Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • It’s over — again. A recount of ballots cast on Nov. 5 has confirmed that the winner of the third seat on Tooele City Council is Tony Graf. The results of the recount were announced at Wednesday night’s Tooele City Council meeting. The results of the recount put Graf at 2,249 votes with the next […]

  • The Tooele City Council approved agreements for the completion of a three park projects with existing contracts at a business meeting Wednesday. The first park project presented to the City Council was a walkway for Elton Park at 400 N. Broadway and playground replacements for Parker’s Park and Gleneagle Park, located at 202 W. DiMaggio […]

  • According to extended forecasts from the National Weather Service,  Tooele City’s first snowfall of the season may arrive early next week.  In an announcement released on Nov. 1 via its official website, Tooele City reminded residents of city ordinances and guidelines pertaining to winter roadway parking, shoveling and snowblowing.  According to Tooele City Ordinance 10-3-6, […]

  • Students in Tooele High School’s pottery class have been busy finishing and firing ceramic bowls in preparation for the art department’s 10th annual Hot Soup – Warm Hearts night. This Friday from 5-8 p.m., the THS commons area will be filled with the aroma of hot soup accompanied by the ambience of music and dance […]

  • The 42nd annual Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund is now accepting nominations and donations. Each nomination should include a description of the challenges faced by the individual or family, as well as an explanation as to how the benefit fund could help them this Christmas. Last year’s benefit fund helped Alicia and Casey Walker […]

  • A future Erda resident has been given the go ahead to operate an agricultural industry or business from her property in an east Erda residential neighborhood. The Tooele County Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit Wednesday that allows a wholesale growing and distribution of cut flowers on a 5-acre lot on Moyle Lane. The […]

  • The Tooele City Council passed an ordinance amending the city code regarding impact fee waivers for affordable housing at a business meeting Wednesday. The city council approved an update to the Tooele City General Plan to ensure it’s in compliance with Utah Senate Bill 34: Affordable Housing Modifications. SB 34 was passed in February 2019 […]

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