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Uinta County's Most Wanted: Violent assault charges top list

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 3rd, 2015
EVANSTON -- Local law enforcement is searching for information that could lead to the arrests of four fugitives whom the Uinta County Sheriff's Office has referred to as Uinta County's Most Wanted.
Sheriff Doug Matthews said the four men, all charged with violent felony crimes, all appear to have ties to the area and he believes they're either still in Uinta

Pope gets 10-20 for child sexual abuse

Modified: Friday, Feb 27th, 2015
EVANSTON -- A Lincoln County man who was facing six counts of child sex abuse in Uinta County was sentenced on Feb. 11, after striking a plea deal with the Uinta County Attorney's Office. James Robert Pope of Diamondville pleaded guilty to two felony counts of sexual abuse of a minor in the second degree. Third District Court Judge Joseph

Chamber event brings senator, lip-sync battle; Barrasso to Herald: 'ISIS are savages'

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 24th, 2015
EVANSTON -- U.S. Senator John Barrasso, R-Wyo., attended the Chamber of Commerce appreciation dinner at the Roundhouse on Wednesday.
The chamber appreciation dinner was an event held specifically to recognize the hard work and dedication of members and volunteers of the Evanston Chamber of Commerce.
The appreciation event included dinner catered by Dave's Custom Meats, a raffle drawing for four

Local hunter completes full curl

Posted: Friday, Feb 20th, 2015
EVANSTON -- Evanston resident Rebecca Francis was recently recognized as the second woman to harvest the full curl of North American wild sheep with a bow. The grand slam includes all four sheep native to North America: Dall's sheep, Stone's sheep, Rocky Mountain bighorn and desert bighorn.
"Achieving the full curl with a bow is like reaching the top of

Graffiti shines light on decades of vandalism at Woodruff Narrows

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 18th, 2015
WOODRUFF NARROWS RESERVOIR -- Fresh graffiti found last week at Woodruff Narrows has drawn attention to vandalism that has plagued the recreation area for decades.
"It's pretty much trashed from one end all the way to the other," local resident Les Banks said.
Banks used to frequent the area as a sportsman, teaching his kids to hunt. Now, he said,

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