Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Stansbury High School’s auditorium turned Aggie blue Saturday afternoon as it played host to Utah State University-Tooele Regional Campus’ graduation. USU-Tooele presented almost 160 degrees this year. The 2015 graduating class was representative of the campus’ diverse student body, according to Donna Dillingham-Evans, dean and executive director of USU-Tooele. “The birthdates of our graduates span […]

  • Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company will not open its valves until May 2 this year, a company official says. The first day of service will come with restrictions on water use and is intended to better ration what limited water will be available for use this summer, said company president Gary Bevan. The later opening date […]

  • The Tooele County Fair was among the organizations that requested, but did not receive, money from Tooele County’s tourism tax fund. “Not receiving tourism funds does not place the fair in jeopardy,” said Wade Bitner, Tooele County Commission chairman. “We are reviewing the entire county budget and we plan to finance the fair from the […]

  • A series of officer-involved shootings have grabbed national headlines, prompting citizens, policy makers and law enforcement departments to consider the use of body cameras. For law enforcement agencies in Tooele County, body cameras are considered a helpful tool that benefits officers as well as the public. The Grantsville City Police Department was the first in […]

  • Tooele City is in the process of assessing the condition of its sidewalks to determine the extent of their decay and to generate ideas on how to address the problem, city officials say. Sidewalks throughout the community have fallen into disrepair over the years, and city administration believes it is time to take action, Tooele […]

  • Three students received minor injuries after a rear-end collision when two Box Elder High School buses collided on Interstate 80 on Monday. The accident occurred in the westbound lane at about 3:28 p.m. amidst road work near the Saltair exit. A cement mixer from the construction zone pulled a U-turn in front of one of […]

  • Tooele County schools may have brown lawns this summer. Due to this year’s dry water season, school district officials issued new instructions on landscape irrigation to their head custodians last week. The aim of the new instructions is to reduce the amount of water used on school district turf. The instructions are also intended to […]

  • Months after the community’s iconic poplar trees were cut down, the Stansbury Park Service Agency will host an Arbor Day celebration to plant 100 sycamore trees this Saturday. The service agency is looking for volunteers in Stansbury Park and Tooele County to help plant the new trees, starting at 9 a.m. Replacing the poplars as […]

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