Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele County Schools made a slight improvement in their combined grade point average on their second annual state school performance report card. The Utah State Office of Education released two different measures of school performance late Monday afternoon. One measure is a letter grade issued to comply with legislation passed in 2013. The second is […]

  • A citizens group opposed to the relocation of the Utah State Prison to Tooele County has scheduled their own town hall meeting with public officials for Friday. And they may have a new ally in their fight — the Tooele County School District. Katrina Hill, co-founder of the No Prison in Tooele County movement, sent […]

  • Maria and Rosa Escamilla look like a couple of typical sisters. “I paint my nails with her, she’ll do mine, I’ll do her hair,” said Maria, 13. This time last year, though, the two weren’t as close. But over the course of 2014, both have experienced serious medical problems that have galvanized their relationship. “I […]

  • Cough and cold etiquette and vaccination remain as important as ever if Tooele County residents want to prevent getting — and regifting — the flu this Christmas season. With a week to go before the Christmas holiday, influenza activity is on the rise, said Louise Ekenstam, an epidemiology nurse with the Tooele County Health Department. […]

  • Christmas arrived early for citizens of Stansbury Park who want to incorporate their community. A feasibility study on the proposed incorporation of Stansbury Park concludes that incorporation is feasible. The study also concludes that by 2019 property owners in a new Stansbury Park City will pay the same amount of property tax to their city […]

  • As Christmas songs start to flood radio stations and twinkling lights begin to appear, another herald of the upcoming holiday season is at hand: the Tooele Transcript Bulletin’s Coloring Book Contest. The coloring book is now in its 24th year. Extra copies are also available for free at the Transcript Bulletin’s business office at 54 […]

  • After drawing fire for years regarding its signs ordinance, the Tooele City Council may give local businesses more options when it comes to displaying signs. The council sat down with city staff members during a public business meeting on Wednesday to review draft amendments that suggest several changes to the city’s current signs ordinance. Suggested […]

  • A Hooper couple was injured after a practice maneuver in an airplane went awry Thursday evening in Wendover, Nevada. Paul Bowden, 51, was flying a light plane at about 8:20 p.m. at the Wendover Airport, practicing a touch-and-go exercise, in which a pilot lands briefly and takes back off, said Clair Morris, undersheriff with the […]

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