Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • After three years of solid growth the median sales price of a Tooele County home has reached a new post-recession high. The median sales price for homes in Tooele County in 2014 was $174,900, according to a report from the Wasatch Front Regional Multiple listing Service. That is $11,650 more or a 7.1 percent increase […]

  • State data estimates that local motorists drove a combined average of 2.24 million miles per day in 2013 — the lowest daily average Tooele County has seen in nearly a decade. The Utah Division of Transportation produces county-by-county reports on the number of vehicle miles traveled on roads within each county to help determine road […]

  • Tooele County has 200 miles of trails that are ready for adoption. “Volunteers are an essential part of the county’s trail program,” said Jerry Hurst, former Tooele County Commissioner and now the volunteer chairman of the Tooele County Trails Committee. The county’s trail system has 200 miles of maintained trails that have been inventoried, GPS […]

  • Crime is down in Grantsville, according to the city police department’s annual report. Grantsville Police Chief Kevin Turner presented the report’s findings to the city council on Wednesday. The crime rate in the city dipped about 2 percent, Turner said, with total crimes declining from 1,423 in 2013 to 1,133 in 2014. “I believe that […]

  • On Jan. 8 and 9, two local youths went missing and the Tooele City Police Department took to social media and asked for the public’s help to find them. The post for one missing youth was shared 81 times. Comments below the photos connected additional accounts to the picture and information on the runaway juvenile. […]

  • EnergySolutions is among the businesses and individuals that will be honored at the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism’s awards and installation banquet at Miller Motorsports Park this Saturday. The chamber banquet will include dinner, an awards presentation and guest speaker. The guest speaker is Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake […]

  • Patrons of this year’s Night of Western Music and Cowboy Poetry at Deseret Peak Complex are in for a rare treat — the opportunity to watch the production of a live album by Western singer/songwriter Daron Little. Little will debut several never-before-heard songs while cutting his new album at the concert, which is hosted by […]

  • The Tooele County Commission has turned down an application from a Salt Lake City resident who wanted to extract gravel from the Stockton Bar. On Tuesday the commission denied a rezone request for 47 acres of undeveloped land on the northwest side of the bar owned by Rulon and Paula Harper. Rulon Harper is president […]

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