To read the words of Betsy Schow is to love her. If you haven't had the pleasure yet, I suggest starting with her newest book, “Spelled.”
NAPLES- The city of Naples is currently drafting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to become civic partners with the Vernal Area Chamber of …
Ashley Valley Water and Sewer is currently constructing a new facility to treat water before it is sent through pipes to its 4,000 customers.
Uintah Fire District has ideas to use their Title III distribution funds in the sum of $21,345.34, to create a fire wise community within Uint…
Local government leaders are determined to expand the Vernal Regional Airport to enhance economic activity in the Uintah Basin.
Life-long Vernal Resident, Dr. Dan Price is this year’s Grand Marshall for the 4th of July Parade.
tel. 435-725-19901024 W Highway 40, Roosevelt, UT 84066
tel. 435-789-45312145 S 1500 E, Vernal, UT 84078
tel. 435-766-30661772 West 1000 South, Vernal , UT 84078
Mickey and Josh Sheppard started this business a year ago to help our community and travelers have fun by renting all kinds of water and land toys. Family is very important to the Sheppards and have spent lots of time having fun together and testing new equipment. Their rentals include; Wave runners, jet skis, a boat, 4 wheeler ATVs, Razor (RZR) Mule UTV, snow mobiles, water tramp, kayak, and safety equipment to go with these toys. They also offer knee boards, tubes, and wake boards. All larger rentals come with their own trailers. Normal hours are 9am to 5pm, however, the Sheppards are very active in their children's lives, which sometimes means that they are not always in the office. They do have their business phone with them at all times during office hours.
tel. 435-722-4021240 N Union St Ste A, Roosevelt, UT 84066
tel. 435-322-0482371 Blairtown Rd, Rock Springs, WY 84078
Bronco Oilfield Services is the leading source for drilling, workover, and production completion services in the oil and gas industry. Technologically advanced equipment operated by knowledgeable personnel ensure that each job is performed safely and efficiently. Founded in 1982, Bronco Oilfield Services has established itself as a leader in providing quality flowback, well testing, surface control, and pumping equipment services. We are totally committed to meeting the needs and expectations of all of our customers, by providing quality products and service through active employee participation, safety, experience, and continual improvement of the quality management system. Bronco’s Health, Safety and Environmental department is dedicated to sustaining an injury free culture, guarding our employee’s health and safety. We protect the environment avoiding property damage and waste. These fundamental principles drive the success and growth of Bronco Oilfield Services Bronco Oilfield Services provides rental services, equipment, product, and personnel to the oil and gas industry for drilling, workover and completion applications. We offer chemical injection and fluid pumps with capabilities of 0 of 15,000 psi and fluid rates from 0 to 10 bbls per minute with horsepower ranging from 45 to 2250 for snubbing, coil tubing, formation breakdowns, casing/tubing testing and kill work. Bronco also offers bobtail pump trucks and mix on the fly capabilities thus reducing the equipment needed on the location. With a diverse selection of pumping capabilities. We have chemical injection and fluid pumps with capabilities of 0 to 20,000 psi and fluid rates from 0 to 20 bbls per minute. Bronco Oilfield Services can meet all of your pumping needs.
tel. 435-781-1226528 West Main Street, Vernal, UT 84078
Basin Saw began in the 1950's selling and servicing chainsaws. We later added bicycles and changed our name to Basin Saw and Cycle. The business was purchased by current owners Bruce and Jodi Taylor in 2001. In 2008 Bruce and Jodi decided to focus on being the best outdoor power equipment sales and service center in the Basin and changed the business name to Basin Saw, Inc. They specialize in yard and lawn equipment and service everything they sell. Basin Saw is the only authorized Stihl dealer in the Uintah Basin offering a complete line of Stihl products, which include, but not limited to chain saws, trimmers, blowers and cultivators. The store also features Briggs and Stratton power products; generators, pressure washers, engines and parts. This spring they have added Masport lawn mowers and tillers which offer some of the best Briggs and Stratton engine available today. Masport is a high quality line that is designed and constructed in New Zealand and recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. Basin Saw also carries a quality line of wood burning stoves, fireplaces and inserts from Pacific Energy. You can also find stove and chimney pipe at Basin Saw. Basin Saw is committed to their customers in the Uintah Basin and offers a knowledgeable and friendly staff. They not only offer some of the best products available in the Basin but also stand behind and service everything they sell.
tel. 435-722-0101481 West 200 North, Roosevelt, UT 84066
We are Located in Roosevelt, UT. Dr. Morrie O. Talbot DDS and our talented staff have the knowledge and experience to provide you with the smile and dental health you deserve. Call us today to schedule an exam. Call us today to schedule an exam.
tel. 435-789-0454270 E Main St, Vernal, UT 84078
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.
RANDLETT, Uintah County — Divers recovered the body of a Duchesne County man Thursday from a track hoe that overturned in the Green River east of Pelican Lake.
Raymond Chase Anderton, age 12, of Roosevelt, passed away on June 22, 2015, at his home.
Anthony Zane Asay, age 22, of Billings, Mont., formally of Roosevelt, passed away due to a fatal car accident on the evening of Friday, June 26th, 2015.
Keith Ray Haslem, age 61, of Bridgeland, Utah, died in a tragic construction accident on July 2, 2015. He was born on Aug. 13, 1953, in Roosevelt, Utah, to Ray and Isola Beth Morrill Haslem. He graduated from Union High School in 1971. He attended Snow College, where he played football, for one year. He then served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Chicago, Ill.
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.
A fire near Red Fleet Reservoir on July 3 was started by lightning, which struck three cedar trees. The fire was visible from the boat ramp.
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.
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.
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.
Tri-County Health Department 281 E. 200 N.
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Yellow Hammer plays at Northern Ute PowWow in Fort Duchesne
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