Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • School is out, but at noon the doors of Harris Elementary School’s lunchroom swing open and neighborhood kids fill the tables. The Tooele County School District has teamed with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to feed hungry children via the Summer Foodservice Program. The program is held at Harris Elementary and Northlake Elementary schools in […]

  • The clock is ticking for Tooele County real estate agent Sandy Critchlow and her client. Critchlow, an agent with Premier Utah Real Estate, works with local companies that relocate employees to Tooele County. She has a client who has just come to Tooele County to work. All the hotels in Tooele are full, so the […]

  • While budget season has wrapped up in Tooele and Grantsville cities, the Stansbury Park Service Agency approved its certified tax rate for its 2016 budget, which will be finalized by the end of the year. The certified tax rate, provided by Tooele County and approved by the Utah State Tax Commission, is expected to drop […]

  • The Administrative Office of the Courts will conduct a statewide survey to gauge public perception of, and experience with, Utah courts. In a news release Wednesday, the AOC announced it would administer single-day surveys in 38 courts throughout the state of Utah. The AOC will conduct its survey for the Tooele County Court on Monday, […]

  • A West Valley City woman pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge after she allegedly engaged in sexual activity with a teenage boy last July. Sarah Mae Crutchley, 27, accepted a plea deal from the state in which she pleaded no contest to misdemeanor unlawful sexual activity with a minor, in exchange for one count […]

  • The fourth annual Miss Tooele City Pageant will take place Monday at 7 p.m. in the Tooele High School auditorium. All are welcome to attend the event, which is free to the public. This year’s pageant features 10 contestants. The contestants include: Jacquelyn “Jacki” Crisp Jacquelyn Crisp, 20, plans to go to Utah State University […]

  • A former Tooele County Sheriff’s deputy had his law enforcement certification suspended for two years Monday for smoking marijuana. The Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council handed down the suspension to Aaron M. Bird during its quarterly meeting in Sandy. Bird was one of nine officers who received a suspension from the council for […]

  • As the director of marketing, Becky Trigg is the face and voice of Mountain West Medical Center. Since last fall, she has also become accustomed to being a regular patient. Trigg was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis last December, a rare autoimmune disorder after symptoms she had attributed to other conditions worsened and eventually hospitalized her. […]

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