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Prison term for ‘evil’ abuse Daughter pleads with judge to lock mom up for 20 years
Michele Napolitano By Mary Bernard Vernal Express A Vernal woman who hung her young son upside down by a rope, leading doctors to have to amputate parts of the boy’s feet, received a prison term and a scolding last week from an 8th District Court judge. Michele Juan Napolitano, 32, was ordered to serve one to 15 years in prison for child abuse, a second-de-
gree felony. She was also sentenced to serve consecutive prison terms of one year for each of the five misdemeanor child-abuse charges she pleaded guilty to in June. “What you did was evil, depraved and unimaginable … taking advantage of people who depended on you, who were at your mercy,” 8th District Judge A. Lynn Payne told Napolitano last Tuesday. “I don’t think you love your children.”
Tribe loses round in fight with QEP By Geoff Liesik Uintah Basin Standard For the second time in as many months a federal judge has ordered the Ute Indian Tribe to grant an energy company access to a natural gas processing plant that is under construction. U.S. District Judge Tena Campbell, in a 17-page order and decision issued Wednesday, said tribal officials must grant QEP Field Services Co. and its contractors access to the Stagecoach Processing Plant, the Iron Horse Turnaround expansion project and “related construction activities.” The tribe must also approve or deny permits for the company or its contractors within three hours of an application being filed or risk being held in con-
“My hope is that you spend the next 20 years in jail,” the judge said, “so you can understand the enormity of the damage that you’ve done.” Four of Napolitano’s children were present in court for the sentencing hearing. Three of them spoke to the judge about their mistreatment. They said their mother would hang them upside down from a door jamb for hours or days at a time, lock them in a trunk without food or water, or hit them with a hammer as punishment. When annoyed, they said, she would force them to strike each other with a hammer or belt for some perceived wrong. Napolitano’s children told the court that in late 2009, in a fit of anger, their mother tied a rope around their 5-year-old brother’s ankles and left him hanging upside down for days. The prolonged lack of circulation
caused the blood vessels in his lower limbs to collapse and the tissue in his toes and feet to die. Shortly afterward, Napolitano and her husband, Francis “Frank” David Napolitano, were arrested after Uintah County sheriff’s deputies and state Division of Child and Family Services workers were called to the home to investigate a report of child endangerment. Authorities found injuries to the boy’s feet which they described as “resembling those of a severe burn victim with open blisters and bleeding sores on them.” Doctors at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City were forced to amputate all of the boy’s toes and parts of his feet as a result of the abuse. Michele Napolitano told investigators that the other children had put elastic bracelets around the boy’s feet,
causing the injuries. “In the beginning the defendant was defiant, offering misleading information, but over the months of investigation the length of her depravity became clear,” said Uintah County prosecutor Greg Lamb. The details of that depravity were presented to the court by Michele Napolitano’s children. Reading from her journal, the eldest child told Payne that her mother threatened the children’s lives daily. She told them they “could never tell anyone what happens to us because no one’s going to believe us anyway,” the girl said. She added that her mother had received “second and third chances to do the right thing,” but always failed. Their mother, the girl said, would lie and manipulate authorities, even goSEE ABUSE on page A-5
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tempt of court, the order states. Campbell also held that a preliminary injunction issued in late July by the Ute Tribal Court against QEP is invalid because that court lacks jurisdiction over the matter in dispute. Attorneys for Denver-based QEP had asked 8th District Court Judge Ed Peterson to issue an injunction last month on the company’s behalf against the tribe so the parties could enter arbitration. But the company voluntarily dropped its state claim days after it was filed and sought a remedy in federal court after the tribal court issued its injunction against QEP. The legal fight between the tribe and the spin-off of Questar Corp., SEE TRIBE on page A-7
CHERYL MECHAM, Uintah Basin Standard
The Nyberg family has spent a year recovering from the trauma that sliced through their family when a piece of wood Darrin was ripping at Darrin’s Custom Cabinets kicked back and pulled his hand into a table saw, critically injuring him just before his wife, Blair, gave birth to Creedyn, who is now 11-months-old. The couple’s 3-year-old son, Kyler, is sitting on his dad’s lap. By Cheryl Mecham Uintah Basin Standard The day dawned like an ordinary summer day. It was July 2, 2009, and bees wove in and out of the wildflowers near Darrin’s Custom Cabinets in Lapoint. Farmers were cutting and bailing hay in the nearby fields as Darrin Nyberg finished a piece of
pizza and turned to the table saw in his shop to finish a small job a customer needed that afternoon. Nyberg, 26, flipped on the saw’s power switch, double checked the measurements he had jotted down for the job and began. He was pushing the wood through the blade of the saw when it kicked back and pulled his hand into the spinning teeth. In
the blink of an eye an ordinary day became a nightmare. “It happened so fast,” Nyberg said. His brother, Daniel, also an employee, had turned and was watching Nyberg just at the moment the accident occurred. He knew what had SEE NYBERG on page A-4
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A bull rider tries to hold on during the 2009 Duchesne County Fair. The 2010 Duchesne County Fair has a full slate of events this week that are guaranteed to entertain everyone.
Fun now underway at newly renovated county fairgrounds The variety of activities going on at the Duchesne County Fair this week means there’s something on tap for everyone to enjoy. This year’s fair began Saturday with the second annual ranch rodeo in the fairgrounds’ arena and the return of Arenacross and the all-night volleyball tournament Monday. The seven days of no-stop fun will wrap up this Saturday the way any good celebration should — with fireworks. Among other things, fair-goers can sample mouthwatering Dutch oven cooking, admire livestock and home
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economics projects, take a spin on carnival rides, and watch demolition derby champions trade crushing blows in the arena. A complete fair schedule was mailed out in the Uintah Basin Standard last month. Free copies are available at the Standard’s office in Roosevelt and at area convenience stores. Tuesday There’s plenty to do at the fair today. Come on down to the baby show at 9 a.m. in the Duchesne High School SEE FAIR on page A-5
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The familiar sentiment of “not in my backyard” resonated through the Duchesne County Planning Commission meeting room last Wednesday during a public hearing on a proposed military and law enforcement training facility in Lower Red Creek Canyon. Opponents packed the room to voice their displeasure over a request by Draper-based Chamtech Operations to train soldiers and law enforcement personnel in ATV use, electronic surveillance and hand-tohand combat. The meeting was emotionally charged, with landowners and others shouting that they could not hear the presentation or the commissioners’ questions. There were also random comments from the audience during the Chamtech’s presentation. The outbursts prompted Duchesne County Development Director Mike Hyde, who advises the planning com-
mission, to tell the audience: “You’ll have your chance.” Before the hearing, the company dropped what it felt were the most controversial aspects of its plan: sniper training and aircraft flyovers. But it wasn’t enough to sway the commission, which voted 4-2 to deny a conditional-use permit for the facility. Voting to reject the permit request were commissioners Edward Roberts, Dean Burton, Kent Olsen and John Jorgensen. Commissioners Chris Peatross and Shelly Fabrizio voted to approve. Planning Commission Chairman Randy Mair abstained. During the hearing, Chamtech founder Anthony Sutera tried to allay fears about his company’s plans. A lot of rumors were floating around, he said, adding, “I don’t think anyone here understands what we’re trying to accomplish.” Describing himself as a Utah native, he said his small company develops technology for military and
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law enforcement organizations. He said military training over the years for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has been insufficient. His company, he said, was seeking to open a commercial training facility in Duchesne County “to fix some of those issues.” Red Creek Canyon has terrain similar to Afghanistan, Sutera said, and therefore is ideally suited for the type of training Chamtech planned to offer. Reading a letter from his business partner, Sutera said the facility “is imperative to the survivability of our troops and safety personnel.” He said the facility’s services would be marketed to mainstream U.S. military personnel, not paramilitary groups. Recognizing that most of the opponents were concerned about noise from weapons training, Sutera said he “heard shooting the whole time I was there” during a recent visit to the 640-acre property his company has an SEE HEARING on page A-5
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Thinking Out Loud By Cheryl Mecham and holy cow it was all-out cousin war. I am one of the aunts who tut-tutted Cousin A and the whole cousin war — and stayed out of it — though I do have an opinion. Facebook can do good. It can “get the word out.” But most of it is spent BSing. Like my young girlfriends who’d exclaimed, “Oh my heck it’s Donny Osmond!” and I’d swing my head to follow their pointing finger and see a fat lady bent over her shopping cart, and they’d say, “Ha ha! Made you look!” Facebook makes me look. I say I won’t, but I do. I say I can’t stand it, but I find myself logging in once a day. Though I say I’m fed up with
I hate Facebook. I really do. First of all, I’m not good at managing my account. Right now I can’t respond to messages. I do not know why. I think I need the Idiot’s Guide, or a class at the technology college. Maybe a good hit over the head so I can think like the social utility that is eroding my sanity. My kids told me, “Mom, you’ve got to get on Facebook!” So I did. I’ve regretted it more than once. Facebook is a public forum for bragging and whining. Which constitutes a good half of the comments. The other half of Facebook communication is split between the vague comments and inside jokes from friends of my friends’ friends — people I don’t know — and it makes me feel like a voyeur of some kind. What’s left? Irritating advertising, gaming, and quiz taking, or quiz results. “I’m a blue!” says a teasing opening line to a quiz. Hmmm, I wonder what color I would be? I think for a split second and then remember that I am the color of efficiency — whatever hue of the rainbow that is. Maybe orange? I am not going to take a stupid quiz because I have work to do. And anyway, a computer tech told me not to open anything on Facebook, quizzes or otherwise because they are often linked to viruses. I was checking in that’s all. Seeing what my daughters were up to today. Just as I scroll down Facebook informs me that I have six friends online. Oh great! I cannot chat, I need to work. I will not allow myself to open that Pandora’s Box. Guilt washes over me. I feel a flush rising in my neck. I should take a few minutes to say hello. But, I don’t. I won’t. I can’t. And I don’t. So now I feel like a lousy friend. Facebook is not only about love and friendships, it’s a place that has launched hateful family feuds. I know because our family was involved in one. I heard about it secondhand — after the fur and feathers had settled. Cousin A shot out a dart about one of the family clans,
Mary Bernard Vernal Express A group of enterprising master’s of social work students at Utah State University have submitted a grant proposal to establish a youth receiving center in the Uintah Basin. Obtaining a Pepsi Refresh Everything Grant will require the votes from Basin residents though. The students say the center will work with the state Division of Child and Family Services to temporarily house kids who are waiting for their parents or guardians to pick them up.
Family Matters By ViAnn Prestwich When I was a kid, society had standards. There was a uniform code of conduct that we, as a civilization, could agree upon. There has been an erosion of those standards in the past few years. And today’s youth don’t even recognize the shift. Ten years ago, even five years ago, if a man was having a loud argument while standing alone on the street corner, we knew who this guy was. He was the village idiot. He was one fry short of a Happy Meal. He had a loose chip in the old microprocessor. We knew his wheel was turning, but the hamster was dead. But now, the code of conduct has changed. Having a conversation with an unseen second party is considered normal. Not only normal, but we respect these individuals because their lives are so important what they have to say can’t wait one more minute and wearing a wireless head piece is the only way they can accomplish all the important stuff they are doing. I, on the other hand, would only be using my unseen communication to tell my youngest to stop planting the bird seed in the window wells, and
if there is some seed already spilled down there, it doesn’t need to be watered with a hose, and if you ignore my watering instructions, please, close the basement window. Of course, I might be fielding a phone call from my second son who wants to know what happens if someone, and he’s not saying who, happened to be roasting a marshmallow in the propane fireplace and the marshmallow dropped on the part where the flame comes out. Now too long ago, if you heard music coming from your purse, you got to thinking maybe your own mainspring was wound a bit too tight. Not anymore. At the game the other night, a trumpet from the pep band started to softly warm up, one woman leaned over and listened to her daughter’s gym bag. Another woman held her purse up to her ear, and a third woman dug a BlackBerry out of her bag. This was not considered abnormal. In our previous world of standards, the guy digging in the dumpster was to be pitied. Now he’s the trend-setting, environmentally-conscious citizen who is trying to save
us from our over-consuming selves. There are professional Dumpster divers who own poles with specially designed hooks on the end. They score food, clothes, and building supplies from the refuse pile. Geeks Into The Streets and ReBOOT are computer companies that brag about getting most of their components from the trash. They have amassed a sizable fortune doing what we hoped our children would be able to avoid. Demonstrating yet again that the British are more progressive than Americans, Dumpster diving is so entrenched in their society, that British TV features a home renovation show that uses nothing but salvaged materials. With these changing standards it’s hard to tell your children what they should aspire to. Future visions of my son didn’t include him talking to an unseen identity as he sifted through a warehouse Dumpster looking for discarded motherboards and extra RAM. But, if he can find something in there to fix up the family room, I guess I’ll have to be content.
“Right now, when children are removed from a home maybe because of domestic violence or something, they can be sent to Richfield, out of the area,” said USU student Suzanne Maddox. Often, through no fault of their own these children, are also forced to wait in the Split Mountain Detention Center until their parents can come get them. “They are traumatized by the removal and we are trying provide a more suitable place for families to be reunited,” Maddox said. “We’re trying to get a grant for $250,000 from Pepsi to fund the project.” The grant is based on an online voting campaign that started Aug. 1 and ends Aug. 31. Pepsi will announce the winners on Sept. 1. The two highest vote getting proposals
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Reporting on the ‘Inappropriate’ By Geoff Liesik An online comment on a short article I wrote last week criticized me for being “far too graphic” in my reporting about a Uintah County woman charged with sexually abusing a 6-year-old boy. The commenter said the content of the article as “most inappropriate” and asked who wants to explain “those words” to a child? To the commenter I would say, you’re right. It is “most inappropriate” for someone to have sexual contact with a 6-year-old child. But that is what this woman has been accused of by police and prosecutors, so that is what I reported. By “those words” I can only assume that the commenter meant words like “aggravated sex abuse,” “sodomy” and “sexual gratification.” As a father, I don’t relish the prospect of telling my kids what these words mean. Still I would rather they hear the explanation of the concepts behind those words from me as their parent than from a police officer or prosecutor because I failed to educate them about what someone with prurient interests might want to do to them. The sad fact is that too many children in our communities are victimized physically and sexually, many times by the very people who are supposed to be nurturing them instead. And, the reality is that when those people are called to answer for their crimes in the local courts, this newspaper and its sister paper, the Vernal Express, have a responsibility to report on those cases. We do not have the space to report on all of them. There are just too many on the docket. So we choose the ones that seem to stand out for one reason or another, that highlight how insidious the cycle of abuse has become in our society. The case I was criticized for reporting on was unusual because of the young age of the child and the fact that the alleged perpetrator is a woman. There were other details about the case that stood out, but I chose not to include them in my article because they weren’t necessary to tell the story and would have easily identified the alleged victim, something I have tried over the years to avoid as much as possible. I get incensed when someone suggests that we should not report on physical or sexual abuse, as if doing so will somehow make it all go away. People who feel this way should realize
that ignoring these stories because they make them uncomfortable only serves to perpetuate the abuse. If you think it’s uncomfortable reading the article, think about how uncomfortable the victim felt while they were being violated or how uncomfortable it was for them to tell a police officer or social worker about what happened to them. As a parent concerned about maintaining as much of my children’s innocence as possible, I don’t discuss the details of the cases I cover when they’re around. Trust me, they have plenty of make-believe nightmares and boogeymen of their own to worry about without having to know how dark the human heart can truly be. But I do talk to them about the very real dangers of allowing someone — anyone — to touch them, talk to them, or treat them in ways that are inappropriate. My wife and I have those conversations using words that are age-appropriate for our boys in an effort to get the message across without unnecessarily scaring them. I have been in too many courtrooms as child victims or their parents recount the unspeakable and long-lasting harm that has been inflicted by an abuser. Many parents tell the judge they had no idea that something like this could happen to their child. That’s why I write many of the court stories I do, to try to open people’s eyes to the reality that there are individuals who target children — yours and mine — and until we stop pretending that this isn’t the case and start talking to our children about it, the abuse will continue. Geoff Liesik is on his second tour of duty as editor of the Uintah Basin Standard. He has also worked as a crime reporter for the Deseret News.
