Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • While the official start of the holiday season has morphed into a four-day event, the day after Thanksgiving, known as Black Friday, will remain the biggest shopping day of the year in 2017, according to the National Retail Foundation. To support Tooele Transcript Bulletin readers’ quest for Black Friday bargains, today’s edition is stuffed with […]

  • The rejected buyer of the former Miller Motorsports Park and Tooele County have come to an agreement that may end a protracted legal battle that has plagued the county’s attempt to sell the racetrack for the last two years. But the agreement comes with a price. The Tooele County Commission unanimously approved a settlement with […]

  • The Tooele County Commission limited any increase in the county’s portion of property taxes in 2018 to 5 percent. The 5-percent cap, which applies separately to both the county general/health department property tax levy and the municipal services property tax levy, was approved by the county commission during it Tuesday night meeting. “We still don’t […]

  • Tooele County’s tentative 2018 budget is up $1.9 million from the 2017 budget for a possible 3.2 percent increase. The Tooele County Commission adopted a $60.3 million tentative budget for all county funds for 2018 during its Tuesday night meeting. The 2017 budget totaled $58.5 million. The county budget consists of 11 different funds. For […]

  • Mountain West Medical Center’s new salad bar provides a healthy eating alternative for hospital employees, patients and their families and friends. But they are not the only ones who can benefit from the new feature. The salad bar is available to anyone. “Our salad bar and cafeteria are open to the public,” said MWMC dietitian […]

  • Grantsville residents will get early word on their status as naughty or nice when Santa Claus arrives on Saturday night for the annual Light Parade. The sixth edition of the holiday parade will begin at 6 p.m. at Grantsville City Hall, traveling west down Main Street to Academy Square on Center Street, near the city’s […]

  • The Tooele County Commission voted to table a resolution that would separate the county clerk/auditor position into two separate positions during its Tuesday night meeting. County commissioner Myron Bateman made the motion to table the resolution citing the need for public input before the commission votes on the resolution. However, Bateman said he supports the […]

  • An Iowa woman made her initial appearance in 3rd District Court on Monday after she was arrested for drug possession following a traffic stop in which the driver failed to signal. Diane Louise Brazell, 51, of Fort Dodge, is charged with second-degree and third-degree felony counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class C […]

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