Apr 16, 2013
Top students from region compete for Sterling Scholar honor
Juliann Marrott, PCHS senior visual art candidate, presents her project to judges, Virgil Jacobsen, Katie Campbell and Kent Wallis, during the Sterling Scholar competition Monday at Wasatch High School.
UDOT immune from wrongful death suit in 2011 road collapse, judge rules
Could a Utah Department of Transportation crew have done more to prevent a 2011 road collapse that led to the death of a teenage girl and the injury of two people? Despite those beliefs, Harmond ruled Thursday that Heidi Paulson and the parents of Justine Barneck cannot sue UDOT because the Utah Governmental Immunity Act prohibits such a lawsuit.
The Uintah Basin Standard
Tabiona second-graders get head start with iPad grant
Becky Lefler's second-grade class at Tabiona School felt like they were playing games as they tapped away on their new iPads.
Boys basketball live stream: Tabiona at Rich,
The Deseret News is proud to bring you live streaming coverage of high school events as part of our concerted effort to catch kids doing great things.
Ex-Tabiona councilman charged again after second dog shooting
Duchesne County sheriff's deputies say Rickey Evin Wilberg, 60, was intoxicated when he shot and killed one of his dogs on Feb.