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Dear Editor, The Uintah Basin Standard/Vernal Express front page articles concerning the West Tavaputs Project compromise between Bill Barrett Corporation, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance marks a historic victory. These entities have deliberated for many months over the creation of new natural gas wells in the West Tavaputs Plateau and the protection of Utah’s red rock wilderness quality areas. All parties involved have reached a compromise. This compromise appears to have accomplished acceptable resource extraction while natural treasures like Desolation Canyon and other
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Dear Editor, Last week a new report on oil shale and water was released by the Colorado River Basin Roundtable. The report was exciting because it shows that water needs for oil shale are dropping significantly. This new study estimates needing about 1.7 barrels of water for every barrel of shale oil. There are even some companies, like Red Leaf Resources here in Utah, developing technologies that use almost no water. Energy companies are well aware of the water challenges we face in the Intermountain West. Therefore, they are investing heavily in technologies that will reduce the water needed for oil shale production. In the coming years, oil shale water needs will likely drop even farther. It is becoming clear that there is probably enough water to support a large domestic oil shale industry. The policy question we now
must answer is whether we want to use some of our water for energy production. America’s dependence on foreign oil costs us dearly. We export trillions of dollars of American wealth to totalitarian regimes. Our trade and budget deficits balloon. Jobs are exported overseas. And, stopping energy production in America does not protect the environment. It just exports our environmental problems to other countries less capable of coping with them. We are also finding that renewables and fuel-economy standards will not solve our oil problems. We will be increasingly dependent on oil for many decades to come. Lastly, our dependence on foreign oil costs young Americans their lives as we use our military to ensure stable energy supplies. Yet, here we sit on about 2 trillion barrels of oil in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. We all have to come to our own conclusions on the important issue of oil shale. But, as oil shale technology advances, the choice is becoming a lot
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documented wilderness quality areas remain intact. And that’s not all! Nine Mile Canyon Coalition president Pam Miller has been involved in the deliberations. She and her organization have heightened the awareness of the cultural resources along the Nine Mile Canyon. Bill Barrett Corporation has agreed to study the impact of added traffic on the Fremont and Ute rock art.
Reader: Kenya article uplifting Dear Editor, I am currently deployed as a member of the Utah National Guard to The Horn of Africa. One of the ways I keep in touch with the Basin is reading the Uintah Basin Standard online. I enjoyed the article by Cher-
Why tolerate that which is wrong? Dear Editor, One of the ways of fascism is to first destroy people’s belief in God and replace it with the theory of Darwinism, then to destroy the traditional family unit by replacing it with sexual perversions and consequently to create a loss of balance as to what is right and wrong and a loss of stability. That which we would first reject is then tolerated, then pitied and finally embraced. Much has been said lately about the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Policy and the need to defend the rights of this person or that person. “Be gentle, don’t step on anyone’s toes or offend anyone” seems to be the rule of thumb. Necrophilia, pedophilia and bestiality are all perversions and so is homosexuality. Homosexuals are always whining about being discriminated against as if they are another race or sex. They are not. One may read this and say: “Wow! What a gay-basher!” Well, sorry to pop your bubble,
Congratulations to all of these dedicated folks for hashing it out, and exhibiting the leadership that gives Utah a more sustainable future. If we can come to the table with issues that are equally important to members of our community, we can learn from this example. We have all the cards. Success and prosperity depend on us playing them wisely. Diane Ackerman President Uintah Mountain Club Vernal
yl Mecham, “Kenya in their hearts.” One of my primary duties is focused on Kenya. Kudos to YouthLINC and their Uintah Basin volunteers. Although I was not aware of their project while they were here, it’s good to know the Basin was represented by such good people. Master Sgt. Jeffery Williams Roosevelt
but I’m not. I have friends who are homosexual and I would risk my life to keep them from harm. But their lifestyle is wrong. I have friends who are alcoholics. They are wonderful people but their weakness is self-defeating and not good. There are those who want to legalize marijuana, cocaine, meth, all drugs so that the users are not discriminated against. But is there not enough suffering from those whose homes are broken and whose lives are lost due to those who choose that way of life? When sex offenders, especially pedophiles, are released from prison, they go on a watch list to let us know where they are living so that we may be protected from being victimized and preyed upon. Does that mean they are being discriminated against? Why is child pornography wrong ... or is it? Will it be one of the next things we pity then embrace in the next few years, along with pedophilia, etc.? Our Constitution can only defend a moral and religious society. Scott Bingham Vernal
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happened before his brother could comprehend it. “The employees were all looking at it ... and then I looked at it again,” Nyberg recalled. The 3/16-inch wide blade had chewed through the outside edge of his left palm, severing the little and ring fingers, mutilating the middle finger and taking off the end of his thumb. In the first minutes of panic and horror, Nyberg saw his father’s tractor pulling up to the haystack just outside of the cabinetry shop. With the kick of adrenaline jolting through him Nyberg bolted out the bay doors running toward his dad. Employee Bill Castner, a former military man, was pulling off his belt and followed Nyberg. Castner took hold of Nyberg’s arm and cinched his belt around the bicep as a tourniquet, a rag worked as a second tourniquet near the wrist. Nyberg’s father thought his sons were “horsing around,” as he says they’re apt to do when they get together. When he realized they were responding to a real emergency, Dale Nyberg jumped into action, loading his distraught and critically hurt son into a pickup truck. The youngest on Nyberg’s brothers, Dax, who also works in the shop, sifted through the sawdust for the severed fingers. He had just read a safety pamphlet two days before which advised putting digits in a cup of water — not ice. He found each severed finger, including the ring finger was circled with his brother’s wedding band. Employees called Uintah Basin Medical Center and told the emergency room a man with a badly mangled hand would be arriving within minutes. On the drive to the hospital, Nyberg said his thoughts were panicky. “I thought there’s no way they’re going to put this thing together,” he recalled. “I’ve lost my whole career. I’ve got this business .... what’s going to happen? How can I take care of my family?” Nyberg’s wife, Blair, was 8 month’s pregnant at the time. She’d been at the shop
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Darrin Nyberg returned to working shortly after a table saw accident that severed the ring and little fingers of his left hand, mutilated his middle finger and chewed through his palm. moments before the mishap and was told her husband had lost his entire hand. She was terrified, not knowing what to expect when she arrived at the hospital. “Everyone was crying. It was bad,” Blair Nyberg said, adding that a nurse came in with her husband’s ring finger, pulled off the wedding ring, wiped it clean with a paper towel and handed it to her. The doctor examining Nyberg told the family he could sew up the injured hand or transport Nyberg to the Wasatch Front where the severed fingers could possibly be reattached. Nyberg opted for re-attachment. He was loaded onto a medical helicopter and given a large dose of morphine to control pain. Unfortunately, the dose was too large, according to Nyberg, and he quit breathing. He was revived in the air, and regained consciousness when the helicopter touched down at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. Dr. William Gowski, an orthopedic surgeon with The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital began working on the severed fingers as Nyberg was prepped for what would be a 10 hour surgery. When he regained consciousness after the long procedure, Nyberg could be certain of only one thing — his family was there — and they loved him. What lay under the big gauze wrap at the end of his left arm, however, remained a mystery. “They told me everything was attached,” Nyberg recalled. “They got everything back on — but the surgeon never made a promise that I’d keep them.” The pain was so extreme the first three days that morphine could not control it. Nyberg underwent a nerve block each day, numbing the nerve in his left arm. Every two hours nurses would check for a pulse in each of his fingers. His hospital room was kept at 90 degrees to promote circulation and keep the hand bleeding, which was crucial to keep veins open and clean. The Nybergs’ parents and other family members and friends were positive and upbeat whenever they entered Nyberg’s room. But, Blair Nyberg said they were worried and sick at heart to see her husband in so much pain. Hundreds of tears were shed. After five days of good strong pulses in each digit, Nyberg was told he had a 90 percent chance of keeping them.
“I was holding my breath, waiting,” he said. Derek, another of Nyberg’s younger brothers, brought a “cheer-up present” to the hospital: a metal cuff that sported a hook. “Just in case,” Nyberg said with a laugh, indicative of the friendly support the brothers show for each other. Recovery After the fifth day Nyberg was discharged with a special plastic cast that fit on the underside of his arm and hand. It was meant to keep his fingers curved in a soft fist position. This kept the tendons, taken from his forearm to rebuild his fingers, from tearing loose. Nyberg learned his knuckles, which were badly damaged by the saw blade, had been removed. He would need additional surgeries to implant new, silicone knuckles. The first couple of weeks at home were tough, even torturous. “I didn’t know if I’d be able to do anything,” Nyberg said. But, he soon found himself back at work, adapting his braced hand to steady a ruler as he designed kitchens. He’d go out to bid jobs with an employee to hold the end of his tape measure. Being useful and managing his business eased Nyberg’s mind. He said he was lucky, because he was the business owner. No one told him he couldn’t get back to work. Nyberg said he was also fortunate to have chosen such a compassionate, cheerful woman as his wife. Blair Nyberg changed her husband’s bandages twice a day, helped him shower, dress and tie his shoes. She patiently massaged his wounded hand to soften the scar tissue, which could harden and reduce mobility. “She was so good,” Nyberg said. A month after his initial surgery, Nyberg began to biweekly physical therapy sessions, one at UBMC and one Intermountain Medical Center. At first he had no strength in his hand. His therapy involved careful manipulation of the damaged fingers, a process that was painful and time consuming. “It got to be too much,” said Nyberg, who was striving to keep his business going and his employees working. He decided to cut down to one physical therapy session a week at Intermountain Medical. Because he was diligent in doing therapy exercises at home, his progress continued. When Nyberg returned to the hospital for his second
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reconstructive surgery months later, he was told to eat pizza the day before operation because it is dense in carbohydrates, which open the blood veins. He was shocked, remembering that an hour before the accident he had pizza for lunch. During the surgery a tendon was removed from the inside calf of Nyberg’s leg and placed in his middle finger. Again he wore a plastic cast molded to hold his finger in the correct position to protect the tendon. The second surgery set him back not only physically, but emotionally. He said after weeks of learning to adapt to the hand and beginning to manage on his own, he felt like he was starting all over again. Blair Nyberg admitted that every once in awhile she had a day where she asked, “Why did this have to happen?” But she shrugged off the question. “I had to be strong,” she said. “I had to be positive. I tried to be super-positive.” Nyberg’s doctor allowed 12 weeks for recovery before the third surgery. That’s when synthetic knuckles were set into the fingers. This time Nyberg was prepared, he knew he’d feel down for a time, he knew it was a set back that would help him move forward. “After every surgery I’d cry about it for a day and then get up and get moving,” he said. Physical therapy helped his grip grow stronger. The exercises he practiced gave his fingers strength and dexterity. His grip went from zero to 60 pounds per square inch, he said. “A man’s grip is 160 psi, a woman’s is 90,” he said. Nyberg said his physical therapist believes that his progress has come about because he got right back to work and found ways to use his hand. At his last therapy session, Nyberg’s strength had increased 10 percent, and he expects it to keep building as he uses his hand. “In my opinion it’s a miracle,” Nyberg’s father, Dale, said. “I know two or three people who have had their hands mashed or cut and they ended up losing fingers. It was a miracle that we got the doctor we did, too.” The last research available on table saw accidents was conducted by the Center for Injury Research and Policy of The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. It found that from 1990-2007, an estimated 565,670 non-occupational table saw-related injuries were treated in U.S. hospital emergency departments, averaging 31,500 injuries per year. “I think we get too comfortable around things that are dangerous,” Dale Nyberg said. “Especially when we are doing the same type of thing over and over. And (Darrin) was in a hurry that day.” For someone who has worked in cabinetry or frame shops since he was a teenager, Nyberg never thought that his hand could be caught in a saw on an ordinary day. To help others understand that no one is exempt from injury, he contributed the graphic photos of his severed fingers and torn hand to Uintah Basin Applied Technology College wood shop instructor Aaron Reary, who shows the photos as he teaches shop safety. Nyberg said he wants others to respect the tools they use so they can avoid an accident. And for those who are injured, they “need to get up and start doing stuff.” Don’t feel sorry for yourself,” he said. “You’re going to have down days. But keep fighting it. It will feel normal after awhile.”
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Landowners and others listen to comments from opponents during a Duchesne County Planning Commission public hearing on Chamtech Operationsâ€™ request for a permit to run a military and law enforcement training facility in Lower Red Creek Canyon. Commissioners voted 4-2 to deny the request. be unnecessary (and would dis- â€” we donâ€™t know what these turb) our quiet environment,â€? people will be doing after Compton said. â€œAnd what about hours,â€? she said. â€œItâ€™s just Continued from page A-1 the impact on the elk herds and not an appropriate use of this option to purchase. the deer migrating back and beautiful land.â€? Fruitland resident Bill forth? Hyde had made two recomWalsh sought to discredit â€œThe people who live there mendations to commissioners Suteraâ€™s comments, saying that donâ€™t live in the city for a rea- â€” one to reject the permit and the companyâ€™s website, www. son,â€? he added. one to approve it under numerchamtechops.com, â€œtalks all One woman said her parents ous conditions to reduce the about weapons training.â€? Many moved to the Red Creek area effects of noise, dust and odors in the room wondered aloud 20 years ago. and the impact on the water about the countyâ€™s ability to â€œThey love that quiet. I supply and public safety. monitor activity at the facility would hate for them to lose The report to reject the to ensure that the type of train- that,â€? she said. permit states that despite the ing being conducted would be in Others mentioned not only economic and training benefits line with what the commission noise, but the effects of dust the proposal would bring, â€œthe might approve. stirred by ATV training and protection of rural residential Dwayne Compton, a mem- more vehicles using Red Creek and recreational interests in ber of the Camelot Homeown- Road, which they described as the area from adverse impacts, ers Association, said his main being in poor condition. such as noise, would be difficult concern was the noise such a Helen Watts, a Layton wom- to attain.â€? facility would create. He said an who owns property in the Chamtech has until 5 p.m. he can sit on his porch and area, suggested that military on Aug. 16 to file an appeal of hear the running waters of Red men being housed on the site the decision. Sutera could not Creek and Strawberry River. would create a ruckus following be reached for comment on â€œI feel like the impact (of daytime training periods. his companyâ€™s plans after the Chamtechâ€™s operation) would â€œWe have no guarantees meeting.
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ing so far as to fake seizures in order to throw investigators off. â€œWe beg you to let my mom stay in jail,â€? the girl told Payne. â€œAt least give her 20 years to let us grow up safe.â€? The children sat together with their foster parents in the courtroom many times hugging or comforting each other dur-
ing the lengthy proceeding. Napolitano, seated next to defense attorney Lance Dean, showed little emotion, but turned her face away from the judge when the youngest child spoke. Dean told the court that his client is remorseful about what happened and wants her children to have a chance at a more stable life without her. â€œI apologize to the court. I do love my children. I want to do whatâ€™s best for them, thatâ€™s
why I signed over my rights,â€? said Napolitano, who gave birth to a fifth child while free on bond. That child remains in the custody of family members out of state. Frank Napolitano, 54, also faces up to 15 years in prison on second-degree felony child abuse charges. He has already signed over his parental rights to the children and faces a status hearing in his case on Aug. 18.
