Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Workers are on the fast track to completing repairs at Tooele City’s Pratt Aquatic Center and the facility is tentatively scheduled to reopen on March 6, according to a city official. “Work on the pool began right on schedule on Feb. 13,” said Brian Roth, the city’s parks and recreation director.  “The contractor now is […]

  • The Grantsville City Council began to review options to increase the city’s water rates during a work session last Wednesday evening at City Hall. The city is looking to raise its water rates for two reasons — to comply with state requirements and generate enough revenue to afford several big ticket construction projects critical to […]

  • Tooele County and Tooele City are evidently close to finalizing a temporary agreement for handling wastewater services at Deseret Peak Complex and Utah Motorsports Campus. In a letter dated Feb. 9, the Tooele County Commissioners informed Tooele City Mayor Patrick Dunlavy that they  agree to sign a contract for wastewater services with an entity other […]

  • Citizens and users of Deseret Peak Complex got to see a draft master plan with possible options for the facility during a public open house last Wednesday. Held at the Tooele County Building, the open house featured architectural renderings that expand and diversify the facility’s venues and show what the facility may look like in […]

  • Maxine Grimm was remembered by family and friends during funeral services Saturday as a kind and gentle woman who loved all people and lived a life of faith, hope and charity. “She lived a righteous life her mother would be proud of,” said granddaughter Genny Campbell while re-telling Maxine’s life before a packed congregation at […]

  • One Tooele County legislator is trying to talk NASA into locating a test facility in the county for commercial unmanned aircraft systems commonly known as drones. Rep. Doug Sagers, R-Tooele, has introduced House Concurrent Resolution 21, a non-binding piece of legislation that throws the moral support of the state behind NASA selecting Tooele County for […]

  • The Grantsville City Council approved replacing a part-time building inspector position with a full-time building inspector during its meeting last Wednesday night. Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall said the full-time position, which will be filled by the current part-time inspector, is necessary due to major commercial projects taking up the time of building official Mike […]

  • Students at Stansbury High School are climbing onboard an insurance company’s initiative to increase safe driving behavior and reduce teen automobile crash deaths. Stansbury High School students signed and raised a #GetThereSafe flag during school on Friday. The #GetThereSafe flag is part of Allstate Insurance Company’s effort to encourage safe driving habits among teen drivers. […]

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