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.
The proposed special service sewer district in Hancock Cove has failed, according to the Duchesne County Commission. Faced with opposition from many area residents, the county decided not to continue with its pursuit of establishing a district to address sewer problems in the cove.
A job fair at Uintah Basin Applied Technology College brought in over 250 people in about three hours, all of which we looking for a career path. The unemployed, retired and high school students attended the job fair looking for opportunities.
The year-and-a-half-long study to determine the cause of infant mortality rates in the Uintah Basin has been completed. The study conducted by the Utah Department of Health Division of Disease Control and Prevention and the Bureau of Epidemiology, Environmental Epidemiology Program listed the main causes of infant mortality to be developmental or genetic defect at the time of birth.
It was a move of epic proportions as the historic Bridgeland Bridge moved from its moorings in Bridgeland and traveled down the U.S. 40 corridor to the fair-grounds in Duchesne City. The move happened over the course of two days on Tues., March 10 and Wed., March 11.