Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele Technical College awarded 113 students with certificates of competency during the school’s fall graduation held last Thursday night. The number of graduates broke the school’s record of 106 graduates, which was set a year ago.  During the May 2018 graduation ceremony, Tooele Tech presented 98 certificates of competency to students. Last Thursday’s ceremony featured […]

  • The Tooele County Commission has already announced the $18.55 million sales price for Utah Motorsports Campus. However, the 2019 tentative budget unveiled last week reveals a $10.35 million cost for legal expenses and closing costs associated with the racetrack’s sale.  The $10.35 million also includes reimbursement for operating losses, capital purchases, and a management fee […]

  • In October the Tooele County School Board said it wasn’t interested in giving up property tax revenue to participate in tax incentive financing for new businesses, but last week the school board told representatives of a solar energy company that it is interested in a tax incentive agreement for a solar project in Tooele County. […]

  • It’s a time for generosity and being thankful, and Tooele County law enforcement agencies are doing their part to give back.  An annual tradition, the Tip a Cop fundraisers are set for Dec. 4 at Casa Del Ray in Grantsville and Dec. 6 at Jim’s Restaurant in Tooele, both events running from 5 p.m. to […]

  • The Grantsville company that created reflectors to keep birds safe from power lines has now done the same for helicopters.  FireFly Diverters, LLC, owned by Tim Chervick, created reflective avian diverters that are attached to power lines to prevent collisions. A similar principal went into diverters that protect helicopters landing in difficult conditions. Chervick, a […]

  • A wildfire reported Sunday afternoon on the west face of the Cedar Mountains near Delle burned 100 acres, according to the North Tooele Fire District. Firefighters were dispatched on a report of an outside fire in the remote area of Tooele County, North Tooele Fire District Chief Randy Willden said. When crews arrived on scene, […]

  • Hear Ye! Hear Ye! A royal feast with jugglers, jokers, singers, musicians and more is prepared for the public at Celebration Hall in Grantsville on Dec. 6-9 at 7 p.m. Celebration Hall owner Pamela Dale said her hall will be transformed into an 18th-century England manor on those nights for a “A Yuletide Feast.” “This […]

  • While the start of the holiday shopping season has expanded over the years, retail consultants expect Black Friday will retain its crown as the busiest holiday shopping day. This is true despite competition from pre-Black Friday sales, Thanksgiving Day shopping, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. “Our historical analysis indicates that Black Friday is again […]

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