Boating season may seem far off but the Division of Wildlife Resources is spreading the word now: there are new regulations to prevent the spread of quagga mussels in Utah.
Month: February 2017
The countdown has begun for the 8th Annual Waxy Crude Workshop. The event is a joint effort of local agencies, the Governor’s Office of Energy Development, U-STAR, the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining and the Rural Planning Group.
The rankings are in and Roosevelt City is sitting nicely as one of the most affordable places to live in Utah.
The Uintah Utes hockey team are heading to nationals after winning the state Division-1 championship.
Many parts of Utah are already suffering the sweeping effects of spring runoff and while the Basin has yet to see what is in store, officials continue to urge residents to prepare for the worst.
A former UBATC teacher in Duchesne County has been charged with 2nd Degree Felony Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a 16-year-old.
The Division of Wildlife Resources is urging those eager for a hunting fix to try the thrill of hunting turkeys in Utah.
Every year, the best in the world bring the art of storytelling to the Vernal Stage. The 13th Annual Storytelling Festival will be held March 9th and 10th at the Vernal Middle School with two evening performances.
Teaching kids about gun safety is always a good idea and the Craig Police Department is urging families to make it a priority in family discussions.
Roosevelt City is exploring possible revenue opportunities from selling excess water. According to Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow, the City has a sizeable amount of water tied up in different areas and negotiations are in place for selling the excess water to different oilfield companies.