

  • Certificate of competency earners from Tooele Technical College were the first students to graduate during the spring graduation season in Tooele County. Tooele Tech recognized 92 students with certificates of competency in a graduation ceremony held April 18 at Grantsville High School. Amber Blas, a graduate in cosmetology, said she fought a battle with addiction […]

  • As Tooele City winds up for the 2019-20 budget process, the City Council reviewed projected increases to labor costs in the coming fiscal year. Tooele City human resources director Kami Perkins presented on the topic of rising labor costs, with a possible $835,000 increase in the coming year, including salary and benefits, during last Wednesday’s […]

  • Jon Gossett and the Life’s Worth Living Foundation will walk to Wendover on Friday and Saturday, for the third time in three years. The third annual Life’s Worth Living Walk to Wendover will be held April 26 – 28. Through pledges and sponsors, the Life’s Worth Living Foundation hopes to raise $50,000 for its suicide […]

  • The third week of April is designated as Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma Awareness Week, according to the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. American Burgers in Tooele City is supporting SBS/AHT week by contributing 10% of its proceeds on Thursday to pay medical and related bills for a former Tooele County family with a […]

  • With the possibility of flooding, wildfires and other emergencies on the horizon, Tooele County Emergency Management is looking for more residents to sign up for its alert app. TCEM’s mobile app, Tooele Alerts, is available through the website, and provides emergency alerts and advanced warning to resident’s phones. TCEM director Bucky Whitehouse said more […]

  • The most likely significant disaster to hit Tooele County would be a major earthquake. On Thursday morning, Mountain West Medical Center staff participated in the Great Utah ShakeOut to simulate what could happen if an earthquake hits and how they would need to respond.  During the scenario, hospital staff treated patients with simulated injuries from […]

  • The Tooele County School District wants to gather public input before it makes a decision about putting a bond for new schools in front of voters on the November 2019 ballot. The school district has hired the company Baker Tilly to conduct an independent community survey of 400 registered voters identified as likely voters within […]

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