Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • With new growth in the economic and education spheres, Tooele City Mayor Patrick Dunlavy said Wednesday the state of the city is “better than ever before.” Dunlavy began his annual State of the City address with a tribute to Unified Police Officer Doug Barney. Barney was killed Jan. 17 while on duty in Holladay, Utah. […]

  • A thankful Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall said the community is strong and heading in a positive direction during his State of the City address Wednesday night. “Over the past year, very little seemed routine,” he said. “In the face of real challenges, we have been able to look to the future because of the […]

  • Tooele County ended 2015 with unemployment down and the number of jobs available in the county up. The unemployment rate for Tooele County in December 2015 was 3.8 percent. It was 4.2 percent in December 2014 and 3.9 percent in November 2015, according to initial employment information released last week by the Utah Department of […]

  • Residents of the former S&W Trailer Park in Lake Point aren’t happy. The new owner of the Lake Point Trailer Park has raised their monthly rent for a trailer pad from $150 per month to $250 per month. “I’ve lived here for 15 years,” said Ray Ingledue. “My rent was $125 for a long time. […]

  • Tooele County is the third highest in the state for arthritis, according to a recent state report. The report states 26.1 percent of adults in Tooele County have arthritis. Only two other health districts have a higher rate: southeastern Utah at 28.8 percent and central Utah at 27.5 percent. The state arthritis rate is 20.1 […]

  • Editor’s note: The following is the full text of Tooele Mayor Patrick Dunlavy’s State of the City address that was given during Wednesday’s Tooele City Council meeting. See related front-page story. I would like to take a moment to pay tribute to Unified Police Officer Doug Barney, who lost his life in the service to his […]

  • Editor’s note: The following is the full text of Grantsville Mayor Brent Marshall’s State of the City address that was given during Wednesday’s Grantsville City Council meeting. See related front-page story. Honorable city council, department heads, employees, and citizens, it is my distinct honor and great privilege this evening to report to you that the […]

  • Last September, a fiery semitrailer wreck claimed the sign outside of the Oquirrh Mountain Inn in Lake Point. Nearly five months later, a new sign — and new name — adorn the hotel, which was opened in 1984. Now the sign for the Oquirrh Mountain Inn will greet travelers at exit 99 on Interstate 80 […]

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