Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Turn out was small, but Thomas Wright, Republican candidate for governor, stopped in Tooele for a town hall meeting on Thursday. Around a dozen people gathered at 6:30 p.m. in the County Commission chambers at the Tooele County Building to hear Wright speak. Prior to the town hall, Wright sat down with the Transcript Bulletin […]

  • Some Utah legislators think it’s time to end voting for all the candidates of one party with a single mark on a ballot. The Utah House of Representative passed House Bill 70, Repeal of Single-Mark Straight Ticket Voting, with a 46-23 vote on Thursday. “This is not a Democrat or a Republican issue,” said Craig […]

  • A Tooele City couple who was aboard a cruise ship quarantined due to an outbreak of the novel coronavirus has now been separated from each other. John Haering is being treated in a hospital in Chiba, Japan, for pneumonia. His wife, Melanie Haering, has returned to California where she faces a two-week quarantine. John and […]

  • Tooele City is reviewing its annexation plan as they work on updating the city’s general plan. During the Tooele City Planning Commission’s Feb. 12 meeting, Jim Bolser, community development director for the city, said although the areas outlined in the annexation are being considered, that doesn’t mean they will be annexed. Only the potential is […]

  • After a long absence, the Grantsville Historic Commission is back in business preserving the town’s history. As part of the state’s historic preservation program, the six-member commission is committed to protect historic Grantsville. It documents Grantsville’s history, conducts research options for funding, and educates the public about the community’s past. The commission’s mission and motto […]

  • While the national Boy Scouts of America organization announced Monday that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, local leaders said the Scouting program is alive and well in Tooele County — even after the recent breakup with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As charters for Scout units affiliated with the church […]

  • There will soon be a place in Tooele City where you can eat ramen and throw axes — but not at the same time. Owned by CiCi Harrison and managed by Mike Harrison, the Ninja Ramen Bar is located at 1193 N. Main in the Tooele Landing shopping area. It is currently under construction. The […]

  • A free workshop that shows parents how to improve family communication and bonding is available through Tooele City’s Communities that Care program. Called Guiding Good Choices, the parenting workshop also shows how to reduce substance abuse risk, according to Stacy Smart, family program coordinator for Communities that Care. Data from the Tooele County School District’s […]

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