Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A collection of art by three Vietnam War veterans is on display at the Grantsville City Library. The Utah Arts and Museums’ traveling exhibit, “Vietnam Veterans: Art Beyond Combat,” opened at the library on March 12 and will continue through April 23. The exhibit features the work of Dan Maynard, Carl Purcell and John Steele. […]

  • After three years of effort a bill that enhances penalties for crimes based on the targeting of victims has passed the Utah State Legislature. Senate Bill 103, Victim Targeting Penalty Enhancements, passed the House and the Senate and is on its way to Gov. Gary Herbert’s desk. Sponsored by Sen. Daniel Thatcher, R-West Valley City, […]

  • Two months after a water law expert deemed Stansbury Lake to be public, the Stansbury Service Agency board adopted an updated lake use policy at its meeting Wednesday night.  The updated lake use policy states the service agency maintains the lake “for the benefit of Stansbury Park residents and their accompanied guests,” but no longer […]

  • People who adopt wild horses or burros can now get $1,000 to help with initial care costs, according to the Bureau of Land Management. “The person adopting the animal receives $1,000 to help them get started,” said Carey McClellan, horse wrangler at the Delta Wild Horse and Burro Facility operated by the BLM. “They get […]

  • The Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company board re-elected a member and discussed the status of water in the county during its annual meeting for shareholders on March 5.  Board member Mike McCoy was re-elected to another three-year term at the meeting, according to irrigation company president Bob Clegg. Beyond the election of a board member, the […]

  • A Tooele man is being held without bail after he was charged with a felony in 3rd District Court for the third time since Jan. 28. Alejandro Sainz, 26, made his initial appearance in 3rd District Court before Judge Matthew Bates on charges of second-degree felony theft by receiving stolen property and misdemeanor possession of […]

  • A Tooele City man has been charged with felonies in 3rd District Court related to drug possession and firearm possession by a restricted person. Gary Paul Deherrera, 43, is charged with two counts of third-degree felony possession of a firearm by a restricted person, one count third-degree felony of causing or permitting a child to […]

  • The Tooele County Planning Commission approved a road that was already built and the closing of a road that was already closed during its March 6 meeting. The planning commission recommended that the County Commission approve a request from Chris Robinson, developer of Saddleback development in Lake Point, to vacate part of Sunset Road. It […]

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