Month: December 2016

Community Outreach, Forum and Dinner

It’s time again for another Uinta Basin Community Outreach Forum and Dinner. Energy industry topics are explored at this event twice a year with extra buzz surrounding this meeting as locals are hoping to hear promises of eventual economic recovery.

Plan Ahead for New Year’s Eve Celebrations

The fact that 2016 is almost over and there is hope of a brighter 2017 is cause enough for celebrating this weekend. For New Years, I suggest everyone go out and have a good time, shares Uintah County Sheriff Vance Norton.

Ute Tribe Praises Bear Ears Monument Designation

The Ute Indian Tribe has offered its support of President Obama’s designation of the Bear Ears National Monument. “President Obama has demonstrated today that our Native American heritage cannot be ignored,” shares Ute Business Committee Chairman Shaun Chapoose.

Busiest Travel Season of Year Wrapping Up

This weekend will wrap up a record breaking travel season. According to the AAA travel report, over 103 million Americans have traveled for year end holidays and a large chunk of those will be on the roads this weekend, on their way home.