Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Nothing drags a party down like a stick in the mud. Or getting stuck in the mud. Emergency responders pulled about 200 party-goers out of Skull Valley’s thick alkaline mud after the young adults had gotten their cars stuck during heavy rains in the area Friday night. Bucky Whitehouse, director of Tooele County Emergency Management, […]

  • A former Stansbury Park resident who was hit by a car while serving an LDS mission in Australia has awakened from her medically-induced coma, but still has a lot of recovering to do. According to a post Friday in the Facebook group “Prayers for Sister Kendal Levine,” the former Stansbury High School Stallion is awake […]

  • Candidates for Tooele County offices will gather Thursday at 7 p.m. at Tooele Applied Technology College for a question- and-answer session. The question-and-answer session is sponsored by  Tooele County’s Republican and Democratic parties. The debate will be  moderated by Tooele-Transcript Bulletin staff. Third party candidates running for county positions have also been invited to participate […]

  • Though Tooele County isn’t ready to make any assumptions about new allegations against Stericycle’s embattled North Salt Lake incinerator, Commissioner Shawn Milne said he is waiting for the results of ensuing investigations. Milne said Monday that the commission plans to study the results of investigations into Stericycle’s operations — including Gov. Gary Herbert’s own investigation, […]

  • Tooele County’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in August, according to a monthly unemployment report released by the state last week. The county’s unemployment rate for August was 4.3 percent, the same as July’s rate, according to the Utah Department of Workforce Services. However, it was 0.9 percentage points less than 5.2 percent reported for August […]

  • Local amateur astronomer Patrick Wiggins announced last week that he had named the last of five asteroids he discovered earlier in his career — and the name would honor his current employer, the University of Utah. The asteroid, now officially dubbed “Univofutah,” is roughly 1.2 miles across and orbits between Mars and Jupiter more than […]

  • The Utah Division of Air Quality will spend October soliciting public comment on a proposed rule that would extend Tooele County’s new wintertime wood burning bans to businesses, industries, and institutions within the county. Tooele Valley saw its first season of mandatory no-burn days over the 2013-2014 winter. But as currently constituted, the solid fuel […]

  • A Tooele man has been arrested and charged for allegedly throwing lye onto another man for damaging his wife’s vehicle. According to a probable cause statement, police responded to a house near Northlake Elementary on Sept. 7 where they found a 22-year-old man trying to wash something off of his face and upper chest. The […]

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