Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Grantsville Judicial Nominating Commission has selected three nominees for the justice court position that serves Grantsville City. The selected candidate will replace Judge Ron Elton who is retiring. The three nominees, with their place of residence and current employment are: Judge Bryan J. Memmott, J.D., a resident of Fruit Heights and the Justice Court […]

  • A 3rd District Court judge has ordered the temporary removal of an 80 foot flagpole that stood on private property to the south and across Erda Way from Tooele Valley Airport’s runway. The flagpole was erected on May 12, 2023 by the property owners, collectively referred to as the Kunzes, with a permit from Erda […]

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  • A man died at the Grantsville Reservoir on Saturday, Sept. 9 after he suffered from what police believe to be a cardiac episode and hit the water. Deputies responded to the south side of the reservoir around 2:33 p.m. in reference to a drowning, according to Lt. Eli Wayman with the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office. […]

  • Two new hotels are in the plans for Tooele City. Construction on one of the hotels may begin this week. The first hotel, a Home 2 Suites by Hilton, will be located at 1000 North near the Bowling Alley, according to Jared Stewart, Tooele City’s economic development director. The hotel will include 85 rooms, but […]

  • While much has been accomplished, there is still much to be accomplished. That could be the theme of Tooele County School District Superintendent Mark Ernst’s state of the district address, delivered during the Sept. 12, 2023 Tooele County School Board meeting. With a doctorate in education leadership and professional practice, Ernst has led the school […]

  • The owners of Royal Creek Ranches held a celebration on Saturday, Sept. 16, highlighting their 1,200-acre property and amenities, including a new lodge built to replace their old lodge that was destroyed by a fire on Nov. 14, 2023. The event included food, hayrides, games, line dancing, and live music. The open house style event […]

  • After a vehicle failed to yield the right-of-way on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 15 in Tooele City, they were hit by a semitruck and struck two other vehicles in the area. Tooele City Police were dispatched to the intersection of 400 N. 100 East at 3:02 p.m. When they arrived, they learned that a […]

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