Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The new home for the Grantsville City police department and justice court received a grand welcome from the community last Thursday, with dozens in attendance for the dedication ceremony. The unveiling of the $3.6 million Grantsville City Justice Center began with a flag ceremony in front of the facility, organized by the Grantsville City Police […]

  • Police arrested a man after he attempted to kidnap his three biological children Sunday evening from their adoptive parents, according to Grantsville City Police. Tyler Nuckolls, 27, was waiting inside the adoptive parents’ Grantsville residence with a handgun when they returned home Sunday evening, a probable cause statement said. Nuckolls was ordered to have no […]

  • President Russell M. Nelson became the 17th president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday morning, as announced during a live broadcast from the Salt Lake City Temple on Tuesday morning. He succeeds President Thomas S. Monson, who died on Jan. 2. Monson served almost 10 years as president of the […]

  • During the Stockton Town Council meeting on Thursday, Mayor Mark Whitney announced he would be resigning from his position at the end of the month. Whitney was first elected to office in Nov. 2009 before being re-elected to two additional terms. He was re-elected unanimously last November after running unopposed. Attempts to contact Whitney for […]

  • The four Vernon residents who showed up Thursday night for a town hall meeting with the Tooele County Government Study Committee weren’t shy about sharing their support for a change in county’s government structure. “We don’t want them to make a career out of it,” said Sharleen Manzione, after hearing the study committee’s proposal for […]

  • Three Grantsville residents charged with felonies after a 3-year-old child in their care ingested methamphetamine appeared in 3rd District Court last week. Lucinda Marie Black, 30, Ashley Lee Black, 27, and Danie Adam Black, 23, were each charged with second-degree felony cause or permit a child or vulnerable adult to be exposed to a controlled […]

  • The Tooele City Council is set to move forward with business after appointing its members to various boards and positions during its first meeting of the year. On Jan. 3 the City Council appointed Steve Pruden as its chairman for 2018 with Scott Wardle as vice chairman. “I served in the position about eight or […]

  •   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced that the Salt Lake Temple will be closed for cleaning and maintenance until Feb. 6. It closed on Monday, according to a recorded message from the temple’s phone number. Mormon temples are dedicated as places set apart from the world, thereby creating an atmosphere wherein […]

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