Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The seniors at Dugway High School took center stage one final time at the new school’s auditorium during its graduation ceremony Wednesday afternoon. The 16 graduates were the first class to graduate from the new $19 million Dugway High School building, which opened in January and houses students from kindergarten through 12th grade. While the […]

  • While primary election day isn’t until June 28, ballots for voters who vote by mail may be sent out as early as next week. State law requires that vote-by-mail ballots be mailed to voters no later than 21 days before the day of the election, according to Tooele County Clerk/Auditor Marilyn Gillette. “Although we could […]

  • For anybody planning to stay home this weekend, Grantsville and Tooele cities offer plenty of opportunities to honor Memorial Day. The first event of the day is the Historic Grantsville 5K, beginning at 7 a.m. at the city fire station on 26 N. Center Street. The route follows the original Lincoln Highway through Grantsville, passing […]

  • Fire crews from the Bureau of Land Management started a fire near Rush Valley on Wednesday as part of a prescribed burn program. Crews had planned to do the prescribed burns last month, but conditions didn’t work out, said Teresa Rigby, BLM fire management specialist. “That’s not uncommon,” she said. “To get all the people […]

  • When Grantsville City Police Officer Alison Peterson arrived early Wednesday morning at the Dead Dog Saloon with the Special Olympics torch, she couldn’t hide her excitement, despite coming off the evening shift. Area law enforcement officers have been joining the Tooele County Giants Special Olympics team for nearly a decade to run the torch through […]

  • Warm weather has melted low-level snow in Middle Canyon in time for Tooele County to open it for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. “Middle Canyon was opened for camping last Thursday,” said Dave Brown, the county’s trail and canyons coordinator. “People already are camping out and paying for spots through the end of Memorial Day […]

  • A trial has been set in a case involving a Tooele man charged with sexual assault and domestic violence. Wayne Lee Morrison, 45, is charged with first-degree felony object rape and second-degree felony forcible sexual abuse, as well as misdemeanor counts of domestic violence in the presence of a child and unlawful detention. During an […]

  • Tooele City officials are reminding citizens to use water wisely this season. The city has posted a schedule for outdoor watering on its website in an effort to coordinate water conservation. The schedule is voluntary and includes all local residences, businesses, schools and government agencies using culinary water. The watering schedule divides the city into […]

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