Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Tooele County School District is hoping voters will approve a property tax increase for three new schools and security upgrades at existing schools. The Tooele County Board of Education adopted a resolution calling for an election on Nov. 5 to authorize the issuance of $190 million in general obligation bonds during its Tuesday night […]

  • They’re back.  The Nitro World Games are returning to the Utah Motorsports Campus on Saturday. On Monday night, the Red Bull Airforce Wingsuit Flyers leaped out over the state capitol from a flight that originated at Tooele Valley Airport. With pyrotechnics strapped to their legs, the flyers lit up the Salt Lake City sky to […]

  • Six candidates remain in the running for three seats on the Tooele City Council, while two candidates remain in a pair of races for seats on the Stansbury Service Agency board.  Ed Hansen, Justin Brady and incumbent Dave McCall were the top three vote getters in Tuesday’s primary election for the Tooele City Council with […]

  • Tooele County healthcare agencies will receive more than $1 million in federal grant money next month to bolster opioid prevention and recovery efforts in the county, local health officials say.  “The money will be used to bridge prevention, treatment and recovery services in the county,” said Dr. Maren Wright Voss, health agent of Utah State […]

  • It’s a Broadway revival in Tooele City. The bar on Broadway Street, formerly known as the Broadway Club, has new owners, a new name and a new look. Patty Bullock-Drochner and her husband, Adam, along with Grantsville businessman Randy Hunt, purchased the Broadway Club on the southeast corner of Broadway and Elm streets in Tooele […]

  • After a work session on the 2019-20 budget Wednesday evening, the Tooele City Council trimmed the budget and reduced the proposed certified tax rate ahead of a decisive meeting next week.  Following a lengthy discussion on budget line items, planning for future equipment and taxpayer impact, a straw poll of the City Council settled at […]

  • A Tooele man is facing felony charges in two different cases, both related to the alleged distribution of methamphetamine.  Brandon Keith Burr, 37, is charged with second-degree felony distribution, offer or arrange the distribution of a controlled substance and misdemeanor manufacture or deliver drug paraphernalia in one case.  In the second, he’s charged with first-degree […]

  • The subdivision final plat for 53 single-family residential lots at approximately 760 W. 700 South was forwarded with a positive recommendation by the Tooele City Planning Commission during its meeting Wednesday evening.  The homes, built in the R1-7 residential zone, will be on 14 acres north of 700 South and west of the properties fronting […]

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