For a majestic outing admiring local wildlife the DWR will be holding a unique wildlife-view experience at Flaming Gorge Reservoir. On Saturday, July 16th, the DWR event will provide a chance to watch ospreys in the air and on top of their huge nests.
Month: June 2022
The preliminary results for the Duchesne County 2022 Republican Primary Election report that 3,702 Republican ballots were cast for a voter turnout of 48.68 percent.
The preliminary results for the Uintah County 2022 Republican Primary Election report that 6,095 Republican ballots were cast out of 12,915 registered Republican voters for a voter turnout of 47.19 percent.
Congressman Blake Moore announced his appointment to the House Budget Committee on Monday as the second highest ranking Republican member of the committee.
The suspect in a double homicide that occurred in the late-night hours on June 23rd has died of self-inflicted injuries in Wyoming’s Sweetwater County. Officers with Green River Police had been dispatched to a disturbance where a subject had pointed a pistol at the reporting party.
A small fire in a remote area of Dinosaur National Monument took a turn for the worse over the weekend. According to the announcement, a fire started when a single tree was struck by lightning on the south side of Whirlpool Canyon on June 18th.
A man plead guilty and was sentenced for murder in Moffat County Court Thursday, June 23rd. The case began in November 2020 when around 5:30pm on November 30th the Moffat County Sheriff’s office was notified that a man’s body had been found in a remote area of northwest Moffat County.
While heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, the fact is more than 600 people in the United States are killed by extreme heat every year. Ashley Regional Medical reminds the public that it is important to take the proper precautions against becoming overheated especially during extreme heat.
The public is invited to a hearing during the Duchesne County Planning Commission meeting next week. A public hearing with the Public Lands Committee will be held at 5:00pm on July 6th in the County Commission Chambers.
The new access to the Moonshine Arch Trail is now open. According to the UDOT announcement, the new access has been moved further north to a straight section of Highway 191. This, along with the new turn lane, has increased safety for motorists.