Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • UPDATE: Police completed their search of the school. Nothing suspicious was found. Nobody was found to question. School will continue as normal tomorrow (Tuesday). Counselors will be available for students who want to talk. Grantsville High School Police conducted an investigation on the evening of Monday, Oct. 2 after a student said they observed an […]

  • The Utah Department of Transportation has announced their preferred route to extend the Midvalley Highway from SR-138 to SR-36, south of Tooele City. Out of the four draft alternative routes that UDOT collected public input in a process that ended on August 1 of 2022, UDOT selected what was then called “Draft Alignment 3.” The preferred route […]

  • Tooele High School students and royalty drew sports teams and clubs along with coaches, teachers, principals and district administrators into the streets of Tooele City early Friday evening to dance, walk, or ride in a parade on Main Street to celebrate the school’s homecoming football game.  Students celebrated a week of spirit and fun that […]

  • The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft dropped off a sample of asteroid Bennu on the morning of Sunday, Sept. 24 on the Utah Test and Training Range near Dugway Proving Ground. The sample was part of a $1 billion Kennedy Space Center NASA mission that began on Sept. 8, 2016.  The asteroid is said to be a well-preserved […]

  • A 10-year-old child headed to Old Mill Elementary in Stansbury Park crashed his bicycle into a vehicle the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 26. He walked away from the accident with bumps and bruises, according to police. The accident occurred around 8:33 a.m. near Clearwater Drive and Brigham Road, according to Lieut. Eli Wayman with the […]

  • The Tooele County Arts Guild’s “Ren Faire” will run Friday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Benson Grist Mill, featuring an old-time Renaissance feel. Ren Faire promises two days of almost 30 performers and entertainers including aerialists, dancers, an exotic bird show, comedy skits, fire shows, and magic shows; 80 vendors selling handcrafted, […]

  • During National Recovery Month, local substance use disorder officials have been hard at work trying to reduce stigma, put on events, and provide resources for the community. Recovery Month experienced a big kickoff on Aug. 31 at the Stansbury Clubhouse where over 200 community members gathered to remember those lost, celebrate those in recovery, and […]

  • Welcome home Judge L. Douglas Hogan. Judge Hogan has been assigned to the 3rd District Court in Tooele by the district’s presiding judge. He has already started hearing cases, but Judge Hogan is not new to Tooele County. He grew up in Tooele County and served as the Tooele County attorney before his appointment to […]

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