The Bureau of Land Management has authorized improvements to the visitor experience at Nine Mile Canyon in Duchesne and Carbon Counties.
Month: April 2022
The Uintah School District has offered a heartfelt thanks for a generous donation. Blowishes for Emily donated $2,500 to the school district’s Foods Department.
It’s closing weekend for ‘A Tale Of Two Cities’ at Vernal Theatre: Live and this season closer has continually gained momentum as word has spread. Rachel Wells plays Madame Defarge, a key character who, like many in the show, carries a heavy burden.
Dino Suds N Scissors and Rendezvous K-9 Behavioral & Training Services have teamed up to help a local 2 year old, Addi Jo.
Tonight is all about how to ‘Bee A Light’ and make a difference in the world. All involved with the 8th annual Ladies Night Out are thrilled to be back in person at the Western Park. “The last 2 years we have had to do an online/virtual fundraiser so we are beyond excited to be back to having our live event again!” shares event organizer Katy Cundall.
The Uintah County Commission is supporting efforts to make improvements for visitors to Moonshine Arch. The Commission approved the purchase of two acres of land by the existing parking lot at the Moonshine Arch Trailhead during their Commission meeting last week.
A famous local with a large wardrobe and fantastic prop collection is the topic of a new survey that Vernal City is asking the public to take. The large T-Rex that greets travelers on Highway 40 near 800 West has had a pause on his decades of dressing up in costumes and Vernal City wants to work with the public in making decisions about the famous dinosaur’s future.
The famous Sand Wash Basin herd of wild horses in Moffat County was gathered last fall with more than 2,500 wild horses taken to the Bureau of Land Management’s holding facility in Cañon City.
The great outdoors is part of what makes the Uintah Basin a special place and in recent years that includes the increased popularity of ATV recreation. The topic of ATV trails was on the minds of Duchesne County public officials this month as they agreed to pursue funding for ATV trail improvements.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday that they have awarded $420 million dollars in infrastructure projects around the country, one of which is here in the Uintah Basin. The Duchesne Watershed Infrastructure project will support construction efforts to address agricultural water management concerns.