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The Flaming Gorge Vernal Ranger District is planning prescribed burns as weather permits in April. The prescribed fires will primarily be used within Ponderosa Pine stands on the north slope of the Uinta Mountains.
No injuries were reported after a tricky landing at the Vernal Regional Airport on Friday in the late afternoon. According to Vernal Regional Airport Manager Doug Brown, an individual and his instructor were in the air practicing and training when they discovered a malfunction on the nose landing gear.
The Uintah High School Student of the Week is Isaac Horton, nominated by Ms. McClellan. The Ute Athlete of the Week is Junior baseball player Kyler Murray.
The Terra Academy Students of the Week are Sophie Kynaston and Jaroth Rochelle.
Thankfully, a report that a student brought a gun to school was found to be false. According to Uintah School District Superintendent Mark Dockins, police investigated the claim that a Vernal Middle School student brought a gun to school on Wednesday and were able to prove the claim false.
The final list of who is pursuing public office in Uintah County is in. Thursday was the last day for potential candidates to submit their names to the Clerk’s office. Joni Crane added her name to the race for Commission Seat A this week, joining Dan Dilsaver and Bart Haslem.
The ride home for the Uintah High girls track team came to a muddy halt late Wednesday night in Wasatch County. The team was returning from a region meet at Mountain View High School when a flat tire caused the bus to come to rest in the mud against a hillside along Highway 40, making it impossible to open the front door of the bus.
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