Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Though the “earthquake” that occurred at Mountain West Medical Center on Tuesday morning was no more than a simulation, makeup and 18 volunteer actors made the scene seem real enough. In fact the hospital staff — despite advance warning of a scheduled drill — still ran for help when they encountered the earthquake “victims.” Then […]

  • A $5 million contract awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will fund the design and construction of a control system for renewable energy installations at Tooele Army Depot. The new control system should safeguard energy security for the depot by ensuring critical systems still receive power during service interruptions. The contract was awarded […]

  • Tooele County Republicans will meet Friday night to determine who will lead the local party for the next two years. Tooele Applied Technology College will be the site of the 2015 Tooele County Republican Party Organizing Convention on Friday, April 24. County delegates selected at Republican neighborhood caucus meetings in 2014 will elect local party […]

  • The Grantsville City Council unanimously approved a budget amendment to allocate funds for new playground equipment at Hollywood Park. A total of $168,000 in additional funds from the 2014-15 general and capital fund budgets and park impact fees were added to the park improvement project. It includes $167,173 for the playground and $23,500 for a […]

  • Some economic development heavyweights will be in town next week for the Tooele Business Conference at Tooele Applied Technology College. Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and Val Hale, executive director for the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, will be keynote speakers at the conference set for Thursday, April 30. They will be joined by other […]

  • As the net dipped down, dozens of dark, wriggling catfish tumbled out toward the surface of Stansbury Park Lake. Even after hours spent in insulated tanks, the channel catfish were quick to explore the shallows near the boat launch. “That’s a fish that likes to fight,” said Randall Jones, Stansbury Park Service Agency manager. “That’s […]

  • It’s spring time in Tooele County, which means baby farm animals are ready for their close-ups. The Friends of the Clark Farm will again host Baby Animal Days on April 25 and May 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the historic farmstead. On top of a petting zoo for children to interact with […]

  • Clarke N. Johnsen Junior High’s upcoming spring production, “The Outsiders,” will be a bit of a departure from the school’s previous repertoire. Drama director Jorden Cammack wanted to do something special this semester in light of the unusual circumstance that has developed in her department — boys vastly outnumber girls taking drama classes this year. […]

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