Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • An eight-year-old boy passed away following an accident on Monday, Feb. 6, on the playground at Rose Springs Elementary School in Stansbury Park. Tooele County Sheriff’s Department officers were dispatched to the school just after 10:15 a.m. on Monday after the boy slid down a spiral slide and went over the edge, falling to the […]

  • During this weekend’s Super Bowl game, in which the Kansas City Chiefs will be playing against the Philadelphia Eagles, some Tooele County viewers might recognize a couple players along the sidelines. Former Stansbury High football teammates Sua Opeta and Zayne Anderson find themselves on opposing teams this time around, with Opeta being a member of […]

  • Tooele City swore in a new police officer on Jan. 26. Joseph Gil became the city’s newest member of the city’s police force. “He was recently hired by us, able to go through the Police Academy, pass all the tests, and he’s finishing up training,” Cpl. Colbey Bentley, public information officer at the police department […]

  • While referendum supporters apparently failed to collect enough signatures to put Grantsville’s annexation of Six Mile Ranch and a few other properties on a ballot for the town’s voters to decide, a 3rd District Court judge still has the annexation on hold. Third District Court Judge Teresa Welch approved a preliminary injunction that stops Grantsville […]

  • Originally designed for people needing support while reentering society after incarceration, the Tooele County Reentry Resource Fair is a weekly event that shares resources for any county resident in need of stable housing, employment, treatment, physical and mental health care, naloxone access, education, programs for maintaining positive interpersonal relationships and community connection. The reentry fair […]

  • Local officials and Tooele Boys and Girls Club workers were able to view progress being made to the club’s new location just off Tooele’s Main Street on Jan. 25.   The new location, which is still under construction with a completion date of spring or summer, is located at 310 S. Main Street in an […]

  • The Grantsville Old Church Dinner Theatre presents a murder mystery full of twists and turns that will have everybody in the theater scratching their heads as they try to discover the identity of the killer. “The Unexpected Guest,” by Agatha Christie, relates the story of a stranger, lost in the fog, who seeks refuge at […]

  • Grantsville’s police chief is going home. Jacob Enslen announced that he will retire effective Feb. 16 and return home to family in Alabama. Grantsville City held a retirement party for Enslen on Jan. 27 from 5-8 p.m., open house style at the Grantsville Justice Center. During the party, many of Enslen’s friends, fellow officers, and […]

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