Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A group of 33 high school students, age 18 and older, graduated from high school Friday night in a ceremony held in the gym at the Community Learning Center. The students completed all of the Utah State Board of Education’s requirements for high school graduation. They did not receive a general education development equivalency diploma, […]

  • The Class of 2016 has officially graduated from Tooele High School. “We made it, everybody,” said graduate Caleb Anderton in his address. “I just want to go congratulate us, once again, for making it this far.” Anderton was one of 390 former high school seniors listed on the program. The commencement was held at the […]

  • Grantsville High School’s Class of 2016 brought their high school experience to a close Thursday at the University of Utah’s Jon M. Huntsman Center. After opening remarks to 175 graduates from senior class president Kaitlyn Favero, class historian Rebecca Toone gave a brief history of the graduating class during the commencement ceremony. She noted the […]

  • The creativity and wit of the Stansbury High School class of 2016 were on display during their graduation ceremony Friday evening at the Jon M. Huntsman Center on the University of Utah campus. While the ceremony followed the usual tropes of high school graduations with speakers, performances and cap tossing, the seniors injected some of […]

  • Republican voters will have three choices in June’s primary election for Tooele County commissioner. At the Tooele County Republican Party convention in April, incumbent Shawn Milne fell two votes short of advancing directly to the general election without a primary. Gordon Beals garnered 45 votes to Milne’s 66 on the third ballot at the Republican […]

  • Thanks to quick action taken by two second-grade students, a local woman not only survived a stroke, she may make a complete recovery. Last month, Gloria Thacker, 67, was working in the computer lab at Northlake Elementary when she began suffering stroke symptoms. She was just on her way to get her next class, a […]

  • The Stansbury Park Service Agency is going through some growing pains as it considers policies that dictate use of the community’s lake and where food vendors will be permitted to operate. During its meeting last Wednesday, the service agency board tackled more of the issues with use of the private Stansbury Lake, which has become […]

  • Nine weeks since Richard Norby was wounded in the March 22 terror bombings in Brussels, Belgium, the former Tooele teacher is home in Lehi. Norby was discharged from University of Utah Hospital last Wednesday after spending more than two months in hospitals. “For our family, this day was an absolute miracle. He and our mother […]

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