Posted: Tuesday, Dec 16th, 2014
EVANSTON -- Over the past few days local residents in the Uinta County area have been receiving suspicious phone calls alerting the residents that they have arrest warrants for not attending their assigned jury duty.
"At least two confirmed reports of this scam have been reported to local law enforcement," Evanston Chief of Police John Kirby said. "The callers ...more
Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
EVANSTON -- The Ready to Work/Families Becoming Independent program is now kicking off at the Uinta BOCES Center.
"This is a brand new program that is completely grant funded," Sheila McGuire, case manager of the program, told the Herald. "The program is designed to help families who are on public assistance and receive Medicaid, food stamps, housing, WIC or ...more
Posted: Tuesday, Dec 9th, 2014
EVANSTON -- The Festival for Families annual benefit had a fantastic turnout Saturday evening, co-founder Rusty Lym said.
"Nearly $58,000 was raised to benefit families in the Evanston community," Lym told the Herald.
Festivalgoers enjoyed a night of food, music and games, along with live and silent auctions. Each $10 admission ticket sold, also served as a raffle ticket for ...more
Posted: Friday, Dec 5th, 2014
EVANSTON -- When Kent Williams moved from northeastern Washington to Evanston in the fall of 1984, he never could have imagined that 30 years later he'd still call Evanston home, let alone that he'd someday be elected mayor.
"I came to Evanston on a whim, really," Williams said. "Me and a buddy came down here; I had an older sister ...more