Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The community at Dugway Proving Ground got off to its traditional early start to Fourth of July activities, holding its parade and a full slate of events Wednesday afternoon. Families took position along the parade route as Dugway commander Col. Ronald Fizer, vehicles from Dugway police and fire departments and more traveled past the community […]

  • Despite Main Street’s ongoing parade of orange cones and construction equipment, Tooele City is set to celebrate the Fourth with a more traditional ensemble of floats, bands and fireworks. Though shortened slightly to avoid the construction zone on the north end of town, Tooele City’s Fourth of July parade will otherwise follow its traditional route […]

  • Grantsville City’s Fourth of July celebration will feature a revised parade route amidst a busy schedule of events this holiday weekend. The new route will start on Main Street at City Hall, as opposed to the Grantsville Cemetery. The parade will head west on Main Street, turn south on Center Street and then west again […]

  • Tooele Valley continued to chip away at its extended drought last month after June brought the predicted uptick of temperatures and a little extra rain. June brought 1.51 inches of rain to Tooele City, according to Ned Bevan, a cooperative weather observer for the National Weather Service. Normal for the month is 1.11 inches. The […]

  • Lightning strikes ignited two additional wildfires Tuesday in Tooele County, only a day after crews battled a blaze on Stansbury Island and a string of fires on SR-36 in Vernon. The new fires were located near the Vernon Reservoir and Fivemile Pass and began during evening thunderstorms, according to Jason Curry, spokesman for the Utah […]

  • Taxation without representation was the battle cry of colonial America’s war for independence. Representation is also one of the drivers of the incorporate Stansbury Park movement, according to Wade Hadlock, the prime sponsor of the petition to incorporate the community. Around 10 Stansbury Park residents attended a meeting Wednesday night at the Stansbury Park Clubhouse […]

  • The little town of Vernon is nestled in sagebrush 33 miles south of Tooele City and backdropped by the Sheeprock Mountains. The 2010 census found 243 people there. But the small town’s residents celebrate the Fourth of July in a big way. The town’s celebration starts this evening at 7 p.m. with the Miss Vernon […]

  • A 25-year-old man was sentenced to jail after he was convicted of sexual abuse in Third District Court on Tuesday. Cody Dipo was sentenced to 180 days in the Tooele County Detention Facility and 48 months probation after he was convicted of two counts of second-degree felony sex abuse of a child. He will receive […]

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