Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A somber mood fell over the entire city of Grantsville on Friday, according to Mayor Brent Marshall. The Haynie family, friends and community members gathered for the funeral service on Friday for the four Haynie family members who were shot to death in their home on Jan. 17. Laid to rest were Alejandra Haynie, 52, […]

  • Colin Jeffery  “CJ” Haynie made his first court appearance at the Gordon R. Hall Courthouse in Tooele City on Monday. The 16-year-old is accused of killing his mother and three siblings on Jan. 17 in their Grantsville home. The teen is charged with 10 felonies including four counts of aggravated murder, one count of attempted […]

  • Over 200 guests and friends of the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism gathered at the Royal Creek Ranches Barn Event Center for the Chamber’s annual installation banquet and awards ceremony. The meeting opened with a brief inspirational message from Chad Hymas. Hymas, a motivational speaker and author, is the founder of the Rush […]

  • With 2020 set to be the first election ever for Tooele County Council, Erik Gumbrecht, the organizer of the Facebook page, Election Central – Tooele County, held a training and information event for potential county council candidates. The event was held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers at Tooele City Hall. Around 30 […]

  • Chubby’s Neighborhood Café in Tooele held a fundraiser Monday to collect money for the Haynie family, who was affected by the recent shooting in Grantsville. Colin Jeffrey “CJ” Haynie, 16, has been charged with killing his mother, three siblings and injuring his father on Jan. 17. He made his first court appearance Monday (see related […]

  • Aimee Winder Newton, candidate for governor, stopped in Tooele City for an open house meeting with the public last week. Newton spoke and answered questions at Tooele City Hall in the council chambers at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Winder outlined her top four priorities, if elected governor. “First is public education — we’ve got to end […]

  • Clayton Christensen, the Harvard professor of business administration who coined the phrase “disruptive innovation” passed away on Jan. 23 from complications of leukemia. The world-renowned business thinker had a little known connection to Tooele County. Christensen’s mother, Velda Mae Fuller Christensen, graduated from Brigham Young University in 1941. After graduating, she taught English and drama […]

  • Tooele and Stansbury high school students laid down there cross-town rivalry with Grantsville High School over the weekend.  Students from both schools spent the weekend decorating the outside and inside of Grantsville High with yellow ribbons, hearts and balloons to show their support for students mourning the loss of one of their fellow students in […]

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