Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • In the off chance anyone in Tooele comes down with some kind of zombie-plague — or a real disease like Ebola — Mountain West Medical Center staff has you covered. And, well, they have themselves covered, too. Literally. A specialized Ebola response team from Mountain West Medical Center held its first-ever drill on Friday, allowing […]

  • Tooele County Commissioners have pulled the plug on two potential property tax increases for 2015. “After meeting with department heads and reviewing their budget requests for 2015, we have been able to make revenue and expenses balance for 2015 without a tax increase,” said Commission Chairman Bruce Clegg in an interview with the Transcript-Bulletin on […]

  • Tooele County students are not ready for college and careers, according to results from a new education assessment test. The Utah State Office of Education released on Monday state-, district- and school-wide results of the Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE) test that Utah students took in the spring of 2014. The results showed […]

  • Candidates for Tooele County Sheriff and two seats on the Tooele County Commission tried to set themselves apart from their competition at a debate on Thursday night. While the candidates endeavored to distinguish themselves from each other based on experience and philosophy, they agreed on several issues. Prospective sheriffs Andy Oblad and Paul Wimmer opened […]

  • Residents who are curious about the future of Tooele’s Education Corridor can now see a working site plan at Tooele City Hall. The site plan, which is being produced by a group of architecture and urban planning students from the University of Utah, is currently on public display in City Hall’s rotunda and should remain […]

  • A pair of hikers were helped down from Deseret Peak after one suffered an asthma attack Sunday night. Tooele County Sheriff Frank Park said the hikers, 48-year-old James Beaver and 51-year-old Theresa Beaver, had hiked up to Deseret Peak but got off the trail coming down. “They had been hiking up to Deseret Peak and […]

  • The deep victimization that accompanies domestic violence can make it more difficult to escape, but there is hope, attest survivors and advocates. Andrea Aveytua, keynote speaker at last Thursday’s annual candlelight vigil at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Tooele, said she had not realized how deeply rooted a victim’s mindset can be until her husband was […]

  • Local voters will weigh in on who will represent Tooele County in the state legislature when they go to the polls on Nov. 4. Tooele County is all or part of two state house districts and two state senate districts. Daniel Thatcher, R-West Valley City, is seeking to return to the state senate for a […]

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