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…
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
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…
Uintah School District Board of Education holds a semi-annual meeting at Eagle View Elementa… 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.
- 2017 Utah Legislative Session Summary
- Positive Action by Local Principal and Parents Help Students to Problem Solve
- Proposed Legislation Seeks to Cure a Non-Existent Problem, Confuses Ideas of Intent and Effect, Has Unintended Negative Consequences, and Weakens Domestic Violence Laws in Utah
- The list of Top 100 Rural Hospitals is out, and we’re on it
- Release the Chokehold on America’s Energy Sector
- However we do it, we must invest more in education
Vernal City and Uintah County leaders are considering changes to the lighting along Aggie Blvd. and West Main St.