Roosevelt Junior High School represented Utah in the Academic Pentathlon National Championships in Boise, Idaho, on May 20-21. They competed against 16 teams from Texas, Nebraska, Colorado, Idaho, Tennessee and California…and six teams from different parts of China.
Myton Elementary School Spelling Bee winners. Pictured front row left to right: Sharee Inga-Chacon, Olivia Sharp, Kaylee Harvey, LeeAnn Brown, Angelina Post and Skylee Bird. Back row left to right: Logan Young, Bransyn Farnsworth and Kayla Higginson.
DUCHESNE, UT — Gatlin Thompson, a Junior at Duchesne High School of Duchesne, Utah, is a Delegate of the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Lowell, Massachusetts, June 29-July 1, 2016.
"Straight A" 4.0Madison Adams, Konner Ayers, Cassidy Bales, Caden Bird, Ryker Blackburn, Kaden Bleazard, Kylee Brady, Maddilynn Clayburn, Tauzya Clayburn, Layne Coil, Shandi Coil, Sara Cook, Alaina Denney, Nichole Evans, Raechel Evans, Sara Evans, Sayge Evans, Tyler Evans, Makall Fabrizio, B…
At the semiannual impact aid meeting, Board of Education members for Uintah School District were presented with the west side schools successful programs that have inspired students at Lapoint Elementary School and Eagle View Elementary School to raise academic scores to participate in events.
Lapoint Elementary School Principal Dennis Atkin approached School District Curriculum Director Jayme Leyba about a change in the use for the current Trustlands budget. The proposal was presented to the Uintah School District Board of Education at their regular meeting.
Emlee Ayala, Zoey Cook, Kyzlee Farnsworth, Mikayla Giles, Eva Hansen, Gabriel Hansen, Alexia Hernandez, Aspen Jessen, Evee Jessen, Triston King, Kayl Kynaston, Tanner Layton, Emrey Maxfield, Mckoy Mckinnon, Madison Miles, Shylee Miles, Joann Mitchell, Lauryn Mower, Taylor Norman, Logan Phill…
A new Utah proposal, presented by Sen. Ann Millner and Rep. Mel Brown, has the potential, if voted in, to increase and stabilize the distribution from the Permanent School Fund through the School Land Trust Program. S.J.R. 12 is a joint resolution of the Legislature and proposes to amend the…
Student of the Year Chandler Vincent represented Uintah Basin Applied Technology College well during the Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) Student of the Year competition. He finished in the top three.
The Uintah Basin Applied Technology College carpentry program gives students hands-on experience building an actual home and administrators brought the program back to the Vernal campus for the 2015 school year.
The students and staff of Altamont High had the opportunity to give back to some families who have fallen on hard times. The “Giving Tree” arrived in the commons of AHS as a small twig that could only grow through giving.
Duchesne High school would love to announce that Darian Morlan was included in the 1A All-State First Team, Melissa Robinson was put in 1A All-State Second Team and Brianna Brady was announced in the 1A All-State Third Team for cross country. Mashaylee Giles achieved the 1A All-State First T…
Utah State University-Uintah Basin will hold an open house event to celebrate the service and dedication of Dr. Boyd Edwards, Dean and Executive Director of USU-Uintah Basin. The event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015, at USU’s Vernal campus, located at 320 N. Aggie Blv…
Utah State University professor Rich Etchberger is the 2015 Utah Carnegie Professor of the Year. He was honored in Washington, D.C., Nov. 19 and is the university’s 14th faculty member to receive the prestigious educational honor.
LOUISVILLE- Members of the Roosevelt FFA Chapter in Utah were one of 43 teams participating in the National FFA Agricultural Tech. and Mech. Systems Career Development Event (CDE).
Sysco Foodservice invited chefs and restaurant owners from across the Basin to attend a Chef’s Forum at Uintah Basin Technology College Roosevelt campus last Tuesday and Wednesday. The event was hosted by the new culinary arts program and took place in their kitchen.
Roosevelt Junior High School students put on their chef jackets and ran frantically to the fridge and pantry to collect the items they needed to put together their dishes during the “Iron Chef” competition.
USU Basin Campus has seen an increase in enrollment with the downturn in the economy. “We have seen a 20-23 percent growth in enrollment,” said David Law, Associate Dean at the campus. “The growth has been across the board, not one major has seen a particular increase. They are all growing."
Athenian eAcademy (AeA) held it’s opening social at the Best Western in Ballard on July 22. Matt Throkmorton, chairman of AeA board of directors, was in attendance to answer questions and talk about the progress being made by the charter school.
Duchesne Elementary School emptied onto field to the east of the school on Wednesday March 5 to join a host of administrators, contractors and architects to break ground for a new Duchesne Elementary School.
Three Uintah Basin wrestlers Kyle Foy, Altamont; Max Lewis, Duchesne and Dakota Holmes, Uintah, captured first places at the annual Tournament of Champions in Vernal on Jan. 6-7. Uintah’s Cole Mair, 285, and Union’s Dylan Brown, 106, placed second.
Five Uintah Basin wrestlers – Bryson Foy, Altamont; Cassidy Farnsworth, Union; Damon Mele, Taylor Merkley, and Colby Christensen, Uintah – competed at the Utah High School All-Star Classic at Utah State Valley University on Tuesday.
Union High School's Lady Cats led most of the way in the first game, but Uintah rallied to take a 28-26, 25-17, 25-10 practice volleyball match win in a battle of arch-rivals from Vernal and Roosevelt at Union on Tuesday evening.
Union discovered a rough way to lose a ball game when North Sanpete hit a three-run walk off homer to send the Cougars home on a 3-2 loss at the state meet last year. Union ended up placing fourth. With five seniors back in Maddi Arnold, Jocelyn Stubbs, Chelsie Townsend, Stefanie Wilkins and…
Two Uintah High School football players were not on the field for last Friday's homecoming game as punishment for their actions toward a teammate during a road trip, the school's principal confirmed.