Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele Technical College graduated their first class of Police Officer Standards and Training — POST — certified students on Thursday night. There were four graduates in the class. The POST program at Tooele Tech started in April 2019.The program provides training for special function officers, basic corrections officer, and law enforcement officers. At a POST […]

  • Startup work on the new highway intended to ease congestion at the state Route 36 interchange with Interstate 80 is expected to begin this week, according to Utah Department of Transportation.  Equipment and machinery should be moving into the area of the Midvalley Highway by the end of the week, according to a Facebook post […]

  • Tooele County authorities are considering filing legal charges against landowners that barred travel on roads for a 24-hour period that cross their property. The Leo Ault family notified the county by letter received on Sept. 7 that they would close the Jacob City Loop Trail and the Ophir Canyon Seven Mile Loop trail at locations […]

  • The Tooele County School District’s efforts to go public with its $190 million bond request has been met with an underwhelming response so far. One person spoke at the public hearing on the bond request at last week’s school board meeting and an audience of 12 showed up for the first of three planned public […]

  • North Tooele Fire District firefighters remained on scene Tuesday after an early morning wildfire destroyed an unoccupied cabin.  The initial call for a wildfire in the canyon went out after 1:30 a.m., according to North Tooele Fire District spokesman Jon Smith. The fire quickly spread and a cabin that was being used as a weekend […]

  • After being cleared to move ahead on construction of a pedestrian underpass of state Route 138, the project will now be delayed until next spring, according to Stansbury Service Agency general manager Gary Jensen.  With a late season start, Stapp Construction, the contractor on the project, is concerned it won’t have the affected section of […]

  • The Green Ravine Fire burned 2,119 acres east of Lake Point on the Oquirrh Mountains, according to final updated information on the blaze from Tooele County Emergency Management.  The cost to suppress the fire reached $1.2 million, while 188 firefighters were involved in battling the blaze at its peak, according to a Facebook post from […]

  • After 22 years of family practice in Tooele, a Tooele doctor is taking up professional sculpting. Dr. Carolyn Forbes recently opened Symphony Medical Spa in NorthPointe Medical Park in Tooele City, where she will offer body sculpting. “I may not be saving lives,” she said. “But I am bringing people happiness and helping them with […]

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