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  • Lady Utes soccer bullies past Union t...

    ROOSEVELT-In their first region game, the Uintah girls' controlled the ball on the offensive end against Union and it was inevitable that they would put the ball in the net with that control.
  • Uintah volleyball blasts Carbon in ho...

    Uintah and Carbon volleyball appeared to be right about at the same talent level Thursday night and it looked that way after two games split between the two. In the decisive third game, however, it was Uintah grabbing the momentum behind their home crowd to secure the next two games for the 3-1 win.
  • Fossil deliberately damaged

    JENSEN–Rangers are seeking information related to recent fossil damage and theft on the Fossil Discovery Trail.
  • Road projects updated for Uintah County

    For the most part, roadway projects are completed by the Uintah Transportation Special Service with little fanfare. But a recent misapplication of an asphalt preservative in the Quailbrook Subdivision brought headaches for residents and board members alike.
  • State of the county recapped at Verna...

    In the effort to provide public information, all three Uintah County Commissioners spoke at the Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 9.

    Uintah County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to an ATV crash at 2000 North 3000 West in Maeser on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 9:20 p.m. on report of an ATV accident.
  • Uintah girls' tennis beats Union 3-2 ...

    Uintah girls' tennis is becoming very familiar with the rival Union tennis team as they have taken each other up for a handful of matches so far in the season to get in extra work and prepare for the regular season.
  • Leiva-Perez convicted of 2013 murder

    An act of kindness by David Urrutia, taking in an unemployed cousin from Guatemala, was repaid with his brutal murder on Jan. 3, 2013.
  • Energy summit a success

    The 2014 Uinta Basin Energy Summit could have been subtitled the "Promise of Ethical Energy." Whether discussing the resources, the communities or the environment – the message of "doing the right thing" – was pervasive on Thursday, Sept. 4's annual summit. Some 750 to 800 members of industry and local officials crowded into the Western Park convention center to hear the oft repeated theme.
  • Lapoint and Tridell water system bein...

    Residents in the Tridell and Lapoint communities are getting closer and closer to having a new upgraded water system coming online.