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  • New light poles may lead to sidewalk ...

    ROOSEVELT – With the completion of the installation of new light poles along Highway 40 in Roosevelt, concerns have been raised in the city council about remaining sidewalk width in the area.
  • “North Town” homeowners consider anne...

    ROOSEVELT – Homeowners in the residential neighborhood popularly known as “North Town” are considering annexation into Roosevelt City limits.

    With a lot of emotion, the Duchesne football team ended its perfect 48 game winning streak last Friday against North Summit by a score of 14-12. Read more about this story in the Sports section.
  • Union plays well in soccer game loss

    Both North Sanpete and Union were attempting to win their first game of the season, but only one team got the job done Friday afternoon. The Hawks defeated the Union Cats, 6-1.
  • Eagles' state record ended by North S...

    DUCHESNE CITY – Duchesne has a bad taste in its mouth when it involves playing teams from Summit County. North Summit ended the Eagles' unbeaten streak at 48 games on Friday when the Braves edged Duchesne 14-12. Two second half touchdowns handed DHS its first loss since they dropped a game to South Summit in Kamas in 2010.
  • Conversation with Gov. Gary Herbert

    Energy is the cornerstone of our economy in the Uintah Basin. Roughly, 85 percent of our workforce is either directly or indirectly involved in the energy industry of the Basin. It affords Basin residents a quality of life not found elsewhere in the state.
  • Saenz convicted of murder

    The relief that followed the guilty verdict at last week's trial was bittersweet for the family of Elvis Zachary Olsen. “It's not gonna bring nobody back,” was overheard outside the courtroom.
  • Duchesne County kids head back to school

    ROOSEVELT— With their summer break over with and fall approaching, Duchesne County's K-12 students got back into the groove of another new school year yesterday morning.
  • Sarah Southam nets goal for Union Cats

    Union's soccer team has had a rough start to the season as they have failed to score a goal during regulation play in losses to Granger, Carbon (Dinos won 3-1 shootout), Payson and Stansbury and so they were happy to end the scoreless streak on Friday afternoon.
  • Duchesne wins season opener

    Duchesne's brand new quarterback Wyatt Remund was nervous on the bus ride to Layton, but he was calm, cool and in control as he led DHS to a 20-10 win over Layton Christian to keep Duchesne's winning streak alive at 48 games, which is among the best in the nation.