With the school year coming to a close, the school board didn't want to miss an opportunity to thank students for their hard work. The monthly board meeting brought six groups of students to be honored and shake hands with board members.
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.
Uintah County will sever its ties with Western States Lodging & Management of Taylorsville to manage the new Uintah Conference Center in Vernal. Uintah County Commissioners made the announcement on Tuesday, March 31.
Minimal snowfall in the Uintah Basin this winter, with the promise of little runoff to its lakes and reservoirs this spring, has some people concerned. Perhaps surprisingly, then, some bodies of water are doing better than you might expect.
After brutal accusations were leveled at the TriCounty Health Department by Dr. Dan Robinson, board members told Robinson there would possibly be new policies put in place to ensure the problems Robinson experienced would not happen again.