Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • After weeks of unseasonably warm and dry weather, the snowstorm that hit Sunday night and roared through Monday and into Tuesday, reminded everyone that winter may be far from over in Tooele County. The storm dropped more than 13 inches in Tooele City. But the storm just didn’t bring badly needed moisture; it also ushered […]

  • The Grantsville City Council selected the engineering firm the city will begin negotiations with to serve as a consultant on the upcoming Main Street sewer and water project. Replacing the water and sewer lines under Main Street is expected to cost more than $8 million and the city is expected to pay $2 million up […]

  • The number of Tooele residences that use recycling services provided by Ace Recycling and Disposal continues to inch upward, according to city officials. The service began on Feb. 6, 2017 after the city decided to go forward with the program after 17 percent of residents had opted in for recycling during an initial sign-up period. […]

  • The Tooele County Planning Commission got its first look at a proposed ordinance Wednesday that regulates all mining, quarry, sand and gravel excavation operations in the county. The 13-page document requires all current excavators, both those currently permitted and those operating as nonconforming uses, to obtain an excavation permit from the county within one year […]

  • Christian Harvey finally gets his opportunity to play the part of Shrek  in “Shrek, the Musical” on Tuesday night at the Tooele High School Auditorium. The THS junior has plenty of experience on stage, and sometimes serves as co-director for Tooele High School Theatre productions, according to drama teacher Scott Henrie. “He has dreamed of […]

  • A Tooele man was sentenced to five years of probation during a hearing Tuesday in 3rd District court after pleading no contest to sexual abuse charges in a previous hearing. Lawrence A. Krish, 67, pleaded no contest to amended counts of second-degree felony sex abuse of a child and third-degree felony forcible sexual abuse during […]

  • Three men from Salt Lake County are facing felony charges in 3rd District Court after they were arrested firing stolen firearms on Stansbury Island earlier this month. Steven Lee Sanchez, 22, of Magna; Carlos Anthony Moreno, 20, of Taylorsville, and Mateo Valentin Gatton-Martinez, 22, West Valley City, are each charged with two counts of second-degree […]

  • A winter storm that blew into the area at the end of President Day’s weekend caused a number of power outages and a few vehicle accidents in Tooele County. Rocky Mountain Power reported a power outage caused by a vehicle accident affecting the Pine Canyon substation at 3:53 p.m. on Sunday, which affected more than […]

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