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Upon the conclusion of the 2017 general session, the Uintah Basin's statehouse delegation deemed the session a success. The legislature passed 535 of the more than 1,200 bills filed this session and the Basin's three representatives and lone senator each made progress on key initiatives they…

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At their meeting on March 21, the Ballard City Council approved several Conditional Use Permits for oilfield companies and discussed road rebuilds, budget projects and the reconstruction of the Ballard City building. Read more

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Four elected officials from Uintah County were nominated to the Community Impact Board on Thursday.

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The Duchesne County Sheriff's Office put out a news release late Thursday evening after a news report discussing the deaths of two y…

If you’re itching to get out and collect antlers that fell off the …

The Uintah County Commission established a spring cleanup week, acc…

The normally quiet Roosevelt City Council meeting was anything but …

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A true test of strength and stamina didn't stop a group of 12 dedicated Crossfit enthusiasts from jumping over fire at the finish line while h… Read more

Uintah School District Board of Education holds a semi-annual meeting at Eagle View Elementa… Read more

If you've attended a sporting event or activity at Union High School this year, you've proba… Read more

Uintah School District held a Hope Week from Monday, March 13, to Friday, March 17. During H… Read more

Uintah Basin robotics teams continue to take the state by storm, and thanks to a strong fini… Read more

A new bill before the Utah State Legislature, sponsored by Sen. Ann Millner, R-Ogden, could require teachers to pass an exam demonstrating their ability to teach. Millner compared the new test to board exams for lawyers or physicians.

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Uintah isn't under the radar anymore in the Class 4A boys soccer division after upsetting No. 2 ranked Maple Mountain 5-0 on Friday night at Coach Belcher Stadium. Read more

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Union proved a point with its 3A Cougars knocking off larger school Timpanogos (4A) in Utah … Read more

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Uintah's home softball opener was put on hold after a downpour of rain on Wednesday night fo… Read more

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Union beat Grantsville 3-1 on a complete game by Cougar starter, Logan Duncan who gave up on… Read more

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Repertory Dance Theatre (RDT) came to the Uintah Basin between March 22 and March 24. During the company's days here, it trained with students throughout the Basin and hand picked roughly 10 students from Roosevelt, Vernal and Duchesne to perform at the Vernal Middle School on March 24 with RDT.

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