An all abilities playground is under construction this week at the Naples City Park and those involved and the many people who donated to the fundraising for ‘Westyn’s Vision’ couldn’t be more excited. Westyn Hacking is an energetic three-year-old who loves to get out and play with his siblings.
Month: June 2021
Vernal City is not banning fireworks and City administration took time on Tuesday to clarify the topic. “Vernal City has received several questions regarding whether or not Vernal City is allowing individual fireworks this year,” shared Vernal City.
For many, this weekend will include a summer BBQ while relaxing with family and friends. TriCounty Health Department joined Amy in the KLCY studio this week to talk about the importance of safety when hosting a BBQ and what to keep in mind.
The annual Uintah Basin Medical Center Golf Classic raised money for a great cause earlier this month. The press release shared that the tournament is a fundraiser for Brody’s Fund, named after Brendon and Tiffany Crozier’s angel baby, Brody.
The Division of Wildlife Resources is getting the word out. If you didn't draw a buck deer or bull elk permit during the hunt drawing earlier this year — and you're still interested in hunting deer or elk this fall — your chance to obtain a permit begins next week but make note: the sales dates for the permits have changed from past years.
The Department of Workforce Services has provided an update on unemployment in the state of Utah and the data shows a small shift down in the Uintah Basin. Daggett County stayed the same at 3.5 percent unemployment.
The show must go on, right?!? What if prior to showtime one of the leads is rushed in for an emergency surgery? Well the folks at Outlaw Trail Theater have proven that with enough talent and teamwork the show can indeed still go on, at least it did last Thursday.
Rifle Police Department is asking the public for information that could help them in a homicide investigation. Rifle PD shared this week that on Saturday, May 22nd at about 11:00 pm, Rifle police officers responded to the area of East Avenue and East 1st Street for a reported assault.
In a joint press release from Vernal City and the Ashley Valley Water and Sewer Improvement District (AVWSID), the two organizations announced that they are looking at the possibility of combining operation and maintenance duties.
For those that enjoy the local forest and have ideas to help improve them the Northern Utah Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) would like to hear from you. It does not matter if it is an individual, a non-profit organization, local governments, or anyone else, if you have concerns or ideas regarding the Ashley or Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forests please share the project ideas.