Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The inversion causing the collection of fine particulate matter air pollution over Tooele County continues to linger with relief in the forecast for the weekend. Tooele County’s air quality entered the yellow zone at 11 a.m. on Tuesday with a 24-hour average of a 12.1 µg/m³  concentration of the PM 2.5 pollutant. The county’s PM2.5 […]

  • The Tooele Transcript has selected 9-month old Madeleine Rose Day and her family as the recipients of the benefit fund for 2023. Madeleine was born Feb. 28, 2023 as a micro-preemie with a severe form of spina bifida named myelomenigocele. Madeleine spent over 200 of her first days in neonatal intensive care units. She came […]

  • Tooele County Clerk Tracy Shaw posted the unofficial full election summary report on Nov. 21 on behalf of the municipalities in Tooele County and the special election to fill the U.S. House District 2 seat. There were no changes in winners or losers from the election night report. In the race to replace Rep. Chris […]

  • A winter inversion, where cold air remains stagnant at ground level when topped by warm air that acts as a lid that traps in pollutants, is causing haze in some areas along the Wasatch Front, but Tooele County’s air quality has remained at the green level. “While much of the state is seeing clear skies […]

  • Tuesday, Dec. 5, is the appointed day that the Utah Inland Port Authority will hold a meeting in Tooele County to hear public comment on two Inland Port Project Areas in Tooele County before they vote on adopting the project areas, along with other business. The UIPA board will convene on Dec. 5 at 10 […]

  • The Life’s Worth Living Foundation, a local nonprofit organization aimed at preventing suicide in Tooele County, will put on their annual It’s a Wonderful Life festival this weekend at the Deseret Peak Complex. The festival will include vendors, food, a craft for kids, appearances from famous Christmas characters, and Christmas music. The festival will take […]

  • Tooele City will host their annual holiday concert on the evening of Monday, Dec. 4 with the band “Eclipse 6.” The concert will be held at the Tooele High School auditorium, at 301 W. Vine Street at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Prior to the concert, the Tooele County Symphony Orchestra will […]

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