Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Water service from Settlement Canyon Irrigation Company will be shut off this Friday after dropping 30 inches per week during July. The reservoir was down to 23 inches at the beginning of the week, said Gary Bevan, irrigation company president. Despite repeated efforts to issue restrictions aimed at cutting back on water use, Bevan said […]

  • It’s been a dry couple of weeks for Stockton residents, but the town’s water situation may improve. Residents were ordered not to use culinary water for outdoor watering after a July 16 wildfire damaged one of the town’s two storage tanks. Stockton Mayor Mark Whitney said because of the damaged tank, residents have only been […]

  • After three consecutive years of growth during the second quarter of the year, the housing market in Tooele County remained stable in the second quarter of 2014. According to statistics from the Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Service, there were 277 single-family homes sold in Tooele County in the three months of the second quarter […]

  • The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and a Tooele County resident have filed suit against the Tooele County Commissioners and the Utah Attorney General to halt the progress of a two-year-old legal battle regarding some of the county’s most remote roads. In 2012, the Utah Attorney General’s office filed 13 lawsuits on behalf of 13 counties, […]

  • A former head of Brigham Young University’s athletic department has been selected to be the next director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. Gov. Gary Herbert has named Val Hale as GOED’s new director. “Val is a man of extraordinary experience, talent and drive, with a unique background in economic development, marketing, public relations, […]

  • Three generations of a family rooted in Pine Canyon have joined forces to bring a preschool to Tooele County that features direct instruction. Sisters Jodee McNutt and Melissa Albrecht, along with Jodee’s daughter, Alexandra Dewsnup, will serve as instructors for the Advanced Learning Preschool. The school will be located in the basement of Sally Dewsnup, […]

  • It’s supposed to be a fun night of family activity, but the event’s real bottom line is to let criminals know that citizens are fighting back. From 5-7 p.m. next Tuesday, the Tooele City Police Department will host a “National Night Out Against Crime” at Tooele City Park. The free event is open to all […]

  • Over 400 Tooele County residents and other guests gathered at Deseret Peak Complex July 25-26 to hear local musical talent perform at the 4th annual Beanstock Benefit. For one full bag of groceries, people were admitted to the complex for the benefit’s activities. The Beanstock weekend included music, dancing, camping, and a community potluck dinner […]

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