Uninvolved Bystanders Lose Lives in Eagle Mountain Road Rage Incident: A Tragic Collateral DamageJuicy StacksNewsBreak Contributor
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Arrest Made After Shots Fired in Salt Lake City's Downtown Club District: An In-depth InvestigationJuicy StacksNewsBreak Contributor
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Tooele cops assure kids they don't need lemonade stand license
Two young entrepreneurs in Tooele thought their dreams of making a few bucks had come to a halt thanks to some wrong information by a resident.
Tooele Police Save 12-Year-Old from Submerged Vehicle in Local Reservoir
Article Link: https://utah.juicystacks.com/index.php/2023/06/05/tooele-police-save-12-year-old-from-submerged-vehicle-in-local-reservoir/. A daring operation led by Tooele police officers resulted in the life-saving rescue of a 12-year-old girl trapped in a sinking vehicle at the Settlement Canyon Reservoir.
What is that BOOM?
West Jordan residents have reported hearing booms and feeling rumblings over the last few weeks. We now know the culprit and know to expect more booms throughout the Summer and Fall. The Tooele Army Depot’s detonation season lasts from April 1st through October 31st. The detonations start in the morning...
Canyoneer killed in weekend accident at Little Cottonwood Canyon
A canyoneer died over the weekend in a rappelling accident in Little Cottonwood Canyon, authorities said.
Man arrested after allegedly following children home from Salt Lake school for more than a week
SALT LAKE CITY — A man who police say has been following three children walking home from school for about a week-and-a-half has been arrested. Nicholas Jacob Muenchow, 33, was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Monday for investigation of three counts of voyeurism against a child under the age of 14, interfering with an arresting officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Settlement Canyon Reservoir spilling over after reaching maximum capacity
Settlement Canyon Reservoir has started to spill over after having reached its maximum capacity, according to Tooele City.
The Last Utah Pioneer
Grantsville resident Hilda A. Erickson 1859-1968 ♦. Before the coming of the transcontinental railroad in 1869, approximately 80,000 Saints traveled to the Salt Lake Valley within a 22 year period beginning in 1847. Nearly all made the trek in ox-driven wagons, on horseback, pulling handcarts, or on foot. These hardy souls are considered the Utah Pioneers. Most traveled in companies with other emigrants, normally consisting of around 150 men, women, and children. At the age of only six years, Hilda Erickson was among the last of these companies, arriving in 1866.
Family in and out of the water
After a long 16-year wait, the Tooele Water Polo club finally reached the top of the mountain and took state last month. Prior to this, the last state title was in 2007, before many of the current players learned to walk. On May 20, this year’s team defeated the Wasatch...
Late-game comeback leads to Buffaloes 4-1 victory over Highland
Tooele High wins first game of summer league baseball season ♦. On May 31, the Tooele High School Buffaloes baseball team kicked off the 2023 summer league with a home-opener against the Highland High Rams. In a tightly-contested affair that was close most of the game, Tooele pulled off a come-from-behind win.
After recent tragic events, emergency personnel urge public to use caution
SALT LAKE CITY — In light of three recent tragic events in Utah’s mountains, Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue is urging those planning a trip into the mountains to be more aware of their surroundings and potential hazards. In a Facebook posting, Salt Lake County...
Fire Safety Season
Summer is a time for outdoor activities and enjoying the warm weather, but it’s also when we must be extra cautious about fire safety. Your South Jordan City Fire Department wants to ensure you and your loved ones stay safe while having fun this summer. It is important to...
In 1973, Tooele High pitcher Larry Jensen signs with Cincinnati Reds
The Tooele Transcript Bulletin has published Tooele County news since 1894. Here is a flashback of local front-page news from 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago that occurred during the second week of June. June 9-11, 1998. The threat of imminent rain drove the commencement exercises at Tooele High...
Family desperate for answers in search for missing teen offers $30K reward
TOOELE – The family of a missing Tooele teen is now offering a $30,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts. "We're doing this because I want it to be so tempting that if you know where she's at, you'll tell us where she's at," Breann Sagers, the aunt of Kandis Harris, said.
Uninvolved Bystanders Lose Lives in Eagle Mountain Road Rage Incident: A Tragic Collateral Damage
In an unfortunate event resulting from a road rage confrontation, two innocent bystanders lost their lives in a head-on collision in Eagle Mountain, Utah. The victims, a 48-year-old man and a 47-year-old woman from Salt Lake County, were fatally caught up in the incident on Sunday afternoon.
Sailboats return to Great Salt Lake Marina
REPLAY: ABC4 News at 4 p.m. Good4Utah: Utah graduate goes viral for heart touching …. A graduate from Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah is going viral after posting a heart-touching tribute song he sang during his school's graduation ceremony. Utah’s senators commemorate the 75th anniversary …. Senators...
Utah Food Bank, school districts offering free meals for kids this summer
As schools let out, children in many parts of Utah will still have a place to eat during the summer months.
Upcoming Construction Projects in West Jordan: Widening 9000 South and Developing the West Corridor
West Jordan's 9000 South is undergoing changes on both the east and west sides. The Utah Department of Transportation plans to widen 9000 South between Redwood Road and 700 West, adding a new eastbound and westbound lane, buffered bicycle lanes, and continuous sidewalks.
Behind the Badge: Learning how to fight fires in ‘Fire School’
MAGNA, Utah (ABC4) – For anyone who ever wanted to be a firefighter for a day, a few lucky people in Salt Lake County recently got their chance. One of those lucky few was ABC4’s own Brian Carlson. He goes inside the Unified Fire Authority and their local union‘s “Fire School” in this edition of Behind the Badge.
Bingham football to play arguably the toughest schedule in Utah, headlined by a home game vs No. 4 team in America
If you ask Bingham head coach Eric Jones, Bingham football may have the toughest road to hoe in Utah high school football. Or blast through, as the case may be for a Miners team coming off one of the most successful seasons in years. “We play arguably one of the...
Riverton Elementary sixth graders successfully propose water dispensers for portable classrooms
Mr. Howell’s sixth grade class put on a play they wrote to advocate for water dispensers in portable classrooms. (William Howell/Riverton Elementary) One hot day in August, Will Howell was teaching his sixth graders in the portable classroom at Riverton Elementary when student after student continuously interrupted the lesson asking to go fill up their water bottle.
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