auditorium. All babies entering the show must have been registered by the Aug. 3 deadline. Organizers have said there will be no exceptions. You can also head over to the fairgrounds at 9 a.m. to watch the Livestock Showmanship Contest. Hogs will be judged at 9 a.m., sheep at noon, and beef showmanship judging will be held at 3 p.m. The carnival also begins today. Wristbands that allow you to ride all of the rides are on sale for just $10 for tonight, $12 for Wednesday and Thursday night, $14 for Friday night and $15 for Saturday night.. The Little Buckaroo Rodeo begins at 6 p.m. at the fairgrounds arena. Gate opens at 5:15 p.m. Admission is free. There will be mutton bustinâ€™ again this year. Pre-registration is required and the deadline has passed, so if you arenâ€™t signed up just come and enjoy watching all the action. Opening the â€œUnder the Tentâ€? venue, where all the shows are free, is T.C. Hatter and Marcianne. Shows start at 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Wednesday Market Livestock Shows get underway at 9 a.m. with market hogs followed by market lambs. At 3 p.m. the breeding beef will be in the arena, followed by market steers. Rabbits and poultry entries will be accepted from 9 a.m. to noon. Just a reminder, there can be no early or late entries. Arts and crafts exhibits open to the public today from 2 to 7 p.m. The senior citizen dinner will be held at Wallace Park (by the swimming pool) at 5 p.m. Performing â€œUnder the Tent,â€? where all the shows are free, is Shaun Dee â€” aka the Hypno Hick. Shows start at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Wrap up the evening with a concert in the rodeo arena by Opal Hill Drive and the Bellamy Brothers. The performances kick off at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10. Thursday The livestock sale arena will be packed, so be sure to get to the fairgrounds early today and get a seat. Continental breakfast for the Junior Livestock supporters will be held from 9:30-10 a.m. The Junior Livestock Sale
begins at 10 a.m. with hogs, followed by steers, and lambs. Arts and crafts exhibits open to the public today from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Then itâ€™s time for the demolition derby, easily one of the most popular attractions at the fair! Get there early for a good view of the action because there is no reserved seating. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the crashes begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $10. Kids 4 and under get in free. There will be a battle of the bands at the â€œUnder the Tentâ€? venue, where all the shows are free, beginning at 9:30 p.m. The entry deadline is today, Aug. 10, and all genres are wanted. To enter contact Codie Blackburn at 435-738-0107 or 435-6404806, or Tracy Adams at 435738-2201. There are prizes for the winners. Friday Arts and crafts exhibits will be open to public from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Breeding Livestock Show will be held as follows: 10 a.m., sheep show; 1 p.m., poultry and rabbit youth show. The co-ed softball tournament gets underway today at the city softball fields near the fairgrounds. This will be an all-nighter. The gate opens for the rodeo at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. in the fairgrounds arena. For an admission fee of $8 for adults, and $5 for senior citizens and children 12 and under, you get to see bareback and saddle bronc riding, tie down, steer wrestling, team roping, and breakaway. Fireworks and dancing follow the rodeo. The â€œUnder the Tentâ€? venue, where all the shows are free, will feature magician Century Russell. He will wow crowds with his talents beginning at 7 p.m. Following Russellâ€™s performance, Hair Nation will take the â€œUnder the Tentâ€? stage for a free concert at 9:30 p.m. Saturday The final day of the fair is packed with activities. A 3-mile fun run/walk begins at 6:30 a.m. Do not be late or youâ€™ll miss out! Registration begins at 6:15 a.m. at the tan fair building. There is a $3 entry fee for all ages and fitness levels. Registration for the sprint triathlon or duathlon at Starvation State Park will be held from 6 a.m. to 6:45 a.m. Participants must meet at 7 a.m. at Juniper Point at Starvation
Reservoir. Triathletes will complete a Â˝-mile open water swim, a 14-mile mountain bike ride, and a 5K dirt road run, while duathletes will complete the bike ride and run. An open car show will take up the grass at Roy Park (the park by the fairgrounds) beginning at 9 a.m. The event ends at 2 p.m. Kids Day at Wallace Park, which is geared toward kids ages 1 to 9, will feature a variety of free events. Be there from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; those 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult or a responsible teenager. The bike race for kids starts at 9 a.m. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and helmets are mandatory. After the ride, donâ€™t miss out on the cake walk at 10:30 a.m. Teen Day activities for kids ages 10 to 15 will be held at Wallace Park from noon to 2 p.m. Planned activities include swimming, bowling and more. Today is your last chance to view the arts and crafts exhibits. They are open from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The goat show also begins at 10 a.m., with check-in starting at 9:30 a.m. The horse pulls begin at 10 a.m. in the fairgrounds arena. There will be three categories: lightweight, midweight, and heavyweight. Weigh-in will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. And prize money will be awarded to the winners. A talent show will take place at the â€œUnder the Tentâ€? venue at 1 p.m. Winners will perform again at 6:30 p.m. The entry deadline is Wednesday and performers should contact Codie Blackburn at 435-738-0107 or 435-640-4806, or Tracy Adams at 435-738-2201. Everybody loves a parade! If youâ€™re in the parade, start lining up at 4 p.m. If you are planning on watching it, get your spot picked out so you are ready for the 5 p.m. start time. The entry deadline is Friday and interested parties should contact Shaina Clayburn at 435-823-3377 or Tracy Bleazard at 435-646-3001. The second night of rodeo action starts at 7:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds arena. Admission again is $8 for adults, and $5 for children 12 and under and senior citizens. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Following the rodeo, Jagertown will perform a free concert â€œUnder the Tent,â€? with dancing and fireworks closing out the 2010 Duchesne County Fair.
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Drill tests employees’ response to shooting By Geoff Liesik Uintah Basin Standard Duchesne County officials are calling a training exercise held at the county administration building last Tuesday a success. The drill, which closed the building from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., was meant to test how employees would respond if a gunman entered the building and began shooting. “I shot a couple of rounds and then you could start hearing doors slamming and locking,” said Duchesne County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Dave Boren, who played the role of one of the gunmen. “It went pretty good,” Boren said. “They’ve been preparing and implementing some procedures of the last couple of months and it actually worked out really well, I thought.” As part of the exercise, deputies went room by room in the county building, clearing threats and locating employees who had found hiding places, per their training. Law enforcement officials used to train people to evacuate buildings where someone was
actively shooting while police set up a perimeter and waited for SWAT teams to arrive and deal with the gunman. All that changed after April 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. Now people are taught to escape if its safe to do so or immediately lockdown in place, said Duchesne County Sheriff’s Lt. Travis Tucker. And police are taught to enter buildings with whatever officers are at the scene and engage the “active shooter.” “You want to get in a position where its harder (for the gunman) to find you,” said Tucker, who led the training for the county’s administrative employees and has put on seminars on office safety for Moon Lake Electric Association and the state Division of Child and Family Services. Mike Lefler, the county’s emergency management director, helped coordinate last week’s drill which included a “wounded” worker who had to be treated by emergency medical personnel. He said he is now working on an after action report to identify areas for improvement.
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Local talent sought for prevention ad By Cheryl Mecham Uintah Basin Standard Are you a rising star who wants their first big break? Or a videographer or producer who dabbles in film? Maybe you’re just a regular Joe or Jane reading this article and your life has been altered because of drug or alcohol use? No matter who you are Robin Taylor, prevention coordinator with Northeastern Counseling Center, wants you to make an original commercial that suggests healthy alternatives to drug and alcohol use. According to Taylor, Daggett, Duchesne and Uintah counties are in trouble. The area — which comprises one-sixth of the entire state — has the highest number of DUI arrests in Utah, while receiving the lowest percentage of state funding, which is based on population size. Taylor is working daily to turn that statistic around, first, by asking for additional funding, which has been recently allocated, and second, by putting that funding to good use. Some of the funds she has received will go toward a public service announcement project. Not only does the Basin have the highest number of DUI arrests in the state, Taylor said, but when those arrests are made the average blood-alcohol level is around .23, nearly four times the legal limit for impairment. The national average is .15. The numbers are telling. Because of the availability of drugs and alcohol, the boom and bust oil-field economy, and the instability of neighborhoods, the risk factors for adolescents are elevated, Taylor said. “We think because we’re rural, we’re safe, but we’ve got the highest rates” of drug and alcohol use, Taylor said. That is why Taylor is working overtime to spread preven-
tion messages by shooting T-shirts emblazoned with antidrug and alcohol messages out of cannons at public events and setting up booths with boxes of freebies to give away. It gives her the opportunity to engage people in conversations about abstinence from these harmful substances. The most important conversations though are the ones people have in their own homes, Taylor said, adding that parents must tell their children that they don’t want them to use alcohol or drugs, and if they do, what consequences there will be. “Parents can’t say, ‘If you do this, I’ll kill you,’ Taylor said, “because (kids) know their parents aren’t really going to kill them.” Taylor said parents must be clear. It is better to lay out specific consequences, such as, “If you use, you won’t be using your car or your cell phone for one month.” Taylor said if parents don’t know the answers to their kids’ questions, she will find them. “I have the help of 13 prevention specialists statewide and can tap into the national programs, too,” she said. Taylor believes public service announcement project will provide her with information about the pressures that people young and old face in the community. As she learns what those are, she intends to structure her prevention tactics to teach the skills to deal with those pressures. There are a few rules for making the commercials. Taylor said commercials should run no longer than 2 minutes. Those with the best chance of winning will be ones portraying positive messages — “no scare tactics or violent content,” she said. Anyone can enter and the commercial which will first be judged by a committee put together by Taylor that will involve Northeastern Coun-
CHERYL MECHAM, Uintah Basin Standard
Robin Taylor, prevention coordinator for Northeastern Counseling Center, stands next to a life-size cutout of a Utah Highway Patrol trooper that sits in her office warning everyone to keep Utah’s roads alcohol free. Taylor is hosting a contest for the best original commercial that promotes healthy alternatives to drug and alcohol use. The T-shirt she is holding was drawn by co-worker Zeke Burnett. seling staff and area business owners. The winning commercial in the tri-county area will be professionally remade by V-TV, with the original script and actors and will be aired around sport programs. Each commercial will be assigned a category: elementary, junior high/middle school, high school and community. Commercials can be made with friends, family, church groups, classes — really any group imaginable. Completed commercials must be submitted Sept. 17 by 5 p.m. They must be clearly identified with names, address,
‘Meth-No-More’ program earns award The National Association of Counties has recognized Uintah County’s Meth-NoMore Program with its 2010 Achievement Award. Heather Hoyt, county grants administrator, told county commissioners that the national award recognizes “unique and innovative county programs
… that make a difference in people’s lives and in their communities.” The award presented to the Meth-No-More program was the only such award given to a county in Utah. Nationally, the association has handed out 480 awards this year in 27 states. “We’ve helped a lot of people
facing addiction,” said Kit Yack, program director for Meth-NoMore. “By the end of April we have assisted 159 clients, of which 14 are family members. That’s reunited families.” The purpose of the program is to try to reduce recidivism. — Mary Bernard, Vernal Express
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Court Filings The following individuals were arrested and had felony charges filed against them in 8th District Court last week. Individuals listed are presumed innocent until proven guilty. For the safety of law enforcement officers and process servers, listings exclude filings against individuals who have been charged, but have not been served with a summons or were not arrested and may be unaware of the charges against them. Duchesne County KANE, Lloyd George, 40, possession of use of a controlled substance, seconddegree felony; possession or use of a controlled substance, third-degree felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, class A misdemeanor; unlawful possession, purchase or transfer of a dangerous weapon, class A misdemeanor; driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, class B misdemeanor; operating a vehicle without insurance, class B misdemeanor; failure to register a towed vehicle, class C misdemeanor; open container in a vehicle on a highway, class C misdemeanor. MARTINEZ, Martin Joseph, 28, possession or use of a controlled substance, thirddegree felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, class B misdemeanor. McMULLIN, Cody Earl, 31, aggravated assault, second-degree felony. Uintah County HORROCKS, Jillyan, 23, possession or use of a controlled substance, third-degree felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, class B misdemeanor. MATHIESEN, R andall Scott, 33, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, third-degree felony; driving on alcohol restrictions, class B misdemeanor; unlawful purchase of alcohol by an interdicted person, class B misdemeanor. MELVILLE, Gregory L., 37, failure to register as a sex offender, third-degree felony. POTTS, Kenneth Durwood, 27, burglary, second-degree felony; theft, class A misdemeanor; possession or use of a controlled substance, thirddegree felony. WHITE, Wendy Jo, 24, failure to register as a sex offender, third-degree felony. WISSIUP, Jamie Marie, 21, criminal mischief, third-degree felony; intoxication, class C misdemeanor. Source: Utah State Courts
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Ex-teacher gets prison for sex abuse Mary Bernard Vernal Express A former Vernal Junior High School drama teacher was sentenced to prison Wednesday for having sex with a student. Norman Ray Bernard, 58, will serve five years to life in prison for forcible sodomy, a first-degree felony, and three years to life in prison for attempted aggravated sex abuse of a child, a first-degree felony. Eighth District Judge A. Lynn Payne ordered the prison terms to run concurrently. â€œMy client has accepted responsibility for what heâ€™s done,â€? said defense attorney Thomas V. Rasmussen. â€œHe is a person who made a tremendous error in judgment.â€? Rasmussen told the judge that Bernardâ€™s relationship
with the student was a single transgression that took place over a brief period of time. He said that Norman Bernard after seven months of investigations by Vernal police, no other victims have come forward. Prosecutor Greg Lamb countered that Bernard occupied a position of special trust as a teacher. He used that position to â€œgroom his victim,â€? Lamb said. â€œHis remorse set in when he was caught,â€? the prosecutor added. Investigators uncovered â€œover 800 text messages sent
by Bernard to the victim asking her explicit sexual questions and telling her to lie to police,â€? according to Lamb. Bernard was arrested in January after a 14-year-old girl told investigators at the Childrenâ€™s Justice Center in Vernal about sexual activity between the two. In one incident cited in charging documents, the two were preparing for a school play that Bernard was directing when sexual contact occurred on a bed inside the school. The victimâ€™s mother told Bernard that his actions â€œhave changed everybodyâ€™s life.â€? â€œWe trusted you,â€? she said. â€œI will never believe that this was your first and only victim.â€? Bernard, who was a 20-year veteran and award-winning
teacher, was fired from his Uintah School District job shortly after his arrest. His family has stood by him, attending every court hearing. â€œI have damaged the people I love beyond repair,â€? Bernard told the court. â€œI was tempted and I blew it.â€? The use of the word â€œtemptedâ€? drew a reaction from Payne. â€œI hope youâ€™re not blaming the victim,â€? the judge said. â€œThis type of crime victimizes people for a long time, sometimes forever.â€? Payne did not grant Bernard credit for the seven months he has served in jail since his arrest. Under the stateâ€™s sentencing guidelines, Bernard must serve at least five years in prison before he is eligible for parole.
Philpot says Matheson fails to serve the Basin By Geoff Liesik Uintah Basin Standard Republican Morgan Philpot used his visit during UBIC last week to rally the Uintah Basinâ€™s â€œPhilpot Phansâ€? and hopefully motivate others to vote for him in November. The former state representative from Utah County, is challenging Rep. Jim Matheson in the 2nd Congressional District race. He said he was told during a recent visit to the nationâ€™s capital that Republicans around the country are watching the race because of its implications on the bigger political picture. â€œI actually think this is the most important vote that Utahns will have made to this point and time in their lives,â€? Philpot said. â€œThatâ€™s a pretty bold claim, but when you really think about it, imagine what can happen in the next two years if we donâ€™t get the House back. â€œIf Utah does not vote for Morgan Philpot over Jim Matheson, weâ€™re going to get Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House,â€? he added. â€œThe only way to change direction is to flip the House.â€? Philpot said he believes in limited government, fiscal conservatism and balanced budgets, and would work to repeal the recently passed health care reform legislation. â€œAll that and more spells a real healthy economy and real jobs for America,â€? he said. Philpot said he believes it is possible to balance the federal budget, but â€œnot with who we have there.â€? â€œUtah does it every year. A lot of states do it,â€? he said. â€œThe problem is weâ€™re sending people to Congress who wonâ€™t do it and who create excuses for why they donâ€™t.â€? In any balanced budget process, especially in tough economic times, itâ€™s necessary to make cuts to reduce the deficit. Philpot said, if elected, the first step would be to vote to present a budget. â€œItâ€™s really sad when you can speak in absurdities,â€? he said. â€œBut right now I would vote to present a budget. We donâ€™t even have a congressman who would do that.â€? With a budget presented, Philpot said Congress must rescind all unspent federal stimulus funds and take a serious look a making cuts to entitlement programs. â€œI think Americans are ready to be spoken to as if they are adults,â€? he said. â€œI would say the only real plan out there is by Congressman Paul Ryan â€” The Road Map for Americaâ€™s Future.â€? Ryanâ€™s plan would overhaul Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. The Wisconsin Republican says his ideas are the antithesis of President Barack Obamaâ€™s and would save the programs from collapse. â€œPart of Congressman Ryanâ€™s plan is that we hold harmless those in (the programs) right now, and we accept reality going forward,â€? Philpot said. â€œWeâ€™re so far beyond the point of sustainability that our goal ought not be elimination right now, it ought to be sustainability.â€? Philpot said he believes the reason so many politicians in Washington, D.C., fail to represent the values of their constituents is because they have lost their â€œmoral and political compass.â€? The moral compass, in Philpotâ€™s view is based on the imperative to uphold the oath of office that elected officials take to preserve, protect and
defend the U.S. Constitution and the belief in the rule of law. The political compass, he said, is rooted in the principles of the Constitution, including limited government. â€œIf we send men and women with that moral and political compass (to Washington, D.C.), we donâ€™t have to worry about them as much, but then our duty is to be vigilant,â€? he said. â€œWe can never stop doing what we must do as free citizens and that is holding our leaders accountable.â€? Philpot said one area where
he would work to hold the Obama administration accountable is on federal land management issues in Utah. â€œUtah needs a land champion,â€? he said. â€œThereâ€™s a big void right now and I plan on filling that. I think Iâ€™ve got the background to do it. Iâ€™ve got the desire to do it and Iâ€™ve got the principles that line up with the people of Utah.â€? Philpot said local land control is key, adding that no matter how much the acreage in Utah is under federal stewardship, â€œit is still our land.â€?
