Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall expressed his frustration with ballooning dispatch fees to Tooele County Sheriff Paul Wimmer during Wednesday’s city council meeting. For the second year in a row, Grantsville City faces an increase in dispatch fees of more than $22,000. In 2015, the city paid $95,139 in dispatch fees; that figure will jump […]

  • Tooele City leaders are officially exploring the possibility of using a bond to pay off a court settlement. The bond would be for no more than $12.2 million with an annual interest rate no higher than 6 percent, last no longer than 22 years and be funded using revenue from sales tax or franchise tax, […]

  • The Grantsville City Council reviewed more detailed plans for how a proposed $3.6 million police station and court complex could be designed during a work meeting Wednesday. Architect Jim Child of JRCA Architects, a Salt Lake City-based firm, presented the floor plan for a 12,800-square-foot building, which is about 900 square feet smaller than a […]

  • A group of 50 people gathered at Tooele Applied Technology College on Wednesday to screen a mock documentary on bullying. The Life’s Worth Living Foundation sponsored the public viewing of the independent film “A Girl Like Her.” Funded by crowdsourcing and released in 2015, “A Girl Like Her” uses a documentary and hidden camera approach […]

  • The Tooele City Council approved two new road projects collectively worth more than $1 million during a meeting Wednesday. The projects are part of the city’s 2016 roadway improvements and paid for with the Class C road fund, said city engineer Paul Hansen. The first project affects several residential roads throughout the city, including parts […]

  • The Grantsville City Council unanimously approved the plat for a cemetery extension located northeast of the Clark Historic Farm during its meeting Wednesday night. The 6.8-acre property will be developed in several phases as the lots are prepared and sold. A conditional use permit for the cemetery extension was approved in December by the Grantsville […]

  • A rejected charter school application for a charter school in Stansbury Park has been revived. A revised application for Bonneville Academy, a kindergarten through eighth grade charter school to be built in the Stansbury Park area, was approved by the state charter school board on May 12. The Utah State Board of Education turned down […]

  • Tooele County lost a hometown hero last week. Robert Brand, a pioneer in Tooele Valley’s mosquito control program, passed away on May 12 surrounded by his family. He considered himself an ordinary man who made mistakes just like everybody else. And maybe he was ordinary — but he was also extraordinary in his way, according […]

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