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Budget hearing reveals cuts, survival strategies

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 26th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Uinta County has suffered a lot of financial hits recently, so the upcoming budget will see further cuts. However, the commissioners endeavored to move forward and inspire progress at the budget hearing Monday, July 18.
Uinta County Commissioner Craig Welling observed that most governmental entities can expect the coming year to be difficult, but this lean financial

Wayne Flint Harrison found dead in cell

Modified: Monday, Jul 25th, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY - Murder suspect Flint Wayne Harrison, 52, was found in his cell, dead by hanging, at 12:17 a.m. this morning, Monday, July 25.

The Davis County Sheriff's Office released a short statement saying deputies, nursing staff and paramedics tried unsuccessfully to revive him.

Harrison and his son "DJ," 23, were arrested in Pinedale after

Legislative candidates talk taxes, Medicaid expansion

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
EVANSTON -- Ten candidates for the Wyoming Legislature visited Evanston Thursday, July 14, to introduce themselves to voters and explain their positions on some issues.
There are three Wyoming House of Representatives seats and one Wyoming State Senate seat up for election this year.
Garry Piiparinen is running against Larissa Sneider for House District 49.
Vying for

Music builds a bridge; MAT Camp has record enrollment

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Although summer vacation is well underway and students all over are either eagerly anticipating or trying to forget that school -- and winter -- is coming, anyone walking into Evanston High School between July 11-15 might have been surprised at the hum of activity in the school from early morning through the evening during MAT Camp.
MAT Camp

Relay for Life raises $18,000

Posted: Friday, Jul 15th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Saturday's Relay for Life raised more than $18,300. The event was held from 2-10 p.m. at Historic Depot Square, and proceeds will be given to the American Cancer Society to fight cancer and raise cancer awareness.
According to the American Association for Cancer Research, "Cancer isn't a single disease. The term cancer encompasses more than 200 diseases all

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