Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • The Tooele City Fire Department opened it doors to the community Saturday as part of National Fire Prevention Week.

  • One week didn’t change any minds. The Tooele County Government Study Committee voted 8-0 to recommend a five-member elected county council with an appointed manager as the form of government for Tooele County during its meeting Thursday. One member was absent, but prior to the meeting, indicated a preference for the council/manager form of government […]

  • Concrete barriers installed in the median of a four-mile section along state Route 36 from Stansbury Park to Erda should make the road safer, according to a Utah Department of Transportation spokesman. Work on the project, which runs from Erda Way to the intersection of SR-36 and 138, started in September and should be finished […]

  • Despite the state school board’s delay of implementing a decision revising junior high curriculum requirements, the Tooele County School Board has taken a stand. The local school board adopted a policy revision that essentially keeps junior high course requirements as currently outlined, but allows for a process for parents to request to replace some required […]

  • Tooele Technical College and the Tooele City Redevelopment Agency will team up to build and operate a 16,000-square-foot business resource center on land currently owned by the RDA at 200 S. Tooele Blvd. The land is located in the city’s “Education Corridor” and west of the new Utah State University Science and Technology Building. TTC […]

  • An unidentified male broke into the Fraternal Order of the Eagles in Tooele and authorities are looking for information leading to an arrest. Tooele City police were contacted Friday morning about a break-in at the Eagles Lodge on 1st Street, according to Tooele City Police Sgt. Tanya Kalma. The suspect forced entry into a window […]

  • A Tooele man has been charged with felony kidnapping after he allegedly forced a woman into his car and assaulted her. David Alan Eliason, 70, is charged with first-degree felony aggravated kidnapping and misdemeanor counts of violation of protective order and assault. A Tooele City police officer was dispatched to the Tooele County Court Complex […]

  • Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company shut down its system for the season on Saturday and Grantsville Irrigation Company will do likewise this Friday, irrigation officials said. “It takes two weeks to drain the entire system so some people will still have water for a day or two after it is shut down,” said Jake McArthur, watermaster […]

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