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Salt Lake City (Sept. 22, 2016) – A team of scientists led by James I. Kirkland, state paleontologist with the Utah Geological Survey (UGS), have published the initial results of a new study describing a huge Utah fossil block documented as the world’s first reported dinosaur death trap attributed to quicksand. Read more

Damage to the entrance at Ouray National Wildlife Refuge from the r…

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Randall Alan Flatlip was charged with rape of a child, a first-degr…

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Usually a rain storm is a blessing here in the Basin. But the storm…

Smiles were all around on Wednesday during a Uintah Basin Special Olympics bocce competition at the KOA Soccer Fields. Read more

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Most people use the internet multiple times during the day and that’s especially true for te… Read more

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One of the Basin's most challenging and unique 5K races is set to return next week, and this… Read more

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The Roosevelt library's summer reading program is always a huge hit, with hundreds of childr… Read more

Animals are a big part of people’s lives, especially here in the Basin. From your run-of-the-mill domesticated animals like dogs and cats, to those you would typically find in a rural setting like cows, chickens, goats and so forth. While most animals are well taken care of by their owners, …

Alison Bartholomen from Pleasant Grove had a winning debut at the Uintah Half Marathon taking the overall title in a time of 1:25:02.5, while running in rainy conditions. Read more

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Springville's size was put on display in a 54-10 win over the Uintah Utes on Friday night du… Read more

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Altamont and Union ended up on the losing side of the football in games played on Friday on … Read more

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Union lost a soccer match to Stansbury at Union 9-0, but Union's volleyball team beat Grants… Read more

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