Improved Access the Goal for Uintah Conference Center Sound/Lighting System

Thousands have stepped foot through the doors of the Uintah Conference Center since its opening. While everything is in place for successful events, the County is working to better utilize the state of the art sound and lighting system. Uintah County Commissioners took the first step during Monday’s Commission meeting to release the contract originally in place with Cache Valley Electric, the company who designed the system and maintained software operating codes for its use. “Monday was the first step for us taking possession of the code so we can then set about modifying the system the way we want it to be,” explains Commissioner Bill Stringer. “The equipment is state of the art and will not need to be changed out. It is just the software that will be reprogrammed and customized to our uses at the Conference Center.” The system was selected and programmed by the management company out of Layton before the change was made to have the Conference Center managed by County staff.


Kristin Baldwin

Kristin never planned to work in news radio but has thoroughly enjoyed being part of the news team at KVEL. Her love of literature and writing developed in high school which led her to study English Literature and Technical Writing at BYU. She received her BA in English from BYU in 2005 and studied at UVU in Orem for 2 semesters to become a Certified Technical Writer in 2006. Two months after completion she began her dream job of being a stay-at-home mom.  As mother of 2 energetic kids, she began writing from home for the KVEL news team in 2011 and considers it the perfect fit as a full time mom and part time writer.