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How much more should new tax cost?
Tooele County taxpayers will get a first look at...
Hikers rescued off Cedar Mountains
A West Jordan couple was rescued from the Cedar...
Transcript to include national, LDS inserts
Beginning today, all print subscribers to the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin...
Easter egg hunt moved to Miller
A long-standing annual community tradition that attracts over 3,000...
  • Tooele County taxpayers will get a first look at an independent study Thursday that explains how much is spent on municipal services in unincorporated areas of the county. They’ll also get a look at just how much more taxes they may have to pay to keep getting those services. The study’s results, completed by Zions […]

  • A West Jordan couple was rescued from the Cedar Mountains early Sunday morning after an ill-planned camping trip. Lt. Travis Scharmann of the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office, said the man and woman, in their early 20s, went to the Cedar Mountains near Hasting’s Pass Friday evening to camp and then hike in the area the […]

  • Beginning today, all print subscribers to the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin will receive copies of the Deseret News National Edition and the LDS Church News as inserts within their Tuesday newspaper. The National and the Church News are both weekly publications owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and both publications are produced in […]

  • A long-standing annual community tradition that attracts over 3,000 youth will debut in a new venue this year. The Tooele County Chamber of Commerce’s Easter Egg Hunt will be held for the first time at Miller Motorsports Park this Saturday, according to Jared Hamner, chamber executive director. Previously, the Easter egg hunt was held at […]

  • The Tooele County Health Department launched a new restaurant inspections webpage on Monday, making the inspection records of all Tooele County food establishments available to the public online. The website details the inspections of all Tooele food establishments, including not only restaurants and fast food joints, but also school lunchrooms, store delis, and even concession […]

  • A Tooele man has been charged with a felony for allegedly trying to extort money from his estranged wife. According to a police report, last month Joseph Scorsone, 44, got into the email account of his wife, to whom he is in the process of divorcing, and allegedly found “intimate” emails and pictures between her […]

  • A former Tooele man has been charged for a rape that allegedly happened more than three years ago. According to a police report, in October 2010 a 17-year-old girl asked a friend’s boyfriend, Jesus Antonio Cabrera, then 19, to come over and help her with her homework. Once there, Cabrera asked her for a tour […]

  • Interest in Live Fit’s upcoming Fit to Win weight loss competition has far exceeded expectations, prompting the coalition to extend registration and to host an additional orientation meeting this week. The competition already has 95 registered contestants, said Malaena Toohey, chairwoman for the Live Fit Tooele County coalition. Residents who enter the contest will have […]

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