Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall praised all the volunteers and city workers who contribute to the community’s success during his State of the City address Wednesday night. “I am proud to live in a community that finds serving others to be not only rewarding, but an essential part of building a strong community,” he said. […]

  • If you think it has snowed more this year than last year, just ask a Tooele County snowplow driver. As of Feb. 20, county road crews have been called out to plow nine storms compared to seven storms from Jan. 1 to March 4 last year. “It’s been a busy year,” said Wayne Anderton, Tooele […]

  • Motorists in Tooele County will need to prepare for overnight closures on Interstate 80 as work continues on the state Route 36 interchange, a state agency announced Tuesday.  On Monday, westbound I-80 will be completely closed from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. at exit 99, with all traffic detoured onto SR-36, then through Grantsville City […]

  • The Tooele County Commission unveiled a new process as it considered two changes to county ordinances this week. Proposed revisions to the county’s Land Use Ordinance and the county’s purchasing policy and procedures received a first reading during Tuesday night’s County Commission meeting at the Tooele County Building. “We’re trying something new,” said Commission Chairman […]

  • Recent requests to rezone east Erda property to one-acre lots for development have been met with strong citizen opposition, but a new proposal has yet to face similar conflict.  The Tooele County Planning Commission voted to send a positive recommendation to the County Commission for an application to rezone property in east Erda that will […]

  • A Tooele man will spend six years to life in the Utah State Prison for sexual abuse of a child following sentencing Tuesday morning in 3rd District Court. Dennis J. Andreasen, 58, pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree felony aggravated sexual abuse of a child last Dec. 4. Two additional counts of first-degree aggravated […]

  • After one year of no longer issuing daily fines for overdue items, the Tooele City Library has seen positive returns, according to library director Jami Carter.  In a presentation to the Tooele City Council Wednesday night, Carter outlined the benefits seen by the library since going fine free, including more returned items, more reactivated library […]

  • Honorable City Council, staff members, employees, citizens and guests.  It is my distinct honor and great privilege this evening to report to you. Tonight, we celebrate our accomplishments of the past year. This past year was a great year. As we begin 2019 and reflect on the progress that our city has experienced — Wow! […]

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