Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Country Explosion will have to wait to find out if it will get $460,000 in local tourism funds for a concert in 2015. The Tooele County Commission approved $103,500 of tourism fund grants at their Tuesday night meeting, but their vote didn’t include money for Country Explosion. The decision on the concert promoter’s $460,000 request, […]

  • The Tooele City Council passed a resolution Wednesday night to send out letters in support of a state-wide initiative to increase taxes for road maintenance. Tooele City now joins dozens of other cities and townships in the state that have come together under the Utah League of Cities and Towns to exert pressure on the […]

  • Like a giant redwood tree tumbling to the forest floor, the last Democrat standing in Tooele County fell over on election day. It is now official. Republican Paul Wimmer will replace retiring Tooele County Sheriff Frank Park. Park was the last Democrat to hold an elected office in the county. The vote tally for the […]

  • Nominations are being accepted for the annual Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund. Each nomination should include a thorough description of the hardships the person or family is facing, as well as an explanation of how the fund could help them this Christmas. Last year’s benefit fund helped the Hill family, which had been struggling […]

  • A Grantsville man has been sentenced to a partially suspended jail sentence for having inappropriate sex with a teenage girl. Daniel Evans, 36, was sentenced Tuesday in 3rd District Court to three years in the Tooele County Detention Center, with two years and 15 days suspended. He was also sentenced to a fine and three […]

  • The Tooele Running Club will gather early Thanksgiving morning for its second annual Side Dish Sprint in an all-out effort to collect 1,000 pounds of food for the Tooele County Food Bank. Winners of the morning’s races will take home various Thanksgiving dinner side dishes. “Last year our 50 participants contributed over 300 pounds in […]

  • The Tooele High School commons area will turn into an art gallery that serves hot soup on Friday night. Artwork by THS pottery, photography and art students and faculty will be displayed while students serve bowls of hot soup. Band and orchestra students will provide music throughout the evening. The evening will also include a […]

  • Tooele City is set to grow 38 acres larger with the city council’s unanimous approval of the Green Meadows annexation agreement. The city council has voted twice in favor of the annexation located at the east end of Skyline Drive: first at the beginning of the month to pass an ordinance approving the annexation, and […]

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