â€œThis is our livelihood weâ€™re talking about,â€? he said, â€œand we ought to have the majority say in what happens. I believe in environmental stewardship. I believe in responsible land use. â€œBut weâ€™re being governed by extremists in Washington, D.C., and elitists out East,â€? Philpot continued. â€œThey have the power to destroy our economy here in Utah and I donâ€™t think that sits well with anyone in this state.â€? Contributing: Associated Press
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formerly known as Questar Gas Management, has its origin in a 2008 complaint filed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA alleged violations of the Clean Air Act at five QEP natural gas plants located on the reservation. As part of its defense against the suit, attorneys for the company questioned the legal status of the reservation as Indian Country and, therefore, the EPAâ€™s jurisdiction over its plants there. The company also maintains that a 2005 concession agreement with the tribe gives it authority to access certain tribal lands for the purpose of producing and processing natural gas. As part of that contract, the tribe agreed to a limited waiver of sovereign immunity and said it would resolve any dispute or claim that could not be settled amicably through either arbitration or suit in the state or federal court system. â€œAlthough the tribe argues that the action in tribal court was for trespass and not for breach of contract, it is clear to this court, as it was to the tribal court â€Ś that that action was at least â€˜related toâ€™ the agreement,â€? Campbell wrote in her ruling. In granting the injunction against the tribe, Campbell noted that it is â€œlikelyâ€? that QEP will succeed in its breach of contract claim against the tribe. â€œQEP has put forth evidence that it complied with the notice provisions of the (concession) agreement when constructing and expanding its facility on the Stagecoach parcel,â€? the judge wrote. â€œThe tribe has presented no evidence that it objected to the plans QEP submitted. â€œFurther, the agreement
gives the tribe no basis for shutting down operations and expelling workers if a dispute arises,â€? Campbell added. QEP originally secured a federal injunction in July that barred tribal officials from interfering with the ongoing expansion of the Stagecoach plant. U.S. District Judge Dale Kimball, who signed that injunction, later reversed himself and ruled that he lacked jurisdiction because the action brought as part of the larger legal fight between the company and the EPA and not as a part of a separate suit. In a strongly worded statement issued after Kimballâ€™s ruling, Ute Tribe Business Committee Chairman Curtis Cesspooch said the tribe had invited QEP onto the reservation to develop its minerals. â€œBut instead of acting as our partners, they have harmed the tribe and told us we do not exist as a people in our own reservation,â€? he said, adding that the Business Committee was considering the â€œeviction and banishmentâ€? of QEP and its affiliates from the reservation. Tribal officials have maintained that it was QEPâ€™s failure to secure proper permits to access and operate on tribal lands that led to the stop work order for the Stagecoach expansion project at the Iron Horse site. They have also raised concerns about the potential environmental damage that could occur if the expanded plant is allowed to go on line. Attorneys for the tribe asked Campbell on Thursday to dismiss QEPâ€™s complaint or at least stay the injunction. The judge denied both requests, noting that a hearing on the injunction was not necessary. No additional hearings in the case had been scheduled at press time.
Crossroads Center Activities
There will be a Duchesne County Fair senior dinner Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Duchesne Fair Grounds. Transportation will be provided from Crossroads for a fee. Contact Julie, 435-722-4296. Quilt raffle tickets are being sold now at Crossroads for a quilt made and donated by the award-winning Roosevelt Quilt-a-holics. Then, Super Bingo, Aug. 25.
Gateway Senior Center The Gateway Senior Center provides transportation to and from the center, giving seniors access to fellowship, crafts, Wii, cards, bingo, movies, computers, a pool table, piano and much more. We have a wonderful artist instructor that loves to teach others how to paint. We offer a balanced lunch daily with home delivery to those who need it. Call 435-738-1170 or 1171 for information.
Duchesne Co. Fair Baby Show Show off those babies in their swimsuits and hang out Hawaiian style at the Duchesne High School commons area today, Tuesday. Categories are 0-3 months, 4-6 months, 7-9 months, 13-18 months, 19-23 months, 2 year-, 3 year- and 4-year olds. There is a small entry fee. Entry deadline is today, Aug. 3. Call Sally Miles, 435-454-3271 or 435-823-8088 for registration forms.
Union Class of â€˜60 Reunion Plans are in the works for the Union High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion for Saturday at the Crossroads Senior Center. Pass the word and contact Joan (Zimmerman) Crozier, 435-7223367, or mail to: 109 N. 1000 W., Roosevelt UT 84066, or call Alfred Stringham, 435-722-2534, Kenny Ross, 435-722-2958, Bill Hall, 435-722-2750, Stacy Luke, 801-573-1833 or Leon Ross, 435-722-3500.
Union Class of â€˜75 Reunion The Union Class of â€˜75â€™s 35th reunion will be Aug. 28, at the Hale Theater, 3333 S. Decker Lake Dr., West Valley City, starting with a mix and mingle at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. There is a cost. RSVP to Elisa Egan by Aug. 20: 801-885-3381 or amegan57@ yahoo.com.
Quilt Show Members of â€œQuilters On The Edgeâ€? will have quilts on display for their 18th annual Quilt Show. The show will be at the Western Heritage Museum, 328 E. 200 S. within Western Park Complex in Vernal from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. It runs through Aug. 21. Registration for Eagle View Elementary will be held on Tuesday, August 10 and Wednesday August 11 from 9:00 a.m. â€“ 3:00 p.m.
Eagle View Registration Registration will be held today, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. New students and kindergarten students will need to bring a current immunization record and birth certificate. Registration will be held at the Four Winds Head Start Center in Ft. Duchesne. Should you have any questions, please contact 435-722-2247.
Roosevelt/Vernal Institutes There will be a fireside Sunday at the Glines LDS chapel, 1510 W. Highway 40 in Vernal at 6 p.m. The speaker will be Elder Butler. All young single adults are encouraged to attend.
Gateway Seniors Fundraiser Raffle tickets are now on sale at the center or during the Duchesne County Fair for the annual fundraiser. All proceeds go to functions throughout the year for our seniors. They receive presents on holidays and birthdays, go on trips, and attend many other activities that show our appreciation for them. Give the gift of thanks, and you might be further rewarded by winning one of the following prizes (many of them donated): 42-inch flat screen TV; western roping saddle, blanket and spurs; plant stand; stainless steel BBQ grill; one-night stay at Daniels Summit Lodge; homemade wildlife motife quilt; or quilted afghan. Call Joyce for further information at 435-738-2772.
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To be married â€“ Stephanie Wells and Stanley Martin Rose
Wells/Rose Paul and Jone Wells are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Stephanie, to Stanley Martin Rose, son of Martin and Debbie Rose of Manila, Utah. They will be married Fri., Aug. 13, 2010. A reception will be held in their honor that evening at the Chantilly Place, 920 W. Lagoon Street in Roosevelt from 7-9 p.m. A second reception will be held in their honor Sat., Oct. 14 in the evening at the Manila LDS Church in Manila, Utah. Stephanie and Stan met while attending Utah State University n Logan, Utah. Stan graduated from Utah State University in May of 2009. Stephanie graduated from Utah State University in May of 2010. The new couple will make their home in Manila, Utah. In case of oversight, all friends and family are invited to attend.
Kaytlin Carol Uresk will celebrate her first birthday on Aug. 12, 2010. She is the daughter of Brandon and Annie Uresk, and granddaughter of Joe and Linda Bowden and Larry and Brenda Uresk. Happy Birthday sweet girl!
DeVeree Rena Kemp will be 1 year old Aug. 10. We love you! Mommy and Daddy
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The 2010-11 Miss UBIC Native American Pageant winners were: (back row) Native American Tiny Tot UBIC Princess Madison Grant, Miss Native American UBIC Queen Kriseta Tapoof, Junior Miss Native American UBIC Princess Maylaina Ridley, and Little Miss Native American UBIC Princess Gavin Lee; (front row) Native American UBIC Little Brave Glen Garcia and Native American UBIC Brave Arimus Mountainlion. Not pictured: Jace Morningstar, who took Native American Future UBIC Princess in the tiny tot category.
Native American royalty pageant held By Cheryl Mecham completed the wardrobes. U i n t a h B a s i n S t a n d a r d This was an important day for contestants and audience The air was filled with ex- members alike. Organizers citement and anticipation and Austin and Ricky McCook the tinkle of bells on colorful rushed around checking the sound system and making last Native American regalia. Chairs moved, children minute adjustments. A table skipped and laughed, and was laden with covered platters conversation filled Crossroads of sandwiches, bowls of salad Senior and Community Center and pitchers of lemonade. last Wednesday afternoon, in Fo rmer U B IC ro y alt y preparation for the Ute Tea and reigned, smiling and cheering Miss UBIC Native American on the nervous competitors. And then it began â€” the first Pageant. Bright lights flooded the group of contestants was called stage area as contestants to the stage. wiggled in their chairs or on Toddlers in the Future UBIC their parentâ€™s laps dressed in Princess Division came forward sparkles and spangles, velvet tugging their motherâ€™s hands. and satin, or soft buckskin Three youngsters shyly stated made into robes, shawls, dress- their names. Drum music es, shirts or skirts and edged began and their knees began with shells, bells, ribbon or to bend, heads bobbed in time fringe. Beaded necklaces, moc- with the music as they showed casins, handbags, headbands their dancing talent. and feathered headdresses Contestants in the Tiny Tot Princess Division followed. Again, three little girls were led to the stage where they spoke their names into the
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format providing their names and dancing to drum songs. Refreshments were offered in the way of sandwiches, Jell-o fruit salad and cake. While judges tallied scores, attending Ute Tribe royalty performed traditional dances on stage. Little girls with hair in pigtails and pudgy toddler legs climbed the stage steps and danced next to the older girls. Royal titles and sashes were presented to: Jace Morningstar, Native American Future UBIC Princess; Madison Grant, Native American Tiny Tot Princess; Gavin Lee, Little Miss Native American UBIC Princess; Maylaina Ridley, Junior Miss Native American UBIC Princess; and Kriseta Tapoof, Miss Native American UBIC Queen. In the Warrior Brave contest, Glen Garcia took the royal title and sash for Native American UBIC Little Brave and Arimus Mountainlion for Native American UBIC Brave.
The winners of the Altamont Longhorn Days Baby Show were: Emilee and Kristian Webb, daughter and son of Josh and Cassie Webb; Kayli Bennett, daughter of Kenneth and Atissa Bennett; Nevaeh Lamson, daughter of Alvin and Brittiny Lamson; Jacob Jenkins, son of Jared and Erika Jenkins; Cambree Hansen, daughter of Curtis Hansen and Jennie Henline; Gavin and Garrett Remington, sons of Greg and Mindy Remington; Graidy Farnsworth, son of Brook and Shaun Farnsworth; WhitLee Hall, daughter of Krissa Hall; Ryker Timothy, son of Derrick and Michelle Timothy; Jessa Farnsworth, daughter of Jessie and Deanna Farnsworth; Kayson White, son of the late Shayna Brady White, grandson of Darren and Melody Brady; Paislee Richards, daughter of Nathan and Billie Jean Richards; Michael Ralphs, son of Giovana Ralphs; and Sophie Rasmussen, daughter of Jen Rasmussen.
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microphone, and performed a talent. One young lady â€” who took the title â€” presented an art book with hand drawn pictures which she narrated as her mother turned the pages. Others performed jingle dances, stepping lightly on their toes. The Little Miss contestants took the stage and announced their names, their parentsâ€™ names and sometimes grandparentsâ€™ names before presenting a talent. Of those who vied for the title, three girls performed songs and one danced an energetic number to rock â€˜nâ€™ roll music. Young women in the Junior Miss and Queen divisions were equally talented. Of the three competitors, two read moving pieces of poetry they had written, and one shared a musical number performed on the violin. Not to be left out, boys bedecked in feathers, beads and belts competed in two age divisions for brave status following the same pageant
Elder Travis Jay Hamaker son of Glade and Debbie Hamaker is returning home from the Brasil Ribeirao Preto mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will be speaking in the Ballard North Ward, Ballard church on Aug. 15, at 10:30 a.m.
Elder Trevor Todd, son of Bruce and Carla Todd, is returning home from the Japan Sapporo Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will be speaking in the Roosevelt 2d Ward on Sun., Aug. 15, at 9 a.m.
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Slots open for beginner motorcycle-riding Mon., Aug. 9 Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and times Tues., Aug. 10 Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and times Duchesne County Fair Baby Show, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Duchesne High School Commons area Eagle View Elementary Registration, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Four Winds Head Start Center, Ft. Duchesne Wed., Aug. 11 Duchesne County Fair dinner for seniors, 5 p.m., Duchesne Fair Grounds Eagle View Elementary Registration, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Four Winds Head Start Center, Ft. Duchesne Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and times Thurs., Aug. 12 Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and times Fri., Aug. 13 Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and time Sat., Aug. 14 UHS Class of ‘60 Reunion, Crossroads Senior Center Duchesne County Fair, check the Fair Book for activities and time Sun., Aug. 15 Roosevelt/Vernal Institutes of Religion fireside, 7 p.m., Glines Chapel, 1510 W. Hwy 40 in Vernal
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Air Force senior airman Brandon Bruce of Talmage takes advantage of the shade under an F-16 to catch up on hometown news while on deployment in Iraq. Bruce expects to return to his stateside base in South Carolina “within the month.”
By Andre Salvail Vernal Express Ever wanted to learn how to ride a motorcycle, but never made the time? Need to brush up on your motorbike-riding skills? A class offered by Utah State University and the College of Eastern Utah makes it all possible. It’s held in Vernal monthly, with the next class running Aug. 14-15. The two-day course covers the basics of motorcycle riding and lasts seven to eight hours each day. It allows novice riders to ease into the driver’s seat, beginning with written and oral instruction and flowing into practical riding lessons. And when it’s over — if students pass the driving tests — a completion card is issue that can be taken to the state Driver’s License Division for a waiver of the state’s riding skills test required to obtain a motorcycle endorsement. Experienced riders who want to take the course to refresh their knowledge of safety and techniques may take a riding test on a motorcycle with more power than 649cc, thus earning a higher endorsement. Miles Nelson, associate vice president for workforce education at USU-CEU in Price, oversees the course. He said some slots are still open for next week’s class in Vernal. CEU has offered the course in Price since 1995 and in Vernal for the past few years. “The ultimate goal is to promote motorcycle safety and increase knowledge and riding,” Nelson said. Those interested in the class, but unable to sign up for the August course, may opt for the Sept. 18-19 dates. The class also will be offered in October, weather permitting. Nelson said about half of those who take the class are true beginners, with little or no riding experience. There are six slots per class. The cost is $180. Students are put on a motorcycle each afternoon, riding dual-purpose Yamaha 250s. The mornings
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CIB approves funding for Ashley sewer works The state Permanent Community Impact Board approved a request for funding from the Ashley Valley Water and Sewer Improvement District during a project review meeting last week. The district had asked for a $952,000, 20-year loan with zero percent interest to address the need to expand the sewer collection system into the Desert Sage area to replace a failing septic system that has been used for more than two decades. The loan was awarded when the CIB suspended the rules of the monthly meeting to immediately vote to fund the project. The project will address both the immediate needs of Desert Sage and allow for future growth in the area. “This project addresses the health and safety concerns associated with the failing septic system currently in place,” said CIB member and Uintah County Commissioner Mike McKee. “It also addresses any potential environmental issues associated with polluted groundwater. It was obvious to this board that a permanent fix was required and funding was needed immediately.”
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Debbie Whitlock, who taught the USU-CEU motorcycle class in Vernal in July, provides some instruction to student Hailee Pilcher.
