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Moving on: two retire from BOCES after nearly 20 years

Modified: Monday, Apr 14th, 2014
EVANSTON -- Uinta BOCES has built a solid reputation in the community for quality higher education and continuing education. One of the center's keys to success is a dedicated and involved staff.
This spring, BOCES experienced the winds of change, as two of their longest-term staff members left the education center for different pursuits.
Executive administrative assistant Beckie Eskelson

School board tables proposal to downsize

Modified: Monday, Apr 14th, 2014
EVANSTON -- The board of trustees for Uinta County School District No. 1 tabled last week a motion to remove two seats on the board, citing the need for more public input before the decision is made.
But one citizen, who addressed the board last Tuesday, questioned the legality of such a maneuver.
"Past history shows us that elected officials

State reps speak at legislative breakfast

Modified: Thursday, Apr 10th, 2014
EVANSTON -- Four state representatives, whose constituents include Uinta County residents, were on hand to answer questions during the first quarter legislative breakfast, hosted by the Evanston Chamber of Commerce.
Sens. Stan Cooper and Paul Barnard along with Reps. Garry Piiparinen and Allen Jaggi met with Uinta County residents on Tuesday morning to answer questions, address concerns and share their

Council approves water main replacement

Posted: Monday, Apr 7th, 2014
By Deborah Demander
Herald Reporter

EVANSTON -- Residents on Birch Street may notice construction in their area, as a new water main is installed. According to building inspector and engineering technician Bob Liechty, residents along Birch Street will be notified before their water is shut off.
"Not everybody will be out at the same time," Liechty told the Evanston

Local Republicans decline to support replacing Mead

Posted: Thursday, Apr 3rd, 2014
By Ed Close
Herald Reporter

EVANSTON -- Uinta County Republicans considered a resolution last week to support the replacement of Gov. Matt Mead over his handling of the Cindy Hill debacle that's cost the state hundreds of thousands of dollars and defied a Supreme Court ruling.
The discussion came at the party's election-year county convention at the Evanston Library

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