Several orange garbage bags lined Highway 40 from 200 W. to Roosevelt City Cemetery on Saturday, thanks to members of the Roosevelt Young Single Adult Ward who came out that morning to help clean up the city. The event was part of the annual Citywide Spring Cleanup Day.
A rash of vandalism has been plaguing Roosevelt City for months now. Incidents of tagging and property destruction have occurred on public and private property alike. Roosevelt City police and staff are doing their best to fight back against the problem, but will need help from the public to succeed.
While sewer problems are spread throughout Hancock Cove, the area most affected by high groundwater levels and failing septic tanks is the Stonegate subdivision. Residents of the neighborhood are now hoping to solve some of the sewer problems in the area by annexing into Roosevelt City.
Union played a close game through six innings, but Uintah used a nine-run seventh to break open a 4-0 contest and win 13-0 over the Lady Cats in a windy day of Region 10 softball play. Uintah improves to 4-0 and Union drops to 2-2.
Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a series that will attempt to explain and address Common Core Standards and their impact on Uintah Basin students. To view the complete Utah Core Standards, visit www.schools.utah.gov/core.
Altamont's Whitney Fieldsted completed her senior season at BYU-Hawaii last month. Her team posted a winning record with Fieldsted a major factor and competed in post season play. She had eight double-doubles in the season.