Bluebell, UT

Alice Day Obituary

Alice Day was born July 23, 1941 in Myton, Utah and passed away in her home surrounded by her family on June 10, 2022. She worked as an inspector for the USDA in the Meat and Poultry industry for over 35 years. She loved to go to the casinos, watch game shows, and do crossword puzzles. She had a passion for reading, and a love for dancing. Nothing though compared to the love she had for her family. Her family get-togethers and Easter bashes were legendary. She loved spending time with her grandkids and great grandchildren.
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Howard Hughes Corp. to add 263 build-to-rent homes in Bridgeland

The Howard Hughes Corp. recently announced that construction is underway for Wingspan, the company’s first build-to-rent neighborhood in Bridgeland. Comprising 263 homes on 27 acres in Prairieland Village, Wingspan will provide renters with best-in-class amenities and lifestyle offerings. According to a press release, the first residents will move into the master-planned community by summer 2023.
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Tabiona Teen Competing At National Junior High Rodeo Competition

A Tabiona teen is doing what she does best this week, just a lot farther from home than usual. 14-year-old Denim Wilson is competing at the 2022 National Junior High School Finals Rodeo this week in Georgia. “I live and breathe horses,” shared Denim. “I started competing in barrels and poles at 4 years old. I had an old well trained horse and pretty much had to just hang on and ride.” Denim’s goal this year in Junior High Rodeo was to make it to Nationals and here she is, representing Utah at Nationals. “I loaded my two best horses, FireFly and Cadillac, and am off to Georgia for 15 days,” shared Denim. “Thanks to my parents, Dave and Tracina Wilson, for always pushing to be the best I can be, and making sure I have a long line of amazing horses under me.” As of Tuesday, Denim was in the top 20 in the first round. Congratulations Denim! We are all cheering for you!

Family Fun Activities Coming Up In Roosevelt

Plan on family friendly fun the first few days of July in Roosevelt City. The Roosevelt Arts, Parks and Recreation Committee has planned something for everyone. On July 1st there will be a pickleball tournament for advanced and intermediate players at Central Park at 6pm. There will be more pickleball on July 2nd at 7:30am for families and individuals to learn how to play for free. On the same day there will be disc golf over at Constitution Park from 9 to 11am that will include prizes for making a hole in one and a raffle. The 4th of July will be a combination of events at Constitution Park, including the Roosevelt Red Fun Run , cornhole league tournament, food trucks, live music, and fireworks. Visit to learn more!
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Bridgeland Central to add luxury townhome community

The Howard Hughes Corp. recently announced that it expects to launch presales soon for Bridgeland’s first townhome development in Bridgeland Central. The townhome buildings will feature 22- and 25-foot alley units and 25-foot front-loaded homes, according to a press release. Three- and four-bedroom floorplans will range from 1,761 to 2,300 square feet.
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Authorities locate missing Uintah County girl

BALLARD, Utah — Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating a 10-year-old girl in Uintah County. Officials with the Uintah County Sheriff’s Office say Delilah Reed walked away from her home in Ballard around 7:45 pm Sunday. She was last seen wearing gray or pink...

Roosevelt City Independence Day Weekend Activities

Advanced and Intermediate Events. Coed divisions, 14 people max. Registration is $25 per person. Advanced Players must sign up as a team and Intermediate players sign up individually and play in a round robin format. July 2nd 7:30- 9 AM. Central Park. Free Event! Families and individuals are welcome to...

Rachel Marie James

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. at the Whiterocks Community Building. There will be a wake on Tuesday, after 4:00 p.m. at the community building. Burial will be in the John Harmes Cemetery in Whiterocks.

Library Story Time

Children with their parents or caregivers are invited to attend weekly story time at the library. Along with multiple stories read aloud, a craft or activity is also provided each week. The stories and activities are the same for each set of 4 story times each week.

Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Hearing

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE ROOSEVELT CITY COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given that the Roosevelt City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 21 2022, at 5:30 p.m., at the Roosevelt City Administration Building, 255 South State Street, Roosevelt, Utah. The City Council will receive public comment regarding the following item(s):

Library Story Time

Children with their parents or caregivers are invited to attend weekly story time at the library. Along with multiple stories read aloud, a craft or activity is also provided each week. The stories and activities are the same for each set of 4 story times each week.

Duchesne County Judge Declares Mistrial In Case Of Duchesne County Nurse Accused of Negligent Homicide

The judge called a mistrial on Thursday in the case of the Duchesne County Jail nurse, Jana Clyde, charged with negligent homicide in the 2016 death of 21-year-old inmate Madison Jensen. The jury trial began on June 8th in 8th District Court in Duchesne. The case was turned over to the jury on June 15th and less than 24 hours later the jury announced they were in a deadlock and the judge called the mistrial. After court on Thursday, Madison Jensen’s father, Jared Jensen, shared that they will move forward to pursue another trial date. The prosecution’s attorney actually had a death in the family the day before the jury trial started and had to leave. Thankfully, help came from the Attorney General’s Office but Jensen is eager for another trial with the prosecutor that has been working on this case for nearly 6 years. Jensen said that their hope is that if they win the case, it will save lives in jails across the country and nurses will not have immunity if they do not live up to their hippocratic oath.

K & K Sanitation Sponsoring UBTech Scholarship For Single Fathers

UBTech now has a scholarship specifically for single fathers thanks to the generosity of a local business. For 45 years K&K Sanitation, Inc. has been hauling trash away from homes and businesses in Duchesne County and Western Uintah County. Brothers, Mark and Elvin Kettle, started the business after they finished their uncle Carl Betts’ waste management contract with Roosevelt City. In 1998 entirely on their own, they constructed their office building in Ballard where K & K Sanitation headquarters are now located. Current company owners, Mark, Meredith and Marlene Kettle (Elvin passed away in 2015), have announced a partnership with Uintah Basin Technical College to offer the K & K Sanitation Scholarship that will be available for single fathers attending automotive, diesel, CDL, welding, or business programs at UBTech. “We just wanted to help,” shares Mark Kettle. “Let’s help someone find a trade and provide some extra financial assistance.”

Moon Lake Electric Working To Address Growth In The Uintah Basin

Moon Lake Electric CEO Yankton Johnson visited the Evans Family Media radio studios on Tuesday to discuss growth in the Uintah Basin and what the Association is doing to address it. Johnson shared that Moon Lake Electric has some capacity constraints on its system and they are working to address those as quickly and efficiently as possible. Moon Lake Electric is preparing to build a 47 mile line from the Bonanza Plant to their main office south of Roosevelt. The goal is to have construction underway in the coming months and completed in the latter part of 2024. Johnson expressed concern that the push to 100 percent renewables will potentially push the nation into blackouts and brownouts. Moon Lake Electric gets the majority of its power from Deseret Power. They are looking at sources, including microgrids to offset the risk. There are also solar units being added at the Bonanza Plant. To listen to the entire interview with Yankton Johnson, visit and click on ‘Public Affairs’ under the ‘Community’ tab.

Board Game Night

Adults and youth mature enough to handle board games are invited to come and play with friends. A variety of board games will be provided for attendees to pick and play in groups throughout the evening. No child care or extra activities are provided.

Notice of Disposition of Unclaimed Property

NOTICE OF DISPOSITON OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY BY ROOSEVELT POLICE DEPARTMENT OF ROOSEVELT, UTAH. Notice is hereby given that the Roosevelt Police Department will be disposing of thirteen bicycles that have remained unclaimed for three months or more, after attempting to determine and notify the owners. If you believe one of...