Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The safest places in Tooele County on Saturday morning were likely the Travel America in Lake Point and the Walmart in Tooele.  The reason why? Dozens of law enforcement officers at the local, state and federal level were on-hand to assist with the annual Shop With a Cop event.  After breakfast and a visit from […]

  • A three-day bench trial earlier this month awarded $1.51 million in damages to the former Aposhian Sod Farm in its lawsuit with Tooele City.  Now the case is set for judgment from 3rd District Court Judge Matthew Bates on Feb. 11. Both the sod farm and the City will submit memorandum on a proposed judgment, […]

  • With Tooele County’s agreement with Tooele City for sewer service for the Deseret Peak Complex and the Utah Motorsports Park set to expire on Dec. 31, Tooele City has once again agreed to continue sewer service while the county prepares for alternatives. While the Deseret Peak Complex and UMC were annexed into Grantsville City in […]

  • Donations for the 41st annual Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund are coming in and plans are underway to make this Christmas especially merry for the Casey and Alicia Walter family of Tooele. The Walters, and their two children, Hayden and Zoey, are like so many young families across America who are struggling with debt caused by […]

  • A 92-year-old World War II veteran made the 150-mile trip from Price to Grantsville to say thank you. Calvin Fox’s daughter, Janet Roberts, drove Fox from his home in Price to Grantsville High School on Monday morning so Fox could personally thank the students from Doug Snow’s U.S. History class who wrote him letters thanking […]

  • A police chase in which speeds reached 80 mph in the town of Stockton ended in three arrests Friday afternoon.  Stockton police attempted to stop a red passenger vehicle with five occupants at milepost 47 on state Route 36, at 3:18 p.m. after they observed the driver was not wearing a seat belt, according to […]

  • The public has until Jan. 3 to comment on the latest version of a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) focused on the preservation of habitat for the greater sage-grouse, according to John Shivic, national sage-grouse coordinator for the U.S. Forest Service. Shivic provided a brief background on progress made since 2010 when the U.S. Fish […]

  • The Tooele and Utah County Commissions have agreed on an appointee to the Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees to represent the two counties. Gov. Gary Herbert appointed J. Kent Millington, of Highland, to the Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees on Monday, following a meeting with the Tooele and Utah County commissions.. The appointment […]

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