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A fast and furious fire in Moffat County closed down Highway 40 and prompted evacuations on Thursday. According to the Bureau of Land Management, the Winter Valley Fire has rapidly grown to 5,200 acres and is actively burning on Cross Mountain
The Uintah School District has launched a new community recognition program. The Team Uintah program, launched this school year, has recognized a variety of individuals and community partners for their support of local education
Education is the key when it comes to suicide prevention and events this weekend are pushing to help community members. On Friday, September 22nd, the Talk Saves Lives class will be offered at the Uintah County Library at 5pm to kick off the events.
Who said you have to travel to the big city for an opportunity to enjoy Cosplay? For the second year, the Roosevelt City Library is hosting a Fandom party where cosplay is the name of the game.
Prescribed burning will get underway in the Ashley National Forest Flaming Gorge/Vernal District in the coming weeks. The use of prescribed fire is weather dependant and expected to begin on October 1st.
It was an informative evening during the Meet the Candidates night held at the Crossroads Senior Center in RooseveltWednesday night. The format was mostly prepared questions and candidates each getting a timed turn to respond.
TriCounty Health has convenience and efficiency in mind with their annual flu immunization clinic known as the Flu Shoot-Out. “The Flu Shoot-Out helps provide flu shots to the public,” shares TriCounty Health, “but it also helps us practice a ‘Point of Dispensing’ (POD) event.”
Preparations are underway for prescribed burning in the Ashley National Forest. The Duchesne/Roosevelt Ranger District will have prescribed fires beginning October 1st and running through December 25th.
The Uintah School District is making the point to highlight the many amazing students in the District and have begun recognizing Students of the Month. One student is selected from the 11 schools in the district each month
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The Genessy family recently moved to the Basin and wanted their boys to meet local law enforcement. Duchesne County Sheriff Boren and his crew were more than happy to have the visit and even arranged for pizza and cake for 7-year-old Rickey Genessy's birthday!
It was hugs, smiles, and a few tears for the cast of The Music Man after their sold out closing night performance. The kids in the show weren't ready for the show to end but look forward to future opportunities!
5th graders at Ashley Elementary learned about the political process through their own election of a 5th Grade Class President. The over 100 students held an electronic vote for their favorite of the 12 candidates.
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