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Lucille C. Todd, age 76, passed away August 1, 2010
L. TODD 1924~2010
Lucille C. Todd, dearly beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, left her mortal body behind on Aug. 1, 2010, in Heber City, Utah, following a long illness. She joins her parents, brothers and sisters, as well as many cherished friends. Lucille was born May 7, 1924, in Heber City, Utah, to Alva L. Coleman and Sarah Ann (Annie) Lee Murdock. She attended Wasatch High School where she excelled in sports and was president of the Girl’s Athletic Association and captain of the girl’s basketball team. She has been a central figure in the class of 1942 class reunion for many years. Lucille then attended LDS Business College to learn accounting and worked for several Ford dealerships. Later she worked as office
manager for Bennett Leasing Company in Salt Lake City. Golf became her passion and she played for years with much enjoyment. She was treasurer and tournament organizer for the Roosevelt and Wasatch Ladies Golf Associations. Lucille married Roy M. Todd on June 6, 1963, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lu joined Roy and his daughter, Marca Jean, in Roosevelt, Utah, where he and his brother, Dean, owned and operated Uinta Sales Barn, a livestock auction. Lu assisted Roy as bookkeeper and sales ring clerk until their retirement to Heber City in 1980. They were sealed for time and eternity in the Mt. Timpanogos Temple in July 1997. Lu has been a generous and thoughtful friend to many, a marvelous stepmother, and devoted grandmother. Most of all, she was a loving and faithful wife to Roy. She will be greatly missed. She is survived by her husband, Roy, daughter, Marca Jean (Timothy Grossnickle), 9 grandchildren, and 37 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services were held Aug. 7 at the Heber LDS 9th Ward chapel, 325 E. 500 N., Heber, Utah. Interment in the Heber City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinhoopes.com
Kixton Ray and Kashton D, Brady, premature infant twin sons, passed away Aug. 4 for Kashton and Aug. 5 Kixton
KIXTON and KASHTON BRADY July~August 2010
Kixton Ray and Kashton D. Brady, the premature infant twin sons of Shantae Shanille Brady, of Duchesne, were born on July 29, 2010, at the University Medical Center. Their short lives ended on August 4 for Kashton and August 5 for Kixton. They are survived by their mother, Shantae, grandparents, Darren and Melody
CLARIFICATION The Aug. 3 edition of the Uintah Basin Standard had Tom Anderton’s name spelled incorrectly in the caption under his picture in the obituary section. We apologize for this error. The correct spelling is Anderton, as shown in the remainder of the obituary.
Dortha Anderson White, age 93, passed away August 4, 2010
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To every life there is a season and a time of joy, a time of sorrow. Dortha Anderson White, age 93, of Roosevelt, died Aug.
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2010 REGISTRATION SCHEDULES Altamont Elementary
August 18 and 19
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
August 16 and 17
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
August 9,10 and 11
7:00 am to 2:00 pm
August 18 and 19
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August 17 and 18
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Brady; great-grandparents, Billy Shiner and Shirley Shiner; Leo and Lareta Brady; great-great-grandparents, Harry and Beverly Fieldsted; sister, Khloee Dawn Brady; uncle, Skyler (Stevee) Brady; and cousins, Kayson, Lonnie, and Braylon. They were preceded in death by their aunt, Shayna Brady White and a cousin Brock Miles. Graveside services were held Aug. 9, at the Mountain Home - Boneta Cemetery under direction of the Hullinger Mortuary. 4, at Basin Care and Rehabilitation Center in Roosevelt of causes incident to age. Dortha was born Feb. 23, 1917 in Heber City to John and Sarah Agnes McAfee Anderson. Dortha enjoyed growing up in Bluebell with her six brothers and two sisters. She married Harold Baxendale White Dec. 23, 1935 in Vernal. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple Aug. 15, 1939. Harold died Sept. 24, 1995. The country life she lived was filled with the beauty of nature and the wonder of hard work and a loving family. She enjoyed working in ceramics, crocheting and made many quilts and afghans, all of which she gave away. She is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in the Primary and Relief Society; she freely shared her time, talents and service to others, creating many special friendships and cherished memories. Dortha is survived by one son, Douglas (Maurine) White, Roosevelt; and two daughters, Carma (Scott) Hirschi, Roosevelt, and Barbara (Stanley) Keller, Arcadia; 7 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and 7 great great grandchildren. She is also survived by four brothers, Ivan John Anderson, Sherman Neil (Janice) Anderson, Calvin Reed Anderson and William Max (Maurine) Anderson. She was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters, LeRoy Dell Anderson, Ruth Anna Hartman, Fern Anderson, AMF B. Anderson. Funeral held Aug. 9 at the Hullinger Mortuary. Burial in the Roosevelt Memorial Park.
ANF, county work on Red Cloud Loop An Ashley National Forest road crew, in coordination with Uintah County crews, will work to resurface sections of the Red Cloud Loop Road from Aug. 9 to Aug. 19. The project is taking place to reduce resource damage, replace surfacing that has worn away or add surfacing where it is nonexistent, and maintain access along primary routes that access the Ashley National Forest. “This project is a cooperative effort made possible by the recent signing of a Road Maintenance Agreement between the Forest Service and Uintah County,” said Vernal District Ranger Nick Schmelter. “This collaborative effort will improve the road’s surface and provide for a more comfortable drive along the Red Cloud Loop.” Work will take place Monday through Thursday each week from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Material to resurface sections of the road will be hauled in from the Little Brush Creek Pit along U.S. Highway 191. Drivers are urged to use caution as they travel Red Cloud Loop because the trucks will slow travel and the work will cause minor delays. A pilot car will lead trucks hauling surfacing material to and from the work site. Work will take place along Red Cloud Loop in the vicinity of the north fork of Ashley Creek for about 1.3 miles near Iron Springs and Colton Guard Station for about for 5 miles, and near Round Park for about 3 miles.
Mary Jane Stanley, age 94, passed away August 2, 2010
M. STANLEY 1916~2010
Mary Jane Stanley (94) our beloved Grandma Janie, returned to her Heavenly Father on the Aug. 2, 2010, to be with the many loved ones that have gone on before. She was born July 22, 1916 to Jacob Wheeler Reed and Anna Belle Woodward in Murray, Utah. She was raised on the Ranches of Northern Elko County with her four brothers and two sisters. She married Thomas Henry Stanley on a nice September afternoon in 1934. They lived on the White Rock Ranch in Elko County until 1935 when they moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. Their
only son, Reed Leroy Stanley was born while they were living in Salt Lake City. She was baptized a member of the LDS church on Easter Sunday April 1, 1945. She lived her life serving family and others through church callings and community volunteerism. She served as a Family History Missionary in the Roosevelt, Utah Stake, and did extraction work in the Tremonton, Utah Stake. Her home and her heart were always open to everyone. She is survived by her son Reed Stanley (LaDean), Holbrook, Idaho, three grandchildren: Kari Sue (Dee Marble), Ronald Dean (Debbie) Stanley, Steven R. Stanley (Heatherly); thirteen great grandchildren, and five and a half great great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband, siblings, and one great granddaughter. Grandma Janie will be greatly missed by friends, family, and loved ones. Her family expresses thanks to Primrose Healthcare and Hospice, Doctors, and those wonderful people who have touched her life over the last few years. Funeral Services were held Aug. 5 in the Bothwell LDS Chapel. Interment services were in the Redwood Memorial Estates Cemetery in Taylorsville, Utah.
partying. He thought of himself as a cook, but he wasn’t very good at it. He had a great sense of humor, always joking around and playing pranks. Family was very important to him and he always took good care of his younger brothers and sisters. He had gotten his welder’s certificate and was going to pursue that as his career. Brady is survived by his mother, Connie Laws (Jason Case), Roosevelt; father, Bill (Susan) McKee, Orem; stepfather, Jared Laws, Roosevelt; brothers and sisters, Adam McKee, Memphis, Tenn.; Bailey Laws, Roosevelt; Sam Brady Scott McKee, age 17, McKee, Orem; Gage McKee, passed away August 4, 2010 Gavin McKee, both of Roosevelt; Emily McKee, Orem; grandparents, Jane and Richard Jeffs, Roosevelt; grand1993~2010 mother, Thelma Jensen, Cedar City; great-grandparents, Fred Brady Scott McKee, age and Pam Richins, Myton; 17, of Roosevelt, passed away Lorna Jeffs, Roosevelt; cousins, August 4, 2010, at his home. Cameron, Chris, Casey, Quincy He was born March 6, 1993, Vreeken; best friend, Dennis in Provo, to William Howard Manning; and numerous other McKee and Connie Rae Jeffs. relatives and friends. He would have been a senior at He was preceded in death Union High School where he by his brother, Ryan McKee, played for the football team. grandfather, Ron Jensen; Brady was an avid football great-grandmother, Oma Lee fan and player—he pretty much Richins; great-grandfather, ate, slept, and lived it. He also Floyd Jeffs. enjoyed watching mixed mar- Graveside services were tial arts, listening to music, held Aug. 7, at the Roosevelt attending concerts, hunting, Memorial Park. Condolences hitting on girls with boyfriends, may be viewed and sent at www. hanging out with friends, and hullingermortuary.com
County approves wastewater ponds By Mary Bernard Vernal Express Uintah County has approved conditional use permits for three Kerr-McGee evaporation pond facilities. “All three projects are proposed for existing evaporation pond facilities operated by Kerr-McGee Oil and Gas Onshore LP,” said county planner Matt Cazier. Kerr-McGee Drilling is a subsidiary of Anadarko Petroleum Corp., which is the largest single natural gas producer in the Greater Natural Buttes field, which is located in southern Uintah County. Each of the existing evaporation facilities operate in the vast expanse of the field where the wastewater is produced through drilling. Much of the produced water that can be reused stays in the field, but the remainder, high in contaminants, is sent to the ponds for evaporation. Placement of wastewater disposal ponds has been an issue as the pools hold potentially toxic and foul-smelling fluids drawn from hydraulic fracturing processes. State and federal regula-
tions restrict the disposal of this water, which cannot be used to recharge the local aquifer or allowed to drain across the landscape. Additionally, the ponds give off a foul smell that comes from hydrogen sulfide. A county ordinance requires that any disposal pond be located a minimum of two miles from any residential property. “Even though these ponds are many miles away from where the public resides, I still think there’s value in ensuring that there’s odor control, so the wind doesn’t carry offensive odors,” said Uintah County Commissioner Mike McKee. No public comment was received by either the county Commission or Planning and Zoning Commission concerning Kerr-McGee’s conditional use permit applications. All three of the facilities are located on state School Institutional Trust Lands. Commissioners voted unanimously to approve the conditional-use permits with the stipulations that the evaporation ponds meet all state Division of Oil, Gas and Mining regulations, including subsequent reclamation.
Health care grants for kids SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation is seeking applications from Utah families in need of financial assistance to pay for their child’s health care treatments. Qualifying families can receive up to $5,000 to help pay for medical services and equipment such as physical and occupational therapy, prescriptions, wheelchairs, orthotics, eyeglasses and hearing aids. Grants are also available when
insurance may cover only a portion of the expenses. The foundation awarded grants to more than 450 families last year. To be eligible, children must be 16 years of age or younger. Families must meet economic guidelines, reside in the United States and have a commercial health insurance plan. More information can be found online at www.uhccf. org/apply_applicant.html.
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There’s still time for a lot of the loss of vision takes place in the summer fun between now and brain. The 20/20 eye chart screenwhen Duchesne County stuing is not adequate for the detecdents return to class. But when tion of this problem. that first bell rings on Aug. 24, “If we catch this early, we can schedules all over the county will make significant changes,” Powchange. To make that transition a ell said. “If the child gets too old, little easier and more productive then we aren’t as successful.” parents should consider what will Like many ophthalmologist, help ensure that their student is Powell’s office is designed to acready to learn. commodate even the youngest These considerations should not patients. Ruth Gordon has worked just be about new shoes and No. 2 with Powell for seven years and pencils. Appointments should be described how his nonthreatenscheduled with qualified profesing personality helps children feel sionals to check eyes, teeth, and comfortable. update immunizations. Many stu “We have special little screens dents may need a sports physical for kids that don’t know their ABCs,” Gordon said. or physical therapists. Often there She also laughed when she disare a lot of parents trying for the same appointment times, so plancussed a small girl who had been ning ahead pays off. given drops to dilate her eyes. “She came in and told us, ‘He Optimum vision made me cry yellow tears,’” Gor Experts suggest that more than don said. “She wasn’t upset just 80 percent of what a child learns fascinated.” in school is presented visually, so “Young children usually consider making sure a student has good doctors a place where they will get vision can make a big difference in something stuck in their mouth or their academic performance. ears,” Powell said. “I’m not do Dr. Shane Powell is an ophthaling that. We just have lights. Once mologist with the Uintah Basin they understand that, they are Medical Center. He often sees elementary and even high school usually happy to come here.” students who are struggling to Dental care see, but were never referred by Many parents have a difficult the school screening. time judging how much dental Powell explained how students care their children need. Jefrilyn with significant vision difficulties Anderson, who has worked in Dr. will pass screening exams adminTodd Larsen’s dental office for five istered at the schools years, often sees children missing “Some listen to the person ahead school because they are in pain and memorize the letters,” he from a toothache. said. “They want to do well, it’s “They need to bring the kids a test and all students want to do in,” Anderson said, adding that well on the test, so they will lisLarsen’s practice, like others in ten to the person ahead of them, the Basin, works hard to be “kid or they will peek. They have one friendly.” good eye and they won’t actually “He’s patient with the kids,” Anblock their good eye.” derson said of her boss, who is a Powell believes that every child father of four. “And we have iPads, should have an exam by a qualior movies, or music, or even sedafied professional. tion for those who really need it.” “We’ve caught a few kids with Larsen knows parents want to serious problems that we can treat,” he explained, Dr. Shane P and then owel suggested •Diabetic Eye l specializes in: c a re • E y e S u that one of rgery •Eyelid Surge those probry • C ataracts lems is lazy •Macular De g eneration eye. • G la ucoma Lazy eye is a condiical and rg u S tion where e v si n e h re p For Com intments o the brain, p p A e r a C e y E Medical for some Cal 725se-2ve0lt 2&0Vernal reason, does Available in Roo not fully acknowledge the images seen by one eye. In other words, (435) 725-2020
prevent cavities, but they don’t always know the best way to do so. “Even babies can have problems with dental decay when parents do not practice good feeding habits,” he said. He said children shouldn’t be put to bed with anything but water in their bottles and noted that early screening and consistent care results in fewer problems. “The number one childhood infectious disease in the U.S. today is tooth decay,” Larsen said. “This is when acid-producing bacteria dissolves the enamel surface of a tooth.” Larsen referred to a Minnesota Dental Association study when he explained that so many children, teens, and adults introduce significant amounts of acid into their mouths through their diet —specifically by consuming soda pop. The oral health threshold pH for enamel dissolution is 5.5. Battery acid has a pH of 1, while Dr. Pepper has an acidity level of 2.92 and contains nine teaspoons of sugar. Mountain Dew has a 3.22 acidity level and has 11 teaspoons of sugar. “Mountain Dew seems to be the kids’ favorite choice,” Larsen said. “But look how high the acidity is, and the sugar. You would never think to spooning that much sugar into your mouth.” Most dentists would agree that dental care for students would include not only regular brushing but regular checkups and minimal pop consumption. Immunization The shots aren’t always pleasant, but getting kids up-to-date on SEE SCREENINGS on page 12
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their immunizations shouldn’t be put off any longer. According to Jeramie Tubbs, health program supervisor for the TriCounty Health Department, only 40 percent of 2-year-olds in Utah have been adequately immunized. The tri-county area is a little higher at 51 percent. This means that there is a large group of children that will need to visit their physician or TriCounty Health to meet the state requirements. The Utah Department of Health Immunization Rules establishes minimum immunization requirements for attendance at a public, private, or parochial kindergarten, elementary, or secondary school through grade 12. Check with your doctor or the TriCounty Health Department for a complete list of the immunizations your child needs to attend school this fall. Sport physicals Most teens who participate in sports are anxious to get in the game. For their safety, however, Duchesne County schools require a sports physical before an athlete is allowed to compete. These physicals typically take 15 to 20 minutes and are required on a yearly basis to determine if an athlete is healthy enough to participate safely. The physician is able to customize sports physicals for each athlete depending on the sport in which he or she will be participating. A sports physical doesn’t normally address issues of immunization or growth and development concerns like a well-child exam would. Instead special attention is given to such things as blood pressure and pulse, heart murmurs or abnormal sounds, vision, breathing, and posture. A complete medi-
cal history is also included. The five therapists at Uintah Ba There are doctors at Northeastern sin Medical Center will give stuUtah Medical Group who are availdents a free clinic assessment to able for appointments, or athletes determine what needs to be done can see their family physician. For with any injury. those athletes who haven’t already Danley spoke of a girl who was scheduled an appointment, it’s time. anxious to start her soccer season Physical therapy but had “rolled her ankle” while Crystal Danley, a physical therapist playing a pickup game of basketball. at Uintah Basin Medical Center, sug “During the assessment, we iced gests that parents encourage their (the ankle), wrapped it up and children to have a general basic fitput her on crutches,” Danley said. ness level before starting a sport. “We saw her last week, and she is “They need to do some pre-conwalking now. She’ll probably be ditioning,” Danley said. “If they go able to try out for soccer.” into the season and they’re running Denise Hollenbeck has spent all the time and their bodies aren’t ready for it, they’re more likely to get almost two years scheduling pahurt.” tients for appointments in the Even after the precautions, eventuhospital’s physical therapy departally most athletes sustain an injury ment. She said she is amazed at and could benefit from professional the care each athlete receives. advice on how to return more quickly “I’ve never seen anyone work so to the playing field. Parents need to hard for their patients,” Hollenknow that physical therapists can beck said. “They will skip lunch to often offer instruction that will help care for someone that has walked their student athlete heal faster and through the door.” more completely. “Athletes that get an immediate response to an injury are better off than the general public,” Danley said. We understand the anxiety that many A physical children experience when faced with the therapist for more than four years, dentists chair, Danley said a so we work hard to quick assessment make kids feel comfortable and relaxed. of the injury also After each appointment we make sure reduces rehabilitation time. they leave with a smile! “If we can wrap up an injury so the swelling doesn’t get too General, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry Dr. Todd Larsen, DMD bad and give the (435)722-2293 •Offering same day crowns right exercise, email@example.com •Sedation Denistry there is a better 157 N. 100 E. Roosevelt, •Cut your numb time in half try our chance that moUtah 84066 OraVerse bility will return quicker,” she said.
