Wyatt Remund was a three sports star at Duchesne and ended his junior year by winning the 110 Meter Hurdles at the 1A State Track Meet and pla…
SALT LAKE CITY — Boyd K. Packer, president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died at ho…
A pair of athletes from Vernal and two from Roosevelt all finished in the top 10 in the Olympic division at the DinoTri Saturday in Uintah County.
Jensen, Utah and Dinosaur, Colo. – Fire crews at Dinosaur National Monument are responding to a lightning-caused fire in the Ecklund Draw area…
TriCounty Health Department is holding a period of public comment for proposed regulation for on-site waste-water systems in all unincorporate…
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tel. 435-781-2914100 East Main Street, Vernal, UT 84078
Precision mechanics is dedicated to providing friendly quality service at prices you can afford. Our labor rate is one of the lowest in the basin making repairs less of a frustration for you. We offer a wide range of mechanical services, from simple automotive repairs to transmission rebuilds. We also offer auto body repair. Our team has the knowledge and experience to get the job done at a fair price. In addition to mechanical and auto body wervice, we do truck bed liners and headlight restoration. We appreciate any and all business sent our way and strive to make your repair experience a pleasent one. We look forward to being your mechanic of choice!
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The year and a half long study to determine the cause of infant mortality rates in the Uintah Basin has been completed. The study conducted by the Utah Department of Health Division of Disease Control and Prevention and the Bureau of Epidemiology, Environmental Epidemiology Program listed the main causes of infant mortality to be developmental or genetic defect at the time of birth.
ROOSEVELT — A judge has suppressed all statements made to police by a former nurse accused of sexually abusing a patient after finding evidence of misconduct by the Roosevelt police detective who investigated the case.
Uintah Basin air quality and its impacts on fetal and infant health have lately received a great deal of attention from local and national media. I have hesitated to add my opinions about this issue to the others that have already been expressed especially because I worry that keeping the issue in the forefront will only serve to aggravate the suffering of those who have experienced stillbirth or other health problems. I hope, however, that I can provide information that helps put Uintah Basin air quality concerns in a correct light.
Edmund Bench, Jr., age 69, of Bridgeland, Utah, passed away on June 26, 2015. He was born Oct. 30, 1945, to Edmund Ole and RoseAnna Tidwell Bench.
Raymond Chase Anderton, age 12, of Roosevelt, passed away on June 22, 2015, at his home.
Susan was born Nov. 25
Jensen, Utah and Dinosaur, Colo. – Fire crews at Dinosaur National Monument are responding to a lightning-caused fire in the Ecklund Draw area along the Green River’s Lodore Canyon.
The following individuals were arrested and had felony charges filed against them in 8th District Court last week. Individuals listed are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Funeral services for Anthony Asay, age 22, formerly of Roosevelt, son of Ken and Karen Haslem Asay will be held on Friday, July 3, 2015, at 11 a.m. at the Roosevelt East Stake Center. A viewing will be held one hour prior to the service and a viewing is tentatively scheduled for Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. Please confirm at 725-2427 or visit www.hullingermortuary.com.
Donna Hall Richens, 74, passed away on June 27 in Vernal. She was the third child born to Philip Ray and Thora Ashby Hall. At a young age her Grandma Ashby taught her how to sew. This skill brought her many hours of enjoyment and blessed the lives of her family as she made doll clothes, baby blankets, welding hats, her children’s clothing, quilts, suit coats, prom dresses, and wedding dresses just to name a few. She loved to crochet and knit. Donna loved craft projects of all kinds, always adding her personal touch to each project.
Free help. Everyone welcome.
Share pioneer artifacts, histories and music. Anyone interested in Uintah Basin/Utah history is welcome.
We enjoy a lesson, treats and a good time.
New group for Parkinson's Disease support
This video was taken March 11, 2015 in Bridgeland, UT and Duchesne City, UT respectively. The lower portion of the historic Bridgeland bridge was transported from Bridgeland to the Duchesne Fair Grounds from 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. MST.
This video was taken March 10, 2015 in Bridgeland, UT and Duchesne City, UT respectively. The upper portion of the historic Bridgeland bridge was transported from Bridgeland to the Duchesne Fair Grounds from 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. MST.
The Duchesne County Scout Troops of the High Uintah District took part in their annual 2015 Klondike Derby. This video shows the inventive catapults that were built and used during the Klondike. The video features boy from the Duchesne 3rd Ward Troop 265.Video taken by Kevin Ashby, Publisher, Uintah Basin Standard
The Duchesne County Scout Troops of the High Uintah District took part in their annual Klondike Derby. This video shows the scouts trying to build a fire in a race to burn through a string. The video features boy from the Bridgeland Ward Troop 247.Video taken by Kevin Ashby, Publisher, Uintah Basin Standard
The first half highlights of the Union High School Cougar Football Team (Roosevelt, UT) vs. the Morgan High School Trojans (Morgan, UT).