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Bear River Rendezvous has stronger showing this year

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
EVANSTON -- Some apprehension was felt by those in charge of the Bear River Rendezvous this year after attendance and participation reached an all time low in 2014.
But turnout increased at this year's event, which was held over the weekend at Bear River State Park, according to organizers
"We had a great turnout with traders," Scott Sidwell, the booshway

Woodruff receives $1 milllion water conservation grant; Residents split on piping benefits

Modified: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
WOODRUFF, UTAH -- Woodruff, Utah, was recently granted $1 million in federal funding through the WaterSMART program. The money is intended to help conserve water in Woodruff and give the city a way to manage its release to extend the growing season.
Utah is the second driest state in the United States, and the United States Bureau of Reclamation

2 EHS coaches call it quits

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
EVANSTON -- Two Evanston High School head coaches have submitted their resignations, according to press releases issued yesterday by Uinta County School District No. 1.
Roy Barker, who's coached the EHS varsity boys basketball team for the past three seasons, won't return to the court this winter, and Clint Chandler, who spent six seasons coaching the boys varsity soccer team,

Bear River Rendezvous scheduled for this week

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
EVANSTON -- For 28 years running, the Bear River Rendezvous has been held at Bear River State Park. As it is a reenactment of the original rendezvous in the 1800s, when mountain men came to trade their trappings and furs for supplies, keeping things as close to the original events as possible is a priority for the rendezvous coordinators.

Western fires cloud Evanston

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
Smoke from nearly 100 wildfires burning in the western United States has encompassed Evanston and much of Wyoming, lowering visibility significantly, and making the often clean Wyoming air less safe to breathe.
According to the National Interagency Fire Center, large fires are burning in California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Arizona. While the western fires are to blame for

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