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Miss UBIC Outstanding Teen, Princess winners
STEVE PURO, Uintah Basin Standard
The winners of last week’s Miss Outstanding Teen Pageant were: (from left) First Attendant Chantel Townsend, Third Attendant Ashlae LaRose, Queen Shelby Schneider, Miss Congeniality Shania Priebe, and Second Attendant Karli Campbell.
STEVE PURO, Uintah Basin Standard
The winners of last week’s Miss UBIC Princess (12- to 13-year-olds) were: (from left) Miss Congeniality Elishja Lough, Second Attendant Shantell Brady, Third Attendant Jazmine Barney, First Attendant Chelsie Birchell and Queen Kenadee McMullin.
STEVE PURO, Uintah Basin Standard
The winners of last week’s Miss UBIC Princess (9- to 11-year-olds) were: (from left) Second Attendant Shanessa Cramer, First Attendant Kamri Campbell, Third Attendant Emma Mansfield, Miss Congeniality Cassidy Smith, and Queen Caitlin Phillips.
STEVE PURO, Uintah Basin Standard
The winners of last week’s Little Miss UBIC Pageant were: (from left) First Attendant Lexie Williams, Miss Congeniality Shyann Harrison, Third Attendant Courtnie Bartholomeusz, Second Attendant Akira Farnsworth, and Queen Lephalena Myore.
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NICE MOBILE HOME LOTS AVAILABLE IN CLEAN COMMUNITY PARK. WE ALSO H AV E R . V. L O T S AVAILABLE. MUST PASS BACK GROUND CHECK. CALL TODAY! 435-789-8311 R V S PA C E S F O R rent on Starvation Lake. Showers, laundry and club house. Lake access with boat ramp. Grass and trees. $400 month. No deposit. Includes water, sewer, garbage and electric. 435-738-2044.
a full kitchen, and laundry. All utilities included in rent. We provide wireless interent and cable tv. Call 435-621-2657.
2 BEDROOMS VerCommercial Property nal Condos with large basement. 1 1/2 bath. COMMERCIAL OF- New paint! Multiple FICE SPACE FOR upgrades. Cable serLEASE. 363 EAST vice included! Near MAIN STREET VE- downtown. $645-$850 R A N L . I N C L U D E S 435-503-8428. RECEPTION AREA, Duchesne rentals; 3 THREE INDIVIDUAL bedroom 2 bath mobile PRIVATE OFFICES, home, stove, refrig. SMALL CONFER$850.mo/$300.deposit, ENCE ROOM AND 1 bedroom apt. stove, MACHINES/STORrefrig. Large kitchen AGE ROOM. ACCESS $650.mo/$300.dep.2 TO SHARED LARGE bedroom newly renoCONFERENCE vated mobile home ROOM. AMPLE PARK$650 per month $300 ING FOR CLIENTS. deposit. Bob 435-738IF INTERESTED, 6400. PLEASE CONTACT Beautiful 2 bedroom JOHN BOEKWEG OR Condo for rent. Fully MARLENE ATWOOD furnished, feature AT 435-789-556a
The ARTS & MUSIC
NO QUALIFYING, First months free, $795 a month for 7 years. own free and clear. 2 bedroom, 2 Bath, single wide, Includes: lot, rent, water, and garbage. Call Cory 801-557-1894.
For sale: 20 acres with 2 culinary water hookups on Duchesne Bench. $40,000. (435) 733-0032.
Come and see us in our Duchesne or Roosevelt Offices! Chelle Brandon----------- 724-5070 Frank Smith--------------- 722-1095 Monica Fredette---------- 823-1964 Sherry Jessen ------------- 724-6446 Janet Caywood------------671-7944
Friendly Neighborhood Close to Park This home has everything you need. 4-5 bedrooms, 2 car garage, shop, 2 baths, family room, 300 square foot deck, garden area, fruit trees, covered patio, RV parking, air conditioning $185,000
â€œFor all your Real Estate Needsâ€? 865 E 200 N Roosevelt
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KENTUCKY WAY IN VERNAL
This home has 4 beds and 2 Â˝ baths with just under 2500 sq. ft. Price for a quick sale at $220K. This is a Fannie Mae HomePath Property. Purchase this property for as little as 3% down! Approved for HomePath Renovation and HomePath Mortgage Financing. #980628
HIGHWAY 40 FRONTAGE Out of town setting... in town! 32 Acres of developed land located in Ballard, Utah. Johnson culinary
Starting at Only 20,000 Simple Low Down
NO QUALIFYING In House Financing
801-699-4451 435-738-LAND Tabiona Hay/Pasture Farm: 30 or 50 acre parcels. Development potential. Mountain at Valley Views. Coy Nelson & Co. Price reduced. Carol 801550-1234. Quarter acre, city lot, Roosevelt. Quite nice neighborhood, open lot, low traffic, close to schools, Constitution Park. Developed with sewer and water. Call 724-4410 or 7250249.
For Sale by owner, Fully renovated house, 1900 square feet, Large lot, Walk out basement, 4bedrooms, 2 full baths, Chose your colors. A Bargain at only $154,900. See it at 1971 East 3050 south Call Dan 7818376 NO QUALIFYING, First months free, $795 a month for 7 years. own free and clear. 2 bedroom, 2 Bath, single wide, Includes: lot, rent, water, and garbage. Call Cory 801-557-1894.
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White River Ranch !! 640 Deeded acres w/ approx. 2 miles of Frontage on the White River! Once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a premier hunting, grazing property! Fantastic Elk, Deer, Bear, Cougar, Pheasant, Duck, Geese frequent the property. Priced to sell at $988,000. Marc Coulam 801243-2002 Summit Sothebys Intl. Realty
440-acre ranch in Altonah. 2 bdrm., 2 bath manufactured home, small barn, outbuildings, ponds, live water, runs app 100 head. Deer and elk permits. Dyer Realty, Inc., Farm
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Oil Field Trinity Exploration, LLP is seeking reliable individuals with a good attitude to fill the following positions on a Taylor RT4000M Rig - 5,000â€™ depth: Experienced, drillers and rig hands - top wages, safety bonus, heath and life insurance, rotating shifts with scheduled OT. Pre-employment drug and alcohol screen and current copy of MVR required. Please send resumes to Trinity Exploration, P.O. Box 1688, Gillette, Wyoming 82717, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 307.682.1153 for an application.
Misc Help Wanted D I VA SALON STYLIST NEEDED! Full time for busy full service salon. Friendly atmosphere Great booth rent. call Penny 781-0952.
Extension Assistant Professor and Family and Consumer Sciences/4-H Youth Agent -Duchesne County The Cooperative Extension/Southern Region is accepting applications for a faculty member. This is a tenure-track position to develop programs for adults and 4-H youth. Masterâ€™s degree with one degree in Family & Consumer Sciences, Youth Development or related ďŹ eld required. See http://jobs.usu.edu (req. ID 052228) for more information and to apply online. AA/EOE
***UNITS NOW AVAILABLE*** CROSSROADS VILLA APARTMENTS
One bedroom apartments for those 62 and over. Clean, quiet, secure building. Income limits apply. Rent based on income. Located across the street from the Crossroads Community Senior Citizen Center. (435) 722- 5858 or (800) 722-2095
Flatiron Constructorâ€™s Inc. Is looking for a part time ofďŹ ce manager for our project site in Vernal, Utah. Required skills include computer literacy, Excel, Outlook, Internet, timekeeping skills, invoicing, purchasing, and other ofďŹ ce skills. Please fax your resume to 801-756-1184 or email croten@ďŹ‚atironcorp.com
Human Resources Technician
Barcy Huber 823-5950
NewďŹ eld is seeking an experienced HR Technician to assist our Utah OfďŹ ce with beneďŹ ts, payroll and other day-to-day HR functions. Please visit www.newďŹ eld.com or send your resume to rockymountainsrecruiting@ newďŹ eld.com.
Linda Barneck 823-5801 Kent Olsen 823-1150
Deb Wickizer 828-0495 Nathan Snow 823-2138 Ralph Dart 790-4960
Dalbo Trucking is currently accepting applications for Winch Truck Drivers to work throughout the oil fields of Eastern Utah and Western Colorado. Must have Class A CDL License with current MVR. Candidates must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening and physical. Dalbo Trucking offers competitive wages as well as an attractive benefit package. Experience is preferred. However, Dalbo will train the right candidate.
Kirk Heaton 790-3969 For more information please contact: Judy Stevenson Human Resources 435-789-0743
county road borders property on the east side.
Camp â€˘ Fish â€˘ ATVâ€™s â€˘ Cabin Recreational Wonderland!
Maeser 2 bdrm., 1 bath. on 1/2 acre, fixer upper, heated shop, RV hookup, large porch and mature trees $99,900. 435-xxx-xxxx
Lynn Snow 823-2100
water in street. Excellent paved This is an excellent parcel of highway frontage just west of Moon Lake Electricâ€™s new ofďŹ ce. On 5.50 acres. #979191
Reservoirs 5 & 10 Acre Cabin Lots Wooded, Power, Flat
and Ranch Specialists. Larry (801)376-8368 or Kathryn (801)4736212
Gene Ostler 724-2374 Home with 1 Bed and 1 Bath with 896 sq. ft. Perfect for your ďŹ rst home or an investment property to rent. Listed at $55Kâ€Ś. This is a FannieMae HomePath property. Purchase this property for as little as 3% down! Approved for HomePath Renovation and HomePath Mortgage Financing. #979394
Strawberry & Starvation
Duchesne 5 bdrm., 2 baths. Tons of storage. Detatched 2 car garage. Huge fully fenced yard all on .54 acre. Close to schools, park, and pool. Best deal around! $165,000! Motivated seller 435-738-0107. Make an offer!
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3 bedroom, 2 bath house for sale on 5 acres. Fully fenced pasture. Located in Ioka. Asking $150,000. Call Jennifer at 435724-1303
MLS# 840454 LISTING PRICE: $279,000
Country Realty Each ofďŹ ce is independently owned & operated.
801 South 90 East Custom, Condo 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Dishwasher. Electric oven. Refrigerator/ freezer. Central air, jetted tub, granite countertops and tile floors. Quiet street. Covered parking Mint condition! $950/month plus utilities Call Lenore 801-787-5590
19239 W Coyote Canyon Possible seller finance with 10% down and good credit. Quiet area and close to hunting and fishing! Unfinished basement. 2 car garage! open and spacious!
Susan Hamilton --------- 822-2314 Brendette Sweat --------- 724-7680 Dwayne Compton ---801-920-3751 Kolby Hoover------------- 724-1933 Bo Warner -----------801-857-0564 Millie Bowerman--------- 733-0792
Uintah Basin Standard ubstandard.com 435-722-5131
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Apply in Person: 355 S. 1000 E. Vernal UT 84078
Maitenance Technician Lead-Uintah Basin Campus Utah State Uintah Basin Campus is seeking an individual to perform routine and extensive preventative maintenance and repair procedues of all buildings and equipment. Ability to lift and/or move more than 100 pounds required. See http://jobs.usu.edu (req. ID 052167)
for full job description and to apply online. AA/EOE
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Vernal Express vernalads.com 435-789-3511 Help Wanted
Assistant Maintenance Tech needed in Vernal. P/T starting at $9.00/Hr for property complexes. 1 year experience. Send Resumeâ€™ to Sandi@stoutcleaning.com.
Bookkeeper: must have extensive knowledge and experience in Quick Books. answer phone, filing and other office duties. Pay depends on experience Call Bob 435738-6400. 19 mothers/others. Work from home on computer. Part time $1500/mo, full time $3000+. www.2bpaiddaily.com Mystery Shopping: Customer Service Evaluators wanted for Grocery Store in Vernal, UT. Apply online at www.trendsource.com then e-mail jhaluck@ trendsource.com WGESP, Inc., an equal opportunity employer, has an immediate Field Service Technician position available in the Vernal, UT area. Responsibilities will include install and service of electrical submersible equipment and surface equipment at the well site, and supervision of cable technician and rig hands during installation of equipment. Candidate must have a clean driving record, be dependable, energetic, have good communication and computer skills. Travel will be required. One to three years experience preferred. Electrical background is a plus. Excellent benefits include health, dental, life, vision, 401k and more. Interested candidates please send resume
1994 Econo 12ton, Backhoe Pro Low-Boy Equipment trailer w/ heavy duty Loading ramps. Excellent 2 Â˝ inch solid oak floor. Over all condition is very good. This trailer has not been used in the last 12 years. $3,700.00 CALL BOB @ 435-8282777
Business Opportunity A CASH COW! Soda/ Snack All cash vending business -$20,565 - 801.593.0084 (ucan) 1 of 1 If I can make $1000 a week from home part time. So can you! Itâ€™s easy, Iâ€™ll prove it! Call 801-725-0924. If you donâ€™t call enjoy what you do now because you will probably be doing it forever. Improve you life, give back to others, think big!
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Farm Equipment ALFALFASEED, CORN SEED & GRASSES. You will save money we deliver any where. Ray Odermott 208465-5280 or 800-9104101
Livestock SAVE $$ ON STEEL! Pipe, Tubing, Plate, Sheet Purlins, BDecking & More Call for a â€œFreeâ€? Catalog Weekly Delivery Available Metalmart 800947-0249
Personals Misc Personals PLEASE, anyone who wittnessed or heard about the accident that happened on July 9th 2010 at Flaming Gorge Reservoir on the water near th Cedar Springs campground with a boat and jet ski, please contact us at 435-882-0368 or 801-768-8082. This is very important.
*ADOPT* At-home mom, loving professional dad, strong family values await precious 1st baby. Expenses paid. Joe & Sandy 1-888-6175507. ADOPTION - BIRTHMOTHER... we promise a trusting and confidential relationship with you and a loving and happy future for your baby. Weâ€™ll listen to your feelings. Confidential. Legal. Expenses paid. Please call Karen & Deon at 1-877-540-6740 (ucan) 1of1
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CONCRETE LIFTING SERVICES. Uneven settled concrete. We can help by Lifting & Stabilizing. Driveways, sidewalks, steps, garage floors, basements, etc. Free Estimates. Lift Right Concrete. 801-8703690. (ucan)1of2
Misc for Sale
NICE! Large leather Harley Davidson Jacket with zip out liner. Paid $600 for it. I will sell for $200.00. Call 435621-2657. DRYER FOR SALE! ALMOST BRAND NEW! ASKING $200.00 CALL 435621-2657
FOR SALE: 2 sets of tickets for the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) 2010 World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday , October 21, 2010 thru Sunday, October 24, 2010. Seats are located in the lower bowl of Thomas & Mack Center, Section 113, Row R, Seat 14 & 15. Pleas Call 435-7900149,435-781-9493 or 435-789-6017. If no answer, please leave message. Thank you.
