Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

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National Newspaper Week: America Needs Journalists

Tuesday, October 6th, 2020

National Newspaper Week: America Needs Journalists

October 4-10 is National Newspaper Week. It is sponsored by the Newspaper Association Managers, a professional organization of executives of state, regional, national and international newspaper associations headquartered in the United States and Canada. The week is...

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Back to School

Tuesday, September 1st, 2020

Back to School

Over 16,000 local kindergarten through twelfth grade students have returned to school this fall in Tooele County. This includes students in the Tooele County School District, Saint Marguerite Catholic School, and the three charter schools in Tooele...

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Welcome Switchpoint

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Welcome Switchpoint

We welcome Switchpoint to Tooele County.  As reported in the Tooele Transcript Bulletin, Tooele County has entered into an agreement with Switchpoint Services, a nonprofit organization based in St. George, to operate the Tooele County Food Bank,...

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A peaceful protest and a thank you for service

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

A peaceful protest and a thank you for service

The organizers and participants in the protest march and rally held two weeks ago in Tooele City are commended for keeping their events safe and lawful. Some local residents and businesses were concerned that even the best...

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Congratulations to Tooele County’s graduating class of 2020

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020

Congratulations to Tooele County’s graduating class of 2020

This year’s senior class did not know their last day in school with their friends would be Friday the 13th of May. Even when the initial soft closure of school was announced there was hope it would...

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It’s O.K. to be orange

Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

It’s O.K. to be orange

Friday was Tooele County’s first orange day. Tooele County, along with most of the state, dropped from high risk red to moderate risk orange on May 1, in accordance with new directives from the county and the...

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Public meetings still public during pandemic

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Public meetings still public during pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven our local public bodies to find ways to hold public meetings while complying with health orders and directives to avoid public gatherings and maintain a six foot physical distance. In the last...

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Better prepared

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Better prepared

If you felt pangs of fear and doubt in Tooele County last week, you had good reason to and weren’t alone. There’s nothing like a pandemic and an earthquake to flip the comfortable rhythms of daily life...

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COVID-19

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has now reached Tooele Valley with the news that a local man has tested positive for COVID-19. The man, who is under 60 years old, reportedly got exposed during contact with a confirmed COVID-19...

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Be counted

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020

Be counted

Local residents who want to see less traffic on state Route 36, or more retail and eatery choices in Tooele Valley, will want to stand up and be counted. More representation in the U.S. Congress could be...

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