Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • For the first time since Clar Hansen moved his Auto Center to Vine Street, the parking lot is empty. Clar’s Auto Center didn’t close. It moved to the Peterson/Ninigret Industrial Depot on Dec. 31. “They county bought my property in 2018 and gave me until the end of 2019 to move out,” said Ed Hansen, […]

  • More tax reform, education funding, air quality and transportation will be major topics during the 2020 Utah general legislative session, according to the two House members who represent Tooele County. “I expect we will spend time on tax reform,” said Rep. Doug Sagers, R-Tooele. “It’s something we will always be updating.” Rep. Merrill Nelson, R-Grantsville, […]

  • It worked once, so they’re trying it again. The Tooele County Commission wants to hire the same lobbyist, who helped with state funding for the Midvalley Highway, to lobby for more state funding for roads and transportation infrastructure in 2020. The County Commission held a first reading for the approval of a $60,000 contract with […]

  • A Tooele High School student who has autism met his hero this week. KSL meteorologist Kevin Eubank visited students in a special education class at Tooele High School on Tuesday afternoon after receiving an email from one of the students. Brock Lawrence, a senior at THS, calls Kevin Eubank his “weather hero,” according to Brock’s […]

  • Invisible to the eye and without any smell or taste, radon gas may leak unknowingly into your home, causing cancer. But exposure to radon is preventable with a simple inexpensive test. January is National Radon Action Month and local and state officials are urging Utah homeowners to test their homes for the cancer-causing gas. Radon […]

  • A collision involving four vehicles shutdown state Route 36 near Lake Point for around three hours Wednesday afternoon, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. Two vehicles were traveling southbound near mile post 63. One vehicle was driving reckless and attempted to pass the second vehicle in a left hand merge lane, according to a UHP […]

  • Snowpacks statewide hit the beginning of the year ahead of average, including in Tooele Valley where snow is piling up in the mountains, according to the Jan. 1, 2020 Water Supply Outlook Report from the National Resources Conservation Service Utah Snow Survey. “Utah’s snowpack for this winter is off to a good start,” reads the […]

  • A Wendover woman accused of killing her 15-month-old daughter in September 2017 has plead guilty to a second degree felony charge of child abuse homicide. The attorney for April Dawn Carter entered a change of plea notice in 3rd District Court on Jan. 7. Carter initially plead not guilty to a charge of first degree […]

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