Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • After nearly a year of delays, Rocky Mountain Care is on track to break ground on a new, state-of-the-art facility early next year, company officials say. Tooele City approved a rezone for the facility, which is to be located at 85 E. 2000 North near Mountain West Medical Center, in October of last year. However, […]

  • Campaign finance reports from candidates who want to represent Tooele County in the next Utah Legislature show a combined total of $174,245 in funds. Those reports were submitted to the lieutenant governor’s office on Aug. 31. The race with the largest war chest is Senate District 12 in which Democrat challenger Clare Collard of Magna […]

  • A Grantsville man whose petition for a commercial rezone was met with hot protest from neighbors has had his request granted. Ken Grant’s petition to take .72 acres of a 5.8-acre lot at 713 E. Main and have it changed from an RM-7 and A-10 zone — residential and agricultural — to a commercial neighborhood […]

  • The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a Colorado woman who asserts she was exposed to nerve agent while working near Dugway Proving Ground is allowed to file a claim against the Army. The court reversed a U.S. District Court of Utah dismissal of Carolyn Bayless’ claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act. […]

  • For the first time since 2004, Mountain West Medical Center will open its doors for tours and free services this Saturday. The event is the first time in 10 years the hospital has hosted a community health fair, said Becky Trigg, director of marketing for MWMC. Both the hospital and the community have grown since […]

  • After years of false starts and incremental progress, crews began construction on the long-awaited Settlement Canyon pipeline on Monday morning. The two-mile pipeline will replace an old line that once connected springs near Sawmill Flat to Settlement Canyon Reservoir. The original pipeline was destroyed by flooding in the 1980s, resulting in the loss of an […]

  • A lab test has confirmed the presence of West Nile infections in a population of sentinel chickens in Stansbury Park, indicating the virus is spreading among local avian and, potentially, human populations. Scott Bradshaw, district manager for Tooele Valley Mosquito Abatement, said the abatement district uses chickens as indicators for whether the virus is being […]

  • An aggressive, uncommon respiratory infection that has hospitalized children across the Midwest may have also found its way to Tooele County. The virus, known to clinicians as Enterovirus D68, is not a new virus — it was first discovered in California in 1962 — but it is not considered a common virus among the U.S. […]

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