Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A white minivan and a pickup truck pulling a horse trailer were involved in an accident near the intersection of Main Street and 200 South in Tooele Saturday afternoon. The pickup truck was heading northbound on Main Street around 3 p.m. when the collision with the minivan occurred, according to Tooele City Police Sgt. Tanya […]

  • A semitrailer overturned south of the intersection of state Route 36 and Bates Canyon Road Friday afternoon. A car heading northbound on SR-36 turned left on a yellow light, causing the southbound semitrailer to swerve to avoid a collision, according to Utah Highway Patrol. The semi driver attempted to correct following the evasive maneuver and […]

  • Wednesday morning with one-day left of school, Mrs. Feldman’s class at Copper Canyon Elementary School was learning about “kindness.” The students were gathered in a small group sitting on a rug at the front of the classroom. Despite the warm spring day and the looming summer vacation, the students were listening intently as the teacher […]

  • The Tooele County School District will bump up the salary of a first year teacher by $3,858 as part of a plan to attract teachers from a competitive market. The 11.6 percent increase takes effect for the 2017-18 school year. All other teachers in the school district will also receive a $3,858 raise, according to […]

  • Patriotic music, special guest speakers, 21-gun salutes, prayers and other activities are scheduled for Monday as part of Memorial Day observances in Grantsville and Tooele. The national holiday commemorates all men and women who have died in military service for the United States. “Our event has gotten bigger and bigger each year and we expect […]

  • The Stansbury Park Service Agency will submit a request for proposals on the engineering, design and project management of an underpass below state Route 138 at Porter Way Park after its board voted for approval Wednesday night. The requests for proposal are the next step in the process of constructing the underpass, which would serve […]

  • Following a year of changes, the Grantsville City Police Department honored its best and brightest officers at its annual awards banquet Tuesday evening. Grantsville City Police Chief Jacob Enslen, who joined the department in March, attended his first banquet with his family — including his parents from Alabama — and spoke about the family feel […]

  • Utah Motorsports Campus expects hundred of cars this weekend, but they won’t be racing on the track. Instead, UMC is hosting Utah’s inaugural Cruzer Palooza Car Show on Saturday and Sunday. “Our facility is 511 acres in size,” said UMC General Manager Willem Geyer, “and we are always looking for good ways to utilize all […]

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