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Sled dog race wraps up over weekend

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 9th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Mushers and dogs ran hard for all of the 21st annual Eukanuba Stage Stop Sled Dog race, which began on Jan. 29 in Jackson Hole and ended Feb. 6 in the Uintas. The awards and final standings were announced at the banquet held at the Evanston Roundhouse Saturday evening following the last stage of the race.
For the third consecutive year, musher Buddy Streeper took

BEAR Board cuts ties with city; Board president refers to partnership as ‘pointless’

Modified: Saturday, Feb 6th, 2016
EVANSTON -- After longtime Evanston City Planner Paul Knopf was not reappointed by Mayor Kent Williams last month, the city lost its entire planning and zoning commission to resignations. Now, a month later, the city has lost a longtime partner, the BEAR Project Board, and much like Knopf's departure, all signs point to Bear Meadows as a major factor behind

Man arrested after shots fired at ECDC

Modified: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
EVANSTON -- Evanston Child Development Center went on lockdown Thursday evening when a fight broke out and a man fired two shots into the air.
The man, identified by the Evanston Police Department as Jose H. Quinonez-Melgar, got into a fight with his ex-girlfriend outside the preschool and childcare center.
Shannon Williams was outside during the event. She

EMS school shooting threat made

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
EVANSTON -- At 12:25 p.m. Thursday afternoon, a student said he discovered a general threat against the school written on a wall in a boys' bathroom in the Kirlin building at Evanston Middle School.
The threat was reported to Principal Eric Christenot, who notified the school resource officer.
Evanston Police Lt. Ken Pearson said the threat read that

School board ponders surveys, past and present

Modified: Monday, Feb 1st, 2016
EVANSTON -- Surveys are still a hot topic at the Uinta County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees meetings.
The board has received a number of survey proposals, but the board did not have time to read the proposals before Tuesday's board meeting. They will discuss and compare the proposals at a special meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday,

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