Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • High winds and snowy roads were the cause of two crash-related fatalities in Tooele County on or near Interstate 80. Rylee Larkin of South Jordan died Wednesday night when her sedan, which was blocking the on ramp to westbound I-80 from SR-201 after a single-vehicle accident, was struck from behind by an SUV, according to […]

  • Former Stansbury Park resident Roy Coffey pled guilty to misdemeanor obstruction of justice in connection with the 2014 stabbing death of 17-year-old Jesse Horowitz in 3rd District Court on Tuesday. The obstruction of justice charge was amended from a second-degree felony as part of a plea deal with the state. Coffey, 19, who now lives […]

  • Starting this fall a Cowboy will lead the Buffaloes. Jeff Hamm, principal at Grantsville Elementary School, will take reigns of Tooele High School effective July 1. The new principal for THS is part of several adjustments in building administrators for the 2015-2016 school year announced Tuesday by Scott Rogers, Tooele County School District superintendent. “I […]

  • Call it a sleepover party for preppers. Tooele County Emergency Management, the Stansbury Community Emergency Response Team and the American Red Cross will team up this weekend to host the county’s first-ever evacuation and emergency shelter drill at Stansbury High School in honor of the state’s Great Shake Out event. While there won’t be an […]

  • EnergySolutions will get another shot at satisfying a state consultant’s concerns about their plan to store depleted uranium in Tooele County. The Utah Department of Environmental Quality announced this morning that it will delay the formal public comment on EnergySolutions’ proposal to dispose of large quantities of depleted uranium at the company’s Clive facility. Monday […]

  • The Pioneer Valley Chamber Ensemble will bring Tooele a taste of the classics at its Easter-themed spring concert this weekend. The program for Friday night’s concert — and for an encore performance on Saturday — focuses on heavy-hitting classical composers such as Mozart, Mendelssohn and Pergolesi. But it offers a twist, as well — an […]

  • A Tooele woman pleaded guilty to two felony drug charges in 3rd District Court on Tuesday morning. Rusti Jo Stalliviere, 32, pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree distribution of a controlled substance from separate court cases. Both charges were amended from first-degree felonies. Four additional first-degree distribution of a controlled substance charges were dismissed […]

  • Springtime is the season for flowers, candy, and — this year, at least — romantic theater. The Tooele High School drama department will unveil its production of the popular Broadway musical “She Loves Me” next week, just in time for the season of puppy love, if just a little late for the traditional holiday of […]

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