Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • After being re-elected to a third term last November, Stockton Mayor Mark Whitney is stepping away from the position at the end of the month. Whitney said he’s proud of his accomplishments as mayor during his tenure. He said he believes the town is in good shape with a team in place to ensure a […]

  • If you can afford at least $2.6 million, Harris Elementary School could be yours. The Tooele County School Board voted to declare the school as surplus property at a meeting Tuesday and to sell it to the highest bidder above the appraised value of $2.6 million. Harris Elementary became empty on Jan. 2 when Sterling […]

  • Property owners along Rabbit Lane in Erda spoke in favor at a public hearing Tuesday night of closing the narrow, one-mile long county road to motorized vehicles as long as they can access their farmland that borders the route. Rabbit Lane runs north from Church Street to Stallion Way west of Stansbury High School. The […]

  • Money for Medicaid and education will be among the top priorities for the 2018 state legislative session that opens on Jan. 22, according to Tooele County’s legislators. “The budget is one of the most important things we do every year,” said Rep. Merrill Nelson, R-Grantsville. Once revenue projections are confirmed, funding for education and Medicaid […]

  • Reconstruction of the Donner Reed Museum’s crumbling walls finally began this fall and have continued into winter. On Wednesday, the Grantsville City Council approved additional funds to finish structural work on the historic adobe building during its evening meeting. The city secured $158,000 in grant money and city funds for repairs last year, and approved […]

  • The Tooele City Redevelopment Agency and Tooele County School District plan to sign an interlocal agreement to entice commercial development on 31 acres of open land near Main Street. The City’s RDA, which is comprised of Mayor Debbie Winn and the City Council, passed a resolution Wednesday night to participate with the school district and […]

  • The West Valley City man charged in the 2011 death of Evelynne Derricott is scheduled to stand trial this June. Rogelio Diaz Jr, 25, is charged with first-degree felony murder, first-degree felony aggravated burglary and second-degree felony theft. He pleaded not guilty to the charges during an appearance in 3rd District Court in November 2016. […]

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