Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Propelling his wheelchair on stage, Josh Hinton performed in the First Act of “The Nutcracker” ballet on Friday and Saturday at Stansbury High School. “It was more of an acting role than a dancing role,” Hinton said. “The Nutcracker was awesome.” Charity Duersch, owner of The Dance Centre Studio in Stansbury Park and director of […]

  • Tooele Technical College has a new leader. The Board of Trustees for the Utah System of Technical Colleges announced Thursday the selection of Paul Hacking to serve as the president of Tooele Technical College. Hacking replaces Scott Snelson. Snelson announced in June 2017 that he would retire at the end of this year following a […]

  • The Tooele County School District may be a hard sell when it comes to deferring property tax revenue from a proposed retail center in Tooele City. The Tooele County School Board had a discussion about redevelopment agencies with Randy Sant, Tooele City’s economic development consultant, Tooele City Councilman Scott Wardle, and councilwoman and Tooele City […]

  • Grantsville City is cracking down on unwanted mailings, including the mailers arriving in green bags every week at residents’ homes, after the city council approved a new ordinance on commercial handbills. The new ordinance borrows heavily from the recent one passed by the Tooele City Council intended to solve the same problem. The Grantsville ordinance […]

  • Thanksgiving travelers should plan to leave early Tuesday and Wednesday if they want to avoid the heaviest holiday traffic, according to the Utah Department of Transportation. Traffic is expected to be heaviest Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, with a 25 percent increase in vehicles on the road compared to the 200,000 daily cars per day, a […]

  • A dog perished in a recreation vehicle fire on 500 North in Tooele on Monday morning. The driver of the RV was heading southbound on Main Street when he noticed something was wrong with the vehicle, according to Tooele City Fire Chief Bucky Whitehouse. After turning onto westbound 500 North, smoke began to pour from […]

  • The 40th annual Tooele Transcript Bulletin Christmas Benefit Fund is now accepting nominations and donations. Each nomination should include a description of the person’s or family’s challenges, as well as an explanation as to how the benefit fund could help them this Christmas. Last year’s benefit fund helped Eric and Brenda Anderson of Stansbury Park, […]

  • While most families will be preparing the turkey and all its fixings Thursday morning, many Tooele Valley families will be running in the 5th annual Side Dish Sprint. Runners will gather Thursday at 8 a.m. near the Erda LDS Church, 134 E. Erda Way, for a 3.1- or 6.2-mile family fun run. The event is […]

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