Winnie Pilling, an elderly resident of Naples City, made impassioned remarks to the Naples City Council on Aug. 25, requesting the city install lighting along 1900 S. and in Naples City Park. It wasn't the first time she approached the council and likely won't be the last if lighting isn't installed. She believes adding lights would reduce the delinquent activities of local juveniles along… Read more
The Roosevelt Aquatics Center has already become a community staple in its first year being open. More people took advantage of the pool this summer than ever before. But with twice the amount of pool space, is the center making more money, losing money or just breaking even? Read more
Natasha Alissa Billsie, 32, was charged in 8th District Court, on A…
A column of smoke is rising in a remote section of the High Uinta w…
It looks like Christmas is coming early this year. The Community Im…
Duchesne County students head back to school on Aug. 24, which means Homecoming is just around the corner.
The first Law Enforcement Appreciation Night was held to honor the local officers, key note … Read more
During a series of open houses hosted by the US Forest Service and the Ashley National Fores… Read more
More than a dozen stargazers visited Dinosaur National Monument after dark on Aug. 24, 2016,… Read more
The newspaper industry is in a state of constant change. Large daily and small community newspapers have been changing their business model in an effort to survive, keep revenue up and the press running. UB Media, the publisher of the Uintah Basin Standard and the Vernal Express, is no different.
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