The Duchesne County Justice Court Judge vacancy has been filled. Attorney Jed E. Labrum of Vernal will fill the vacancy left by now retired Justice Court Judge Clair Poulson.
Month: January 2022
Local business owners and community members really opened their hearts and pocketbooks for the 2021 Trees For Charity event and the latest report is that the grand total has jumped. Trees For Charity Chairman Brandon Parker reported to the Vernal Chamber of Commerce that the record total comes to $408,985 dollars.
Get excited and keep your eyes peeled with Eagle Country 105.5 KLCY as bald eagle viewing season has begun and if you catch a picture of one, you could be $50 richer. Bald eagles fly to Utah in the winter to escape colder conditions in the north and find food making it the prime time to spot one in person.
The Duchesne County Roosevelt Branch Library is all about making winter fun and they have a big reminder for those that have been participating in the Winter Read-a-thon. Today is the last day to update your reading time in Reader Zone. Library staff will be contacting prize winners soon!
A popular ice fishing tournament is coming up this weekend and one person will be walking away with $7500 dollars cash.
There is only a few weeks left to review and offer input on the Ashley National Forest draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the draft revised Land Management Plan. There has been extensive public participation over the past 5 years through collaborative working group meetings and other public input and the final public comment period runs until February 17th.
The Naples City Police Department officially has a new Chief. The swearing in ceremony included new Chief Nathan Simper and Naples’ newest recruit, Officer Dalton Roth.
Staying calm and organized under pressure are great qualities to have, especially in the healthcare profession.
The Department of Workforce Services reports that Utah continues to be one of the nation’s best performing economies throughout this pandemic period.
The Rangely Police Department wants the public informed of the best ways to reach out for help or offer tips.