Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Kids gather to see the Christ child at the live nativity on display at J. Reuben Clark Historic Farm on Saturday night.  

  • Tooele City will get $1.3 million for farm property it sold last week after a public hearing on the sale went without citizen comment. Last Wednesday night at City Hall, the City Council approved a real estate purchase contract with Six Mile Ranch, Inc., for the sale of the 1,784-acre sod farm at 3409 N. […]

  • Editor’s note: The Casey and Alicia Walter family of Tooele is the chosen beneficiary of this year’s Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund. They are in need of community help due to the family’s financial challenges resulting from the premature delivery of their daughter. Donations for the family will be accepted through Dec. 21. If her Tinkerbell […]

  • In the past year, the Utah Department of Transportation completed a handful of projects in Tooele County. The most noteworthy 2018 project — the replacement of the state Route 36 Lake Point interchange and Interstate 80 railroad overpass bridges at Black Rock — were featured in UDOT’s Top 10 projects for the year, but are […]

  • Tooele County now owns most of an entire block of downtown Tooele City. The Tooele County Commission approved real estate purchase contracts for Clar’s Auto Center and the Clayton Towers building when the it approved en masse the consent agenda during its Nov. 20 meeting. The consent agenda is a list of routine items, usually […]

  • The Stansbury Service Agency board looks to have a busy meeting Wednesday night, with a property tax increase and approval of the tentative budget on the agenda.  The meeting, set for 7 p.m. at the Stansbury Park Clubhouse, will begin with a pair of public hearings on the proposed tax increases for the Stansbury Recreation […]

  • Tooele Valley and Utah could use more snowstorms similar to the one back on Dec. 2 to help fill reservoirs for next spring, said Troy Brosten, hydrologist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). “It would be awesome to get a storm like that once a week for the rest of the winter,” he said. […]

  • A Sandy couple is facing multiple felony charges after they allegedly sexually exploited a minor victim, beginning when the victim was 14 years old.  Michael Daniel Mahoney, 57, and Christina Michele Mahoney, 33, are both charged with two counts of second-degree felony sexual exploitation of a minor and five counts of third-degree felony unlawful sexual […]

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