Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A fire that started behind a Grantsville home Thursday afternoon caused significant damage to the building. The fire is believed to have started on a sofa on a wooden porch behind the home at 20 West Cherry Street and was first reported at 12:56 p.m., according to Grantsville City Fire Chief Casey Phillips. There were […]

  • Five days. That’s how much time is left before registration closes for Tooele City’s proposed curbside recycling program, and City Hall is still short of the required 20-percent participation rate. As of Wednesday, 1,436 utility account holders had registered to recycle, said Shilo Baker, assistant to the city’s redevelopment agency. To start a curbside recycling […]

  • One person spoke in favor of proposed changes to the health regulation for wastewater disposal during a public hearing on Tuesday. “After doing the density study in that area, I think there needs to be better control on individual septic systems and I would look at doing a sewer system in that area of Erda […]

  • As part of its lead-in to budget season, the Stansbury Park Service Agency board approved a cost-of-living adjustment and is considering options to aid the floundering profits of the community’s golf course. The board approved a 1.5-percent increase in pay for the service agency’s full-time employees, which will total five positions if the 2017 budget […]

  • The 25th annual Family Halloween Carnival will take place this weekend, followed by Tooele City’s traditional Downtown Trick-or-Treat on Oct. 31. The Halloween carnival is organized by Together With Youth, a coalition of multiple local organizations. It begins at noon and ends at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Dow James Building, located at 438 […]

  • Almost 14 months after the state Legislature approved a 7200 West Salt Lake City site for a new state prison, officials are just now about to close on buying the property. The state Division of Facilities Construction and Management reports that it is completing paperwork on the land purchase for the prison. The division expects […]

  • A 73-year-old man was hit by a pickup truck Tuesday evening on Main Street in Tooele, according to Tooele City police. The man, who was not identified by police, was crossing the roadway in the area of 450 North Main Street around 8:20 p.m. when he was struck by a 2012 Ford F-150 pickup truck, […]

  • Tooele High School has a new garden. School and community officials joined with members of Tooele High School’s Future Farmers of America to dedicate a new arboretum on the east side of the school’s industrial arts building Wednesday evening. While technically an arboretum is a collection of trees, the THS arboretum, dubbed “Buff Gardens,” is […]

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