Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • As a snowy winter looks to be slowing down, Tooele County Emergency Management is keeping a careful eye on the snow on the county’s peaks. By the end of January, the overall snow-water equivalent for the county was 173 percent of median, according to local SnoTel sites. How quickly that snowpack melts and heads down […]

  • Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall said the state of the city “is stronger than it has ever been” in its 150-year history during his address Wednesday evening. Marshall highlighted the addition of Purple, the Alpine-based mattress company, to the industrial base of the community and the 200 new jobs it brought. He also discussed the […]

  • With two new elementary schools scheduled to open in the fall and winter of 2017, the Tooele County School District is looking at boundary changes for the 2017-18 school year. Old Mill Elementary, in Stansbury Park north of state Route 138, will open in the fall of 2017. The new building for Sterling Elementary, on […]

  • The former Grantsville High football coach arrested and charged in connection with the sexual abuse of two underage female students is now facing an additional felony charge. Ware, 38, was charged with third-degree felony tampering with a witness during an appearance in 3rd District Court Tuesday afternoon. Ware is also charged with first-degree felony forcible […]

  • The Tooele County Economic Development Committee has a plan that hones incentives and establishes one policy for Tooele, Grantsville and the county to lure businesses to the area, according to an economic development official. Randy Sant, economic development consultant for Tooele City, unveiled an overview of proposed incentives to the Tooele City Council and staff […]

  • When Rylie Grissetti joined Tooele’s Boys & Girls Club 12 years ago, a staff member predicted she would be successful in the future. It turned out to be an accurate prediction and more. Last week, the 18-year-old Tooele High School senior was named 2017 Youth of the Year by the Utah Alliance of Boys & […]

  • Editor’s note: The following is the full text of Grantsville City Mayor Brent Marshall’s State of the City address that was given during Wednesday’s city council meeting. See related front-page story. Honorable city council, department heads, employees, and citizens, it is my distinct honor and great privilege this evening to report to you that the […]

  • Stansbury wrestler Logan Gustafson (center) reacts and is congratulated by Morgan opponent Antonio Nava after winning the 3A state championship in the 138-pound weight class. Gustafson defeated Nava in the final championship match with a 9-8 score.

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