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Experienced Mechanical Technician. If you would like to expand your service skills; we will provide hands on training for oilfield, mining, on & off highway trucks and equipment. Winch Truck Driver Experience preferred, not required. Please apply in person with current MVR. We offer competitive pay based on skill level and company benefits. PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON 1040 East 1500 South in Vernal.
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STRATA JOB OPPORTUNITIES Strata Networks is accepting applications for a
â€˘ Improvingâ€˘ Health Care for the Basin Every person every time!
Make a difference! Uintah Basin Medical Center, the Basinâ€™s largest Health Care provider has career opportunities available, offering a great beneďŹ t package, with modern equipment, a skilled staff and a commitment to succeed.
UINTAH BASIN MEDICAL CENTER â€˘ Medical Technologist â€˘ Speech Language Pathologist â€˘ Construction Assistant Visit Our web site at www.ubmc.org to obtain more information regarding these positions or to ďŹ ll out an application. For questions call Uintah Basin Medical Centerâ€™s Human Resource Department at (435) 722-6188
Trouble Center Technician This is a full time position which includes beneďŹ ts. Applications can be accessed on line at stratanetworks.com or can be picked up from either the Vernal or Roosevelt Business OfďŹ ces. For questions concerning employment opportunities contact Andy or Jerilyn at 435-622-5007. Close date August 16th.
Insulation, Aluminum Total Uintah Soffit & Fascia, Penetration Seals, Asphalt Basin Coverage Shingles, Fiber Cecall: ment Siding, Flashing & Sheet Metal, SealVEX Legal Notices ants, Doors & WinCindy Kier Construction is dows, Drywall, Tile, Flooring, Painting, requesting subcon722-5131 tractor/vendor bids for Specialties, AppliancOr the VERNAL FAMILY es, Window Coverings, Tonya HOUSING project (48 Fire Sprinklers, Plumbunits). Bids are due ing, HVAC, Electrical 789-3511 no later than 2:00 pm Davis Bacon Wages Aug. 24, 2010. Submit Apply. Kier Construcbids to Michael Tolman tion is an Equal Opvia email michael@ portunity Employer. & kierconstructioncorp. com or fax to (801) 621-0002. Trades include but may not be limited to: Survey & Layout, Termite Control, Concrete Splash Blocks, Vinyl Fencing, Landscaping, General Flatiron Constructorâ€™s Inc. Concrete, Gypcrete, Is looking for a concrete ďŹ nisher Masonry, Metal Fabfor the Ashley Valley WTP rications, Framing, Project. Experience with footings, Lumber, Sheathing, TJI Joists, Finish Carpenfoundations, ďŹ‚atwork. Please fax try, Cabinets, Founyour resume to 801-756-1184 or dation Coating, Thru email croten@ďŹ‚atironcorp.com Wall Flashing, Thermal
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M E TA L R O O F I N G CLOSEOUTS! 59Â˘ sqft 26ga Dark Gray 8â€™-10â€™-12â€™-16â€™ lengths Hvy Duty 59Â˘ sqft 29ga 8â€™,10â€™,12â€™ lengths Mocha Tan, Dark Grn, White Limited Supply, FOB Lehi, Utah Metalmart 800-947-0249
Puppies for sale! First shots Dew claws removed hips and eye guaranteed. Ready to go! Call Doug XXXXXXX
METAL ROOF/WALL Panels, Pre-engineered Metal Buildings. Mill prices for sheeting coil are at a 4 year low. You get the savings. 17 Colors prime material, cut to your exact length. CO Building Systems 1-800-COBLDGS (ucan) 1or 1
Uintah Basin Standard ubstandard.com 435-722-5131
UBMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
Uintah Basin Rehabilitation and Senior Villa Invites you to apply for the employment opportunities available at our beautiful new facility.
THE VILLA â€˘ CertiďŹ ed Occupational Therapy Assistant â€˘ RN â€˘ LPN â€˘ CNA / Van Driver â€˘ Housekeeper
For further information contact Andy or Jerilyn at (435) 622-5007.
Uintah School District is now accepting applications for ALL open positions exclusively through Teachers-Teachers.com. The following positions are currently open for application.
Duchesne County School District is accepting applications for the following positions: 2010-2011 School Year
East Elementary School
Altamont, Duchesne, Roosevelt School
Full Time Second Grade Teacher
Part Time Lunch Workers
Contact Kevin Heaton, 435-724-1112 or 435-725-2329
Contact Gwen Prescott, CNP Director 435-738-1244
FIRST REVIEW DATE
Music Specialist, Part Time Speech Pathologist th 7 Gr. Girlsâ€™ Basketball Coach, PT Dance Teacher, Half Time 3 Asst. Football Coaches, PT PE Specialist, Part Time Two (2) PE Specialists, Part Time
Ashley Elementary Uintah School District Vernal Middle School Davis Elementary Uintah High School Lapoint Elementary Eagle View Elementary Eagle View Elementary Lapoint Elementary Naples Elementary Uintah High School Eagle View Elementary Davis Elementary Ashley Elementary
Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled Open Until Filled August 12, 2010, 1:00 p.m. August 18, 2010, 1:00 p.m. August 12, 2010, 1:00 p.m. August 13, 2010, 1:00 p.m.
Two (2) Music Specialists, Part Time Music Specialist Music or PE Specialist, Part Time
Duchesne High School Head Wrestling Coach
Contact Sam Elliot 435-724-8955
Duchesne School District Substitute Bus Drivers
Contact Mark Mecham 435-725-4522 or 435-823-2411
All Positions are for the 2010-2011 School Year unless otherwise noted. Applicants for teaching positions must have or be able to obtain a valid Utah Teaching License with appropriate endorsements. All positions require the submission of an application, current resumĂŠ, and letters of recommendation. Teaching positions also require a placement ďŹ le. All positions are open until ďŹ lled unless otherwise stated. These positions are listed with Utah Department of Workforce Services, and are posted on our website at www.dcsd.org. More information regarding the opening is available on either site. For questions call Kathie at Duchesne County School District, 435-738-1240
Asst. Band/Color Guard Advisor, PT Connections Site Facilitator, PT Two (2) Reading Tutors, Part Time 2nd Grade Teacher, Full Time
All positions require specific information to be submitted with the application. Complete applications will be given preferred consideration. Applications are accepted until 1:00 p.m. on the date of first review. Please use the following link to access all available positions:
You can also access the site through www.uintah.net/districtoffice/employment.html For assistance applying to any available job or questions, please contact Lola Searle, HR Assistant, Uintah School District.
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Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be Vernal Express in the form of a cashier’s vernalads.com check or money order and made payable to 435-789-3511 RECONTRUST COMcheck or money order scribed property will be PANY, N.A., cash and NOTICE OF Help Wanted Help Wanted Wanted Wanted public auction to Bank Help “Official Checks” and made payable to sold atHelp TRUSTEE’S RECONTRUST COM- the highest bidder, pay- are not acceptable. A trustPANY, N.A., cash and able in lawful money of ee’s deed will be made SALE Bank “Official Checks” the United States at the available to the success The following de- are not acceptable. A trust- time of the sale, “at the ful bidder within three scribed property will be ee’s deed will be made Main Entrance, Uintah business days following sold at public auction to available to the success- County Courthouse, 920 receipt of the bid amount. the highest bidder, pay- ful bidder within three East Highway 40, Vernal, The sale is made without able in lawful money of business days following Utah”, on August 31, any warranty whatsoever, the United States at the receipt of the bid amount. 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said including but not limited time of the sale, “255 The sale is made without day, for the purpose of to any warranty as to S. State Roosevelt, UT any warranty whatsoever, foreclosing a trust deed title, liens, possession, including but not limited dated July 21, 2006 and taxes, encumbrances, or 84066 LOT 9, TIMOTHY to any warranty as to executed by JAMES condition of the property. ADDITION TO ROOS- title, liens, possession, D THACKER, AND The sale is subject to a EVELT CITY,ACCORD- taxes, encumbrances, or BECKY R THACKER, workout reinstatement, ING TO THE OFFICIAL condition of the property. as Trustor(s) in favor of payoff, sale cancellation PLAT THEREOF IN THE The sale is subject to a MORTGAGE ELEC- or postponement, incorOFFICE OF THE RE- workout reinstatement, TRONIC REGISTRA- rect bidding instructions, CORDER, DUCHESNE payoff, sale cancellation TION SYSTEMS, INC. bankruptcy, or any other or postponement, incor- as Beneficiary, covering circumstance of which COUNTY, UTAH. Together with all the rect bidding instructions, the following real prop- the trustee is unaware. improvements now or bankruptcy, or any other erty located in Uintah In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale hereafter erected on the circumstance of which County: property, and all ease- the trustee is unaware. LOT 16, OF COUN- will be void and the sucments, appurtenances, In the event any of the TRY ACRES SUBDIVI- cessful bidder’s funds will and fixtures now or here- foregoing apply, the sale SION, ACCORDING TO be returned without any after a part of the prop- will be void and the suc- THE OFFICIAL PLAT liability to the trustee or cessful bidder’s funds will THEREOF ON FILE beneficiary for interest or erty. Tax Parcel No.: 00- be returned without any AND OF RECORD IN any other damages. liability to the trustee or THE UINTAH COUN- NOTICE IS HEREBY 0002-1620 The address of the beneficiary for interest or TY RECORDER’S OF- GIVEN THAT RECONFICE. TRUST COMPANY, property is purported to any other damages. be 930 E 300 N, ROOS- NOTICE IS HEREBY Together with all the N.A. IS ATTEMPTING EVELT, UT 84066-2543. GIVEN THAT RECON- improvements now or TO COLLECT A DEBT The undersigned dis- TRUST COMPANY, hereafter erected on the AND ANY INFORMAclaims liability for any N.A. IS ATTEMPTING property, and all ease- TION OBTAINED WILL error in the address. The TO COLLECT A DEBT ments, appurtenances, BE USED FOR THAT current Beneficiary of AND ANY INFORMA- and fixtures now or here- PURPOSE, AND THAT the trust deed is THE TION OBTAINED WILL after a part of the prop- THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. BANK OF NEW YORK BE USED FOR THAT erty. MELLON FKA THE PURPOSE, AND THAT Tax Parcel No.: 17- Dated: July 12, 2010 By: BANK OF NEW YORK, THE DEBT MAY BE 044-0116 The address of the Pam Davis, Team AS TRUSTEE, FOR DISPUTED. property is purported to be Member THE CERTIFICATE- Dated: July 12, 2010 901 NORTH 1930 EAST, R E C O N T R U S T HOLDERS, CWABS, By: INC.,ASSET-BACKED Pam Davis, Team Ballard, UT 84066-2557. COMPANY, N.A. The undersigned dis- 2380 Performance Dr, CERTIFICATES, SE- Member RIES 2007-8 , ., and R E C O N T R U S T claims liability for any TX2-984-0407 error in the address. The R i c h a r d s o n , T X the record owners of the COMPANY, N.A. property as of the record- 2380 Performance Dr, current Beneficiary of the 75082 trust deed is BAC HOME ( 8 0 0 ) 2 8 1 - 8 2 1 9 ing of the notice of default TX2-984-0407 is reported to be FRANK R i c h a r d s o n , T X LOANS SERVICING, x3436 LP FKA COUNTRY- Regular Bus ines s THACKER, AND RE- 75082 BECCA THACKER, ( 8 0 0 ) 2 8 1 - 8 2 1 9 WIDE HOME LOANS Hours: Monday – FriSERVICING LP, and day, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. HUSBAND AND WIFE x3436 Regular Busines s the record owners of the m., Central Time AS JOINT TENANTS. Bidders must be pre- Hours: Monday – Fri- property as of the record- TS#: 10 -0052057 pared to tender to the day, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. ing of the notice of default Published in the Uintah is reported to be JAMES Basin Standard July 27, trustee, RECONTRUST m., Central Time D THACKER, AND August 3 and 10, 2010. C O M PA N Y, N . A . , TS#: 09 -0134376 $5,000.00 at the sale Published in the Uintah BECKY R THACKER. and the balance of the Basin Standard July 27, Bidders must be preNOTICE OF pared to tender to the purchase price by 12:00 August 3 and 10, 2010. TRUSTEE’S trustee, RECONTRUST noon the day following O M PA N Y, N . A . , the sale and deliverable to: SALE NOTICE OF C$5,000.00 at the sale Matheson, Mortensen, et TRUSTEE’S and the balance of the The following deal., 648 East First South, purchase price by 12:00 scribed property will be Salt Lake City, UT 84102. SALE noon the day following sold at public auction to Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s The following de- the sale and deliverable to: the highest bidder, pay-
able in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, Utah”, on August 31, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of Help Wanted foreclosing a trust deed dated January 5, 2007 and executed by JASON E BRUCE AND CHARITY BRUCE, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS, as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: LOT 16, OF GREENFIELD DOWNS SUBDIVISION, A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF ON FILE AND OF RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE UINTAH COUNTY RECORDER. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Tax Parcel No.: 04116-0116 The address of the property is purported to be 4111 WEST DELRAY ROAD, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be JASON E BRUCE AND CHARITY BRUCE, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order
and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following Wanted receiptHelp of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 12, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Bus ines s Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0051661 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard July 27, August 3 and 10, 2010.
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Uintah Basin Standard and Vernal Express Utah”, on August
31, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated February 6, 2009 and executed by OLIVER E. SHAW, as Trustor(s) Help Wanted in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: SEE ATTACHED LEGAL. ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND SITUATED IN THE STATE OF UT, COUNTY OF UINTAH, CITY OF VERNAL, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT 396 FEET SOUTH AND 746.4 FEET EAST OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, SALT LAKE MERIDIAN; THENCE EAST 95 FEET ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF 4TH N O RT H S T R E E T; THENCE SOUTH 120 FEET; THENCE WEST 95 FEET; THENCE NORTH 120 FEEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. A.P.N. : 05-022-0058 Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Tax Parcel No.: 05022-0058 The address of the property is purported to be 325 WEST 400 NORTH, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be OLIVER E. SHAW. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following
Your Right To Know!
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal,
the sale and deliverable to: scribed property will be Matheson, Mortensen, et sold at public auction to Uintah Basin Standard al., 648 East First South, the highest bidder, paySalt Lake ubstandard.com City, UT 84102. able in lawful money of Both payments must be the United States at the 435-722-5131 in the form of a cashier’s time of the sale, “at the check or money order Main Entrance, Uintah Help Wanted Help Wanted 920 and made payable to County Courthouse, RECONTRUST COM- East Highway 40, Vernal, PANY, N.A., cash and Utah”, on August 31, Bank “Official Checks” 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said are not acceptable. A day, for the purpose of trustee’s deed will be foreclosing a trust deed made available to the dated September 8, 2008 successful bidder within and executed by JARED three business days fol- CURTIS ASHBY, as lowing receipt of the bid Trustor(s) in favor of amount. The sale is made MORTGAGE ELECwithout any warranty TRONIC REGISTRAwhatsoever, including TION SYSTEMS, INC. but not limited to any as Beneficiary, covering warranty as to title, liens, the following real proppossession, taxes, encum- erty located in Uintah brances, or condition of County: the property. The sale is LOT 36, SOUTH subject to a workout re- RIDGE ESTATES PUD, instatement, payoff, sale PHASE II,ACCORDING cancellation or postpone- TO THE DESCRIPTION ment, incorrect bidding THEREOF ON FILE IN instructions, bankruptcy, THE OFFICE OF THE or any other circumstance RECORDER, UINTAH of which the trustee is COUNTY, UTAH. unaware. In the event any Together with all the of the foregoing apply, the improvements now or sale will be void and the hereafter erected on the successful bidder’s funds property, and all easewill be returned without ments, appurtenances, any liability to the trustee and fixtures now or hereor beneficiary for interest after a part of the propor any other damages. erty. NOTICE IS HEREBY Tax Parcel No.: 06GIVEN THAT RECON- 031-0136 TRUST COMPANY, The address of the N.A. IS ATTEMPTING property is purported TO COLLECT A DEBT to be 207 WEST 2130 AND ANY INFORMA- SOUTH, VERNAL, UT TION OBTAINED WILL 84078. The undersigned BE USED FOR THAT disclaims liability for any PURPOSE, AND THAT error in the address. The THE DEBT MAY BE current Beneficiary of the DISPUTED. trust deed is BAC HOME Dated: July 9, 2010 LOANS SERVICING, By: LP, FKA COUNTRY Pam Davis, Team WIDE HOME LOANS Member SERVICING, LP, and R E C O N T R U S T the record owners of the COMPANY, N.A. property as of the record 2380 Performance Dr, ing of the notice of default TX2-985-07-03 is reported to be JARED R i c h a r d s o n , T X CURTIS ASHBY. 75082 Bidders must be pre ( 8 0 0 ) 2 8 1 - 8 2 1 9 pared to tender to the x3436 trustee, RECONTRUST Regular Bus ines s C O M PA N Y, N . A . , Hours: Monday – Fri- $5,000.00 at the sale day, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. and the balance of the m., Central Time purchase price by 12:00 TS#: 10 -0051428 noon the day following Published in the Uintah the sale and deliverable to: Basin Standard July 27, Matheson, Mortensen, et August 3 and 10, 2010. al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. payments must be NOTICE OF Both in the form of a cashier’s TRUSTEE’S check or money order and made payable to SALE The following de-
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LEGAL NOTICES Your Right To Know! Continued from previous page RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 8, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-985-07-03 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0050790 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard July 27, August 3 and 10, 2010.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, Utah”, on August 31, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated May 22, 2008 and executed by KYLE COX, as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: BEGINNING AT THE EAST-WEST QUARTER SECTION LINE AT A POINT SOUTH 88°09’57” WEST 961.57 FEET FROM THE EAST QUARTER CORNER OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, SALT LAKE BASE AND MERIDIAN, AND RUNNING THENCE NORTH 88°09’57” EAST 104.35 FEET; THENCE NORTH 02°27’10” WEST 208.71 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88°09’57” WEST 104.35 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 02°27’10” EAST 208.71 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Tax Parcel No.: 06037-0098 The address of the property is purported to be 1327 EAST 5000 SOUTH, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be KYLE COX. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order and made payable to
RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 8, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-985-07-03 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Busines s Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0050791 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard July 27, August 3 and 10, 2010.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, Utah”, on August 31, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated June 25, 2007 and executed by LISA M WAGNER, TRUSTEE OF THE LISA M WAGNER REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST, as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: BEGINNING 1080.4 FEET EAST AND 194 FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTHWESTCORNER OF SECTION 23,TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, SALT LAKE BASE AND MERIDIAN AND RUNNING THENCE EAST 90 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 130 FEET MORE OR LESS TO THE NORTH LINE OF 400 NORTH S T R E E T; T H E N C E WEST 90 FEET THENCE NORTH 130 FEET MORE OR LESS TO BEGINNING. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Tax Parcel No.: 05022-0004 The address of the property is purported to be 266 WEST 400 NORTH, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is U. S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LXS 2007-16N TRUST FUND, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be LISA M WAGNER, TRUSTEE OF THE LISA M WAGNER REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s
check or money order and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 8, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-985-07-03 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Bus ines s Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0051157 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard July 27, August 3 and 10, 2010.
any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 21, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-985-07-03 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Bus ines s Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0051156 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard July 27, August 3 and 10. 2010.
INVITATION TO BID
The Ute Indian Tribally Designated Housing Entity (UITDHE) is advertising for Bids on Project 10 located in the community of Ft Duchesne. The work will consist of replacing Asphalt Shingles with architectural shingles, replacing Soffits, and Rain Gutters on 5 4-plex Low Rental units located in the Foot Hills Subdivision. The invitation is open to all legitimate Licensed Contractor(s). NOTICE OF Indian preference will be TRUSTEE’S enforced according to 24 CFR 1000.52. SALE Award of the contract is subject to be determined The following de- by UITDHE that the bidscribed property will be der is eligible to be consold at public auction to tract for federally funded the highest bidder, pay- projects/activities. able in lawful money of The UITDHE reserves the United States at the the right to accept or reject time of the sale, “at the any or all bids and/or Main Entrance, Uintah waive any formalities. County Courthouse, 920 Bids will be received East Highway 40, Vernal, until 5:00 pm on August Utah”, on August 31, 12, 2010, at the Ute In2010, at 1:00 PM, of said dian Tribally Designated day, for the purpose of Housing Entity Office foreclosing a trust deed located in Ft. Duchesne dated April 9, 2007 and Utah. executed by ROBYN All Bids can be mailed DEE HARDINGER, AN to the following address: UNMARRIED PER- Ute Indian Tribally SON, as Trustor(s) in Designated Housing Enfavor of MORTGAGE tity ELECTRONIC REGIS- ATTN: Executive DiTRATION SYSTEMS, rector INC. as Beneficiary, cov- P.O. Box 250 ering the following real Ft. Duchesne, Utah property located in Uintah 84026 County: Or hand deliver in LOT 39 OF THE person to: HIGH COUNTY ES- Ute Indian Tribally TATES SUBDIVISION, Designated Housing EnA C C O R D I N G T O tity Office located at THE OFFICIAL PLAT 7700 East 800 South, Ft. THEREOF ON FILE IN Duchesne, UT. THE OFFICE OF THE Published in the Uintah RECORDER, UINTAH Basin Standard August 3 COUNTY, UTAH. and 10, 2010. Together with all the improvements now or INVITATION hereafter erected on the property, and all easeTO BID ments, appurtenances, and fixtures now or here- Roosevelt City is seekafter a part of the prop- ing bids to provide fuel for erty. Roosevelt city vehicles. Ta x P a r c e l N o . : Bid information can 06:022:0139D be obtained from the city The address of the offices at 255 South State property is purported Street, Roosevelt, Utah to be 958 EAST 2910 84066 or requested by SOUTH, VERNAL, UT telephone at (435) 72284078. The undersigned 5001. For further infordisclaims liability for any mation contact Carolyn error in the address. The Wilcken at 722-5001, current Beneficiary of the between the hours of 8:00 trust deed is BAC HOME a.m. and 5:00 p.m. MonLOANS SERVICING, day through Thursday. LP, FKA COUNTRY- Bid deadline is August WIDE HOME LOANS 23, 2010 at 12:00 noon. SERVICING, LP, and Bid will be awarded to the the record owners of the lowest responsive bidder. property as of the record- Successful bidder will ing of the notice of default be required to enter into is reported to be ROBYN a written five year conDEE HARDINGER, AN tract with Roosevelt City. UNMARRIED PER- Roosevelt City reserves SON. the right to reject any and Bidders must be pre- all bids. Preference will pared to tender to the be given to local providtrustee, RECONTRUST ers. C O M PA N Y, N . A . , /s / Carolyn Wilcken, $5,000.00 at the sale Recorder and the balance of the Published in the Uintah purchase price by 12:00 Basin Standard August 3 noon the day following and 10, 2010. the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et NOTICE TO al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. WATER Both payments must be USERS in the form of a cashier’s check or money order The State Engineer and made payable to received the following RECONTRUST COM- Application(s) in DuchPANY, N.A., cash and esne County (Locations Bank “Official Checks” in USB&M). are not acceptable. A trust- For more information ee’s deed will be made or to receive a copy of available to the success- filings, visit http://waterful bidder within three rights.utah.gov or call business days following 1-866-882-4426. receipt of the bid amount. Persons objecting to The sale is made without an application must file
a distance of 191.34 feet along said centerline to the beginning of a tangent curve to the left, said curve having a radius of 1807.51 feet; thence Northwesterly through angle of 18°57’ NOTICE OF aforcentral an arc length distance TRUSTEE’S of 597.82 feet along said centerline of road; SALE thence North 50°21’ East The following de- a distance of 459.30 feet scribed real property will along said centerline be sold at public auction of road; thence South to the highest bidder, 38°40’ East a distance of payable in lawful money 33.00 feet; thence North of the United States at the 80°30’ East a distance time of sale, at the front of 931.00 feet along a entrance of the Eighth fence line and projection Judicial District Court- thereof; thence South house, located at 21554 5°33’ East a distance of West 9000 South, Duch- 72.00 feet; thence South esne, Duchesne County, 18°59’ East a distance of State of Utah, on the 3rd 166.00 feet; thence South day of September, 2010, 24°35’ West a distance of at 1:00 p.m. of said day for 67.00 feet; thence South the purpose of foreclosing 63°37’ West a distance of a Trust Deed executed 128.00 feet; thence South by CORY EVANS, as 8°15’ West a distance of Trustor, in favor of BEE- 85.00 feet; thence South HIVE CREDIT UNION, 32°00’ East a distance of Beneficiary, covering real 285.00 feet to a fence line; property located at 853 thence South 54°56’50” North 2060 West, Roos- West a distance of 25.00 evelt, Duchesne County, feet along said fence line; State of Utah, and more thence South 49°49’ West particularly described as a distance of 2773.00 feet along said fence line follows: Lot 27, ROYALSTEW- and projection thereof; ART SUBDIVISION, thence South 88°59’ West PHASE 1, according to a distance of 659.12 feet the official plat thereof in along a fence line and the office of the Recorder projection thereof to a of Duchesne County, point on the West line of said Section; thence North Utah. Parcel No. 00-0034- 0°01’20” West a distance of 19.44 feet to the point 9429 Notice of Default of beginning. 3 was recorded on April T O W N S H I P 16, 2010, as Entry No. SOUTH, RANGE 2 423562, in Book A593, at WEST, UINTAH SPEPage 285, of the said of- CIAL BASE AND MEficial records of Duchesne RIDIAN. County, State of Utah. SECTIONS 29 AND Said sale will be without 32: warranty as to title, pos- Beginning at the session, or encumbrances, Southwest Corner of for the purpose of paying Section 29, thence North obligations secured by 0°01’20” West a distance said Trust Deed includ- of 1299.74 feet along the ing fees, charges, and West line of said Section expenses of Trustee, ad- to a point being South vances, if any, under the 0°01’20” East a distance terms of said Trust Deed, of 19.44 feet from the interest thereon, and the Northwest Corner of unpaid principal of the the Southwest Quarter note secured by said Trust of the Southwest QuarDeed with interest thereon ter; thence North 88°59’ as in said note and by law East a distance of 659.12 feet along a fence line provided. Property Address: and projection thereof; 853 North 2060 West, thence North 49°49’ East Roosevelt, Utah. The a distance of 2773.00 feet PUBLIC disclaims along a fence line and NOTICE OF undersigned any liability for any error projection thereof; thence North 54°56’50” East a in the street address. UPDATED Said sale will be made distance of 260.04 feet; DCWCD without any covenant or thence South 6°05’04” 2010 warranty, expressed or East a distance of 1567.23 implied, pursuant to the feet to the centerline MEETING of sale conferred of the Duchesne River, SCHEDULE power in the Trust Deed. This (Deed=South 5°37’48” Notice of Trustee’s Sale East a distance of 1559.27 PUBLIC NOTICE is an attempt to collect a feet); thence South 73°18’ is hereby given that the debt, and any information West a distance of 48.13 year 2010 schedule of obtained will be used for feet along said river; work sessions and regular that purpose. thence South 24°23’ West meetings of the Board of Bidders must be pre- a distance of 221.00 feet Directors of the Duchesne pared to tender to the along said river; thence County Water Conser- Trustee a $5,000.00 ca- South 10°35’ East a disvancy District (DCWCD) shier’s check at the sale tance of 267.00 feet along and Local Building Au- and a cashier’s check said river; thence South thority of DCWCD has for the balance of the 33°53’ East a distance been updated for August purchase price within 24 of 405.00 feet along said thru December, 2010 hours after the sale. river; thence South 17°48’ meetings as follows: DATED this 29th day East a distance of 224.00 Monday, Jan. 11, 2010 of July, 2010. feet along said river; - Roosevelt City Munici- JAMES “TUCKER” thence South 43°54’ East pal Building, Roosevelt, HANSEN a distance of 207.00 feet UT along said river; thence Successor Trustee Monday, Feb. 8, 2010 233 S. Pleasant Grove South 72°29’ East a dis- Central Utah Water Bld., Suite 202 tance of 365.00 feet along Conservancy Dist. Bldg., Pleasant Grove, Utah said river; thence South Duchesne, UT 8°52’ West a distance of 84062 Monday, Mar. 8, 2010 Telephone: (801) 224- 217.00 feet along said - Roosevelt City Munici- 2273 river; thence South 34°00’ pal Building, Roosevelt, Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. West a distance of 191.30 UT feet along said river to a to 5:00 p.m. Monday, April 12, Published in the Uintah point on the South line of 2010 - Central Utah Water Basin Standard August 3, said Section 29, thence Conservancy Dist. Bldg., 10 and 17, 2010. continuing South 34°00’ Duchesne, UT West a distance of 146.70 Monday, May 10, feet along said river into NOTICE OF 2010 - Roosevelt City Section 32; thence South Municipal Building, TRUSTEE’S 83°49’ West a distance Roosevelt, UT of 165,.00 feet along said SALE Monday, June 14, river; thence North 41°00’ 2010 - Central Utah Water West a distance of 180.56 On August 30, 2010, at Conservancy Dist. Bldg., 11:00 A.M., at the main feet along said river to a Duchesne, UT point on the North line No scheduled Board entrance of the Roos- of said Section 32 thence evelt City Building (255 Meeting in July continuing North 41°00’ Monday, Aug. 16, South State, Roosevelt, West a distance of 210.50 2010 - DCWCD Building, Utah) SUNRISE TITLE feet along said river into 275 W. 800 S., Roosevelt, COMPANY, as Trustee, Section 29; thence North UT - work session at 10:00 will sell at public auction 55°23’ West a distance a.m. canceled - regular to the highest bidder for of 505.00 feet along board meeting beginning cash, all payable at the said river; thence North time of sale, the following 9:00 a.m. 88°02’ West a distance Monday, Sept. 13, described property locat- of 548.00 feet along ed in Duchesne County, 2010 - DCWCD Building, said river; thence South 275 W. 800 S., Roosevelt, Utah: 36°00’ West a distance T O W N S H I P 3 UT - work session at 10:00 of 338.00 feet along said SOUTH, RANGE 2 a.m. canceled - regular river; thence South 16°37’ WEST, UINTAH SPEboard meeting beginning CIAL BASE AND ME- East a distance of 210.68 9:00 a.m. feet along said river to a Monday, Oct. 18, RIDIAN. point on the South line of SECTION 29: 2010 - DCWCD Building, said Section 29; thence at the Beginning 275 W. 800 S., Roosevelt, continuing South 16°37’ UT - work session at 10:00 Southwest Corner of the East a distance of 484.32 Northwest Quarter of the a.m. canceled - regular feet along said river into board meeting beginning Southwest Quarter of said Section 32; thence South Section; thence North 9:00 a.m. 29°18’ West a distance No scheduled Board 0°01’20” West a distance of 243.00 feet along said of 675.00 feet along the Meeting in November river; thence South 57°39’ Monday, Dec. 6, 2010 West line of said Section West a distance of 248.00 to the center line of a ca- DCWCD Building, 275 feet along said river; W. 800 S., Roosevelt, UT nal; thence North 51°45’ thence South 75°00’ West East a distance of 271.00 - work session at 10:00 a distance of 226.00 feet a.m. canceled - regular feet along said canal; along said river; thence thence North 41°29’ East board meeting beginning a distance of 75.00 feet North 75°33’ West a 9:00 a.m. distance of 450.00 feet Regular meeting loca- along said canal; thence along said river; thence North 34°17’ East a distions of the DCWCD North 85°50’ West a Board of Directors and tance of 104.00 feet along distance of 205.00 feet LBA of DCWCD Board said canal; thence North along said river; thence of Directors shall be 35°45’ East a distance of South 32°00’ West a disupdated and now held 423.00 feet along said ca- tance of 239.00 feet along starting with the Aug. nal; thence North 24°55’ said river; thence South 16, 2010 board meeting East a distance of 160.00 5°07’ East a distance of at the new DCWCD feet along said canal; 174.00 feet along said building located at 275 thence North 33°10” East river; thence South 37°04’ West 800 South, Roos- a distance of 100.00 feet East a distance of 267.00 evelt, Utah. Work ses- along said canal; thence feet along said river to sions are canceled for the North 52°20” East a dis- a point on the South rest of the year and board tance of 79.40 feet along line of the Northwest meetings will begin at said canal; thence North Quarter of the Northwest 9:00 p.m., except as noted 20°42’ West a distance Quarter; thence South or changed by a vote of of 79.42 feet to the cen- 89°42’14” West a disterline of a County Road; the Board. tance of 1088.70 feet to Lynn Burton, Chair- thence North 69°18’ East the Southwest Corner a CLEARLY READABLE protest stating FILING NUMBER, REASONS FOR OBJECTION, PROTESTANTS` NAME AND RETURN ADDRESS, and any request for a hearing. Effective July 1, 2