Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Kings of Destruction were on display Saturday at Deseret Peak Complex.

  • Tooele County has asked a judge to allow the county to sell the Utah Motorsports Campus in a public auction. In a motion filed on June 23 with 3rd District Court Judge Randall Skanchy, Tooele County petitioned Skanchy to allow the county to hire a third-party auctioneer to promote and conduct a public auction to […]

  • Anyone driving through Johnson’s Pass may have noticed stands of junipers seemingly torn to shreds on the side of Big Hollow Road. The destruction is the result of a favored federal Bureau of Land Management technique known as mastication, in which live junipers are shredded from top to bottom using rotating blades or a toothed […]

  • Countywide property taxes for Tooele County government services will go up much less in 2017 than forecasted six months ago. But the municipal services property tax rate for unincorporated areas of the county will go up much more than predicted. The Tooele County Commission approved property tax rates for 2017 in a special meeting held […]

  • Grantsville City residents looking for family-friendly entertainment this Friday evening will have a new option — an outdoor movie at the Cherry Street Park. Last Wednesday, the Grantsville City Council approved funds for a free movie night at 9:30 p.m. on June 30. The city is renting a 15-foot-by-15-foot inflatable screen from Jumpin’ Jack Splash […]

  • Various governmental agencies and private landowners continue to focus on increasing the number of greater-sage grouse in the Sheeprock Management Area. “The number of males counted this year in the area was 28,” said Jason Robinson, upland games program coordinator for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. “To give you context, 2006 was a recent […]

  • Personality has as much influence on government effectiveness as the form of government. That’s what the committee studying forms of government for Tooele County heard from the man who wrote the book on county government in Utah during a Friday evening meeting at the Tooele County Health Department. The study committee also announced that night […]

  • Saturday afternoon a row of gleaming motorcycles were parked outside the Tooele Starbucks. Most of their owners were gathered inside, where local photographer Frank Bott was set up at a long table with large prints of dozens of his photographs. The pictures depict the various events held at Utah Motorsports Campus, which Bott frequents to […]

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