Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • For over 10 years, Eddie and Shellie Plute have over-decorated their front and backyard in Tooele City at 854 E. Oquirrh Avenue, for Halloween and invited friends, neighbors, and the general public to come and see their display. Their yard has become a Halloween tradition for many families. The centerpiece is usually a boat with […]

  • The Tooele City Council held a public hearing on Sept. 7 on a request to annex the proposed Canyon Springs Subdivision into city limits. The subdivision includes 172 homes to be built off Droubay Road, south of the Carr Fork Subdivision. Following the public hearing, the developer responded to concerns expressed about the development. Currently […]

  • The flu season typically begins in October and ends in May each year but the Tooele County Health Department warns individuals to prepare early. “Influenza vaccines, also known as flu shots, protect against the four most common influenza strains that have been highlighted by research,” Emma Hoyt, epidemiologist at TCHD said. The Center for Disease […]

  • North Tooele Fire District recently spent over $800,000 to purchase three new trucks to help them fight fires. A ceremony was held at the Stansbury Park Station on Sept. 13 to dedicate the new trucks. The trucks arrived at the station earlier this year, with two of them arriving in July and one arriving in […]

  • Tooele Tech Days

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    Tooele Tech Days

    Tooele Technical College held their annual Tooele Tech Days in their parking lot off of Tooele Boulevard on Saturday, Sept. 17. Tooele Tech Days is the annual scholarship fundraiser for Tooele Technical College. The event included a car show, a dyno pull, and a barbecue dinner. Proceeds from the event go toward scholarships for Tooele […]

  • The St. Marguerite Catholic Parish held their Fall Festival on Sept. 16 and 17 inside and out of their church building on Seventh Street in Tooele City. The aroma of grilled German brats moved across the parking lot as the event featured food offerings from Germany, the Philippines, Mexico, and traditional American fare. The grand […]

  • The first Monkeypox cases have reached Tooele County but health officials say not to panic. There were 129 cases of the virus in Utah as of Sept. 15 with two cases in Tooele County, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. “Monkeypox is a rare, sometimes life-threatening viral zoonotic infection,” said Mamadou Tounkara, […]

  • A missing Grantsville girl was found safe last week. 14-year-old Alexia Nicolee Linarez Jauregui was found in South Salt Lake after she left home in Grantsville on Sept. 10. Jauregui was found on Sept. 13 near a movie theater, according to Lt. Jeff Watson with the Grantsville Police Department. When Jauregui left home on Sept. […]

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