Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • A total of 15 Blue Peak High School students walked across the stage of their gym and picked up diplomas Monday night. Hope Meacham, a student speaker at the graduation, described to the commencement audience her path to graduation. She said her life changed in many ways after a serious accident in June 2015 left […]

  • If the 12 people who showed up at Grantsville City Hall last Thursday night were to rewrite Tooele County’s government, the county would have more commissioners — if taxpayers could afford them. That was the main theme heard by the Tooele County Government Study Committee at its first public input meeting. Grantsville City Councilwoman Jewel […]

  • Some of the best military, law enforcement and civilian shooters from around the state took part in the Dugway Police Department’s Tactical Top Shot 3-Gun Competition on Friday. The event, now in its sixth year, added a shotgun course and a long-distance rifle range, with targets up to 425 meters away. Dugway Police Chief Phillip […]

  • A new smart phone app has led to a 24-percent drop in suicides in Utah since it went online in January, according Utah State Sen. Daniel Thatcher. The senator was one of five people who spoke Thursday night at a meeting focused on ways religious leaders can help members of their congregations who may be […]

  • Tooele County Sheriff Paul Wimmer recognized the accomplishments of the department’s employees during an award banquet Friday evening at Tooele Applied Technology College. As in years past, the banquet was held in conjunction with National Police Week, which was May 14-20. Wimmer acknowledged Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Eric Ellsworth and West Valley City Officer Cody […]

  • Editor’s note: This is the third installment of a multi-part series about a consultant’s research findings on tourism in Tooele County. If Tooele County were a person, it might need a therapist to help it deal with a split personality disorder. Hired by the Tooele County Commission to develop a positive tourism brand campaign, the […]

  • A zoning change will allow a real estate developer to move forward with a plan to build 125 townhouses on 9.15 acres in Tooele City. The city council on Wednesday approved a resolution with a unanimous vote to change the zoning at approximately 850 N. 100 East from general commercial to high-density residential. After an […]

  • Add the “Mayor Patrick H. Dunlavy Leadership Scholarship” to a growing list of scholarships available for Tooele High School seniors. The first scholarship in honor of Tooele City’s mayor was awarded to Tiffanee Bird on May 14 during scholarship night at Tooele High School. Ed Dalton, executive director of the Tooele Education Foundation, spoke at […]

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