Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Grantsville City Police Department and other partners in law enforcement took orders instead of calls Tuesday night, working as servers at Casa Del Rey for the Tip a Cop fundraiser.  The event, which is a primary fundraiser for the Shop With a Cop program, recruits local law enforcement to become waiters for an evening, […]

  • The 2019 Tooele County budget will bring more employees to the county, a variety of capital improvement projects, and a possible property tax increase. The Tooele County Commission adopted the budget for the 2019 year during its Tuesday meeting at the Tooele County Building. The county’s general fund expenses for 2019 are up by $8 […]

  • For the sixth year in a row, Grantsville City received the highest marks on its financial audit — an unmodified opinion.  Spencer Hintze from Gilbert & Stewart, CPA, of Provo, presented the city’s fiscal year financial audit during the Grantsville City Council meeting Wednesday night. He called the unmodified opinion the city received the highest […]

  • Grantsville City is looking for an interested and qualified Grantsville resident to fill the mid-term vacancy created after City Councilman Tom Tripp was elected to the Tooele County Commission.  The individual filling the vacancy will be selected at the City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 2. Whoever is selected for the position will serve […]

  • The agenda for the Tooele County Commission’s Dec. 18 meeting just got longer, and it hasn’t even been prepared yet. During its meeting on Tuesday night, the county commission delayed votes on three of its agenda items until Dec. 18, the last regular meeting of 2018. Delayed for further discussion and negotiations were a decision […]

  • The Grantsville City Council approved an amendment to a single-family housing development along the Old Lincoln Highway during its meeting Wednesday night.  The amendment added 11 homes, built on one-acre lots, to the subdivision by Mountain Vista Development at approximately 1000 N. Old Lincoln Highway. The subdivision had previously received permission for 51 lots, which […]

  • The 41st annual Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund is accepting donations and looking for more nominations to come in from readers for potential beneficiaries of the fund.  Each nomination should include a description of the person’s or family’s challenges, as well as an explanation as to how the benefit fund could help them this […]

  • A new medical facility in Tooele County is giving residents an option to get IV therapy in a comfortable home-like setting without leaving the county. An IV spa opened at Northpointe Medical Park this week. “We are a physician-based infusion spa, not a clinic,” said Charlie Schadewald, president of Wasatch Infusion. Wasatch Infusion has four […]

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