Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Students of all ages gathered in a small wooded park in Stansbury Park on Monday to say farewell to a teacher who started them on their education pathway. Karma Dale decided during this summer that she would retire after 13 years of teaching private pre-school in Grantsville, followed by 30 years of teaching kindergarten and […]

  • The U.S. Department of Education has awarded the Tooele County School District a $2.4 million grant to improve the learning environment in schools and promote school safety. The grant is one of 130 competitive grants awarded by the department of education to school districts and states, according to a statement released Sept. 23 by the […]

  • Volunteers from the West Desert Chapter of the Mule Deer Foundation will spend their free time over the next several months defending the species they love with chainsaws. Beginning next week, the group will descend on a 1,000-acre stretch of land in the southwest corner of Tooele County to remove junipers and pinion pines on […]

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that 12 samples from Utah tested positive for enterovirus, confirming officials’ concerns that the virus has spread to the state. Enterovirus, an uncommon but aggressive respiratory virus that is cousins with the common cold, began hospitalizing children in the Midwest in August. Since then, the CDC […]

  • Mountain men and gem enthusiasts are coming together this weekend for a free festival celebrating the American West. The 21st annual Festival of the Old West will set up camp in Tooele City Friday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to dusk, at the Dow James Building at 500 W. and 400 North. The festival will include […]

  • Despite elevated levels of viral activity this fall, statewide reports of West Nile have decreased significantly — a feat the state veterinarian attributes to high vaccination rates. The state has seen just three confirmed cases of West Nile in horses this year — a notably low number, especially during a year where West Nile is […]

  • Librarians at the Tooele City Library have spent the better part of a month asking residents to sign up for free services. The library celebrates “library card month” each September, and marks the event with a series of promotions geared toward helping city residents make full use of the services the library has to offer, […]

  • Tooele High School students didn’t head to class on Monday morning. Instead the class of 2015 scaled the side of a mountain and spent the morning laboring to protect the hillside site of Tooele’s iconic ‘T.’ And after their work was done, they returned that night for the traditional lighting of the landmark to kick […]

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