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Man pulled from river identified; Aunt says he's on life support

Posted: Friday, Aug 26th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Police have identified the man who was pulled from the Bear River Monday at about 2:45 p.m. Fifty-three-year-old Brian Keller spent at least 10 minutes underwater while swimming in one of the river's pools behind the Bear Pavilion.
According to Keller's aunt, Serendipity owner Kayne Pyatt, he has been on life support since he was flown to Intermountain

Police release some details about man who sank in Bear River

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
EVANSTON -- Police have released a few details about the man who went underwater in the Bear River Monday afternoon. Evanston Police Chief Jon Kirby said he is a 53-year-old local man, though his name has not been released because officials are still trying to contact members of his family.
Kirby said that as far as he knows, the man

Man found unresponsive in Bear River

Posted: Monday, Aug 22nd, 2016
EVANSTON -- A man was pulled from the Bear River near the ice ponds at about 2:45 p.m. on Monday. He was unresponsive when first responders found him, and he was transported to Evanston Regional Hospital.
Evanston Police Lt. Ken Pearson said the man was under the water for about 10 minutes before dispatch was notified.
"It was an adult

District transportation funds might in danger

Posted: Friday, Aug 19th, 2016
EVANSTON -- As Olympic athletes traveled across the globe to Rio, trustees for Uinta County School District No. 1 wondered how student activities will be affected by threatened travel cuts.
School districts around the state, including those in Evanston, are desperately trying to ward off transportation funding cuts from the state legislature. If they cannot convince the state

Phillips RV turns 80

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 16th, 2016
EVANSTON -- The Phillips family, who owns, manages and operates Phillips RV Park, are celebrating the business' 80th anniversary this summer.
Over the past eight decades, the park has physically changed, but the family's desire to stick together and create a lasting impression on their customers has not.
During the spring of 1936, Phillips Camp and Sinclair Service was

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