Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele City Mayor Debbie Winn thanked different groups throughout the city and explained several projects underway during her State of The City address at City Hall on Wednesday night. With the City Council seated behind her, Winn began her speech by thanking members of the community, City Council, department heads, and city staff. She said […]

  • Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall expressed appreciation to the community Wednesday night for its response to the shooting tragedy at the start of 2020. “We had what was the most profound low in our community in a long time,” he said during his State of the City address. “Nothing can prepare a community for a […]

  • It is seven weeks into the new budget year for Tooele County and it’s already time for a budget adjustment. The County Commission considered adjustments for its 2020 budget that will increase spending by $208,900 during its meeting Tuesday night at the County Administration Building. Included in the proposed budget adjustments were $198,900 of new […]

  • Tooele City Police may never know exactly what happened inside the Mathers’ home. The medical examiner’s report listed the cause of death for Paul Edwards Mathers, 69, of Tooele City due to “undetermined causes,” according to a press release issued by the department on Wednesday afternoon. On Nov. 22, 2019, Mathers’ fully intact body was […]

  • The tourism tax on a hotel room in Tooele County may increase to 4.25%. The Tooele County Commission considered an increase from 3.5% to 4.25% for the transient room tax, the maximum rate allowed by state law, during its Tuesday night meeting at the County Administration Building. The transient room tax goes into the County’s […]

  • The Tooele County Commission approved two land use actions requested by the developer of Saddleback during its meeting Tuesday night. Saddleback developer Chris Robinson requested a rezone for a 17.7-acre piece of land in Lake Point from A-20, agriculture with a 20-acre minimum lot size to RR-1, rural residential with a 1-acre minimum lot size. […]

  • Utah State University is encouraging all adult residents of Tooele City to take a well-being survey. The survey, which was created by USU, is intended to keep Tooele City officials and the college up to date on the well-being of the city. During the online survey, individuals are asked a series of questions and encouraged […]

  • Two weeks ago the Tooele County Commission asked for public input as it works on a plan for the future use of county buildings in Tooele. Now it is planning to replace the windows in one of those buildings. At least one county commissioner is pushing to shop local on the project. The County Commission […]

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