The Sgt. Daniel D. Gurr Foundation has helped a lot of military heroes and military families, but it will be able to help so many more after receiving over $200,000 at their first of what will be many banquets last Friday night.
PARK CITY-Uintah had an up and down first day of the Region 10 girls tennis tournament but the Lady Utes recovered to qualify four of the five positions to the 3A state tournament at the MARC in Park City Friday and Saturday.
DRAPER-It didn't matter that Uintah trailed Juan Diego Catholic by 21 points on two different occasions or that they were out-gained by over 260 yards. The Utes showed enough grit on the road to tie the game at 28-28 after a touchdown by Tyson Colton.
The need for a new director at Tricounty Health Department culminated in the hiring of Jordan Mathis to join the crew. His experience with South West Utah Health Department has made him the perfect match for the tricounty area. Mathis is bringing Tricounty Health Department new ideas and new ways to consider health in the Basin.
It has been several years since area residents have seen enough water in Ashley Creek to consider it flooding, but it happened over the weekend when heavy rains caused high runoffs impacting the waterway. However, this was water that could have been diverted to Steineker Reservoir, but was not, as possible problems with the dame that became evident with the low water levels in the lake, are being reviewed and all excess runoff was sent downstream to Lake Powell. Reports on the dam inspection will be published next week.
A tank and carrier on wheels holding fresh water tumbled over at the intersection of Highway 40 and 7500 East in Fort Duchesne Thursday afternoon. The tank was the second of four water tanks being carried by a truck from the Roosevelt-based R.N. Industries (RNI) trucking company, and the first of three that were hooked onto and not part of the main carrier.