Month: May 2020

USU Uintah Basin Welcomes Experienced Social Worker to Faculty

The Uintah Basin has many natural resources but one of the greatest is the talents and skills of the individuals that call it home. Utah State University Uintah Basin welcomes to their staff, Joslin Batty as a clinical assistant professor in the university’s Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology. “,2020-05-29 08:20:54”

Utah Wildfires Already at 237

In an alarming notice, Utah Wildfire Info shared this week that Utah has already seen 237 wildfires. Last year the state didn’t see 237 wildfires until well into July. Sadly 95% of the wildfires that have occurred this year have been human caused.

Leave Baby Animals Alone, Warns DWR

Finding a newly born deer fawn or an elk calf is more common while enjoying the outdoors this time of year and if you find one, the Division of Wildlife Resources is asking that you simply keep your distance and leave the animal alone.

Uintah Basin Healthcare Mask Requirements

Even though Utah is slowly returning to a normal state, there are still precautions that need to be taken. Uintah Basin Healthcare clarified masking requirements for patients and approved guests.

Uintah County Clerk/Auditor on Upcoming Primary Election

Utah’s Primary Election will be on June 30th and Uintah County Clerk/Auditor Mike Wilkins invites community members to help spread the word that this election will be held completely by mail. There will be no early voting and no polling location on election day.

Name Released of Man Killed in Sunday’s Fort Duchesne Rollover Crash

Uintah County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of the man who died in Sunday morning’s crash south of Fort Duchesne. The Sheriff’s Office shared Tuesday morning that 30-year-old Trevor Shane John of Randlett was killed in the accident while there is no update on the condition of the 19-year-old woman who was involved in the crash.