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Christmas benefit fund thank you

Wednesday, January 5th, 2022

Christmas benefit fund thank you

Tooele Transcript Bulletin readers and other county residents responded to the 2021 Transcript Bulletin Benefit Fund request with $15,495.20 of donations for the Fisher family of Tooele City. The Transcript Bulletin thanks all the people that donated...

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Congratulations to our football winners

Tuesday, November 16th, 2021

Congratulations to our football winners

Playing football is not an easy task.  Every fall hundreds of high school students in Tooele Valley turnout for the sport. They work hard, in both practice and games. Individual talent combined with team effort build a...

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Okay, UDOT, we have a problem here

Tuesday, November 9th, 2021

Okay, UDOT, we have a problem here

To reword a famous understatement from astronaut James Lovelll after an explosion crippled Apollo 13, “Okay, UDOT, we had a problem here.” It has been just over one week since the Midvalley Highway opened and we’ve had...

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Midvalley Highway done, what’s next?

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021

Midvalley Highway done, what’s next?

The first phase of the Midvalley Highway opened early on Saturday morning. The new 4.5 mile highway departs from I-80 about five miles west of exit 99 at Lake Point and ends up at state Route 138...

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Transcript Bulletin joins press association’s ‘Relevance Project’

Tuesday, September 28th, 2021

Transcript Bulletin joins press association’s ‘Relevance Project’

When it comes to saving local newspapers, the solutions won’t be found in web metrics, ad rates or shrinking news holes. The solution, seemingly simple yet terrifying complicated, is for newspapers to reconnect with the people they’re...

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Thank you for united 9/11 remembrance

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021

Thank you for united 9/11 remembrance

“We did not lose. They lost. … We are still a free nation.” Grantsville Mayor Brent Marshall spoke those words after a 6:46 a.m. siren sound, a flag raising ceremony by his city’s volunteer fire department, and...

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COVID-19 vaccines work

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines work

Fifty Tooele County residents have died as a result of COVID-19 since the first death in our community on Oct. 1, 2020. And no, that number has not been inflated to make more money for hospitals or...

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Independence Day celebrated

Tuesday, July 6th, 2021

Independence Day celebrated

Tooele County citizens celebrated the Fourth of July or Independence Day this past weekend with great flair and safety. There were fireworks, parades, races, concerts, rodeos, breakfasts and other events scattered throughout the county as residents came...

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Now is the time

Tuesday, June 8th, 2021

Now is the time

Sandwiched somewhere in the June 1st issue of the Transcript Bulletin — between stories about the 1,020 students that graduated from high school in Tooele County in 2021 — was a seemingly unrelated story about an open...

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Let’s all drive a little more careful out there

Tuesday, May 4th, 2021

Let’s all drive a little more careful out there

Any Tooele County commuter can tell you state Route 36 is very busy.  In the morning and evening rush hour time, it seems like the question is not “Will there be an accident?” but “Where and when...

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