Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • You can, if you want to. That’s the message 60 Lake Point residents heard as they sat on folding chairs in the engine bays of the Lake Point fire station on Tuesday evening. The residents came to hear the results of an incorporation feasibility study completed by Zions Bank Public Finance. “The amount of revenue […]

  • Tooele County Commissioners have decided that they won’t hire a director of finance for the county by the end of this year. Their announcement on Wednesday reverses a decision they made a month ago. The new position was included in the 2015 tentative budget that was approved by the commissioners on Oct. 2. The next […]

  • Legend says that Halloween is the night when the worlds of the living and of the dead come closest, allowing spirits passage into the mortal realm. Since it can be difficult to tell the difference between real spirits and little kids dressed up like them, local health and safety officials would like to remind residents […]

  • Three finalists are up for taking over the position of justice of the peace in Grantsville, and the public is welcome to weigh in. The nominees for the vacancy in the Grantsville Justice Court, left open when Judge Dar Butcher resigned on Aug. 15, are all from Tooele Valley with past criminal justice experience. Gary […]

  • The 2014 Utah Legislature has put three requests for changes in the state constitution on the general election ballot this fall. The three constitutional amendments are sandwiched between a long list of judges and the school district’s general obligation bonds request towards the end of the ballot,. Legislators have asked voters to weigh in on […]

  • A Wendover man faces criminal charges after allegedly threatening his girlfriend with a knife. According to a probable cause statement, Bryant Lon Despain, 45, had been drinking when he and his long-time girlfriend began arguing over a computer. Despain began to insult the woman and accused her of infidelity. She got up to leave, according […]

  • When Tooele County commissioners eliminated two elected offices for 2015, they set the stage for an historic county election this fall. In January 2014, Commissioners Shawn Milne and Bruce Clegg voted to combine the offices of clerk and auditor effective on January 2015. Marilyn Gillette, two-term Republican county clerk, is in a battle to keep […]

  • A dispute over land usage rights near Stockton has resulted in criminal charges for a Texas man. According to a probable cause statement, a couple who said they had leased rights to a piece of property south of Stockton that had been sold to a new owner in September, took the new locks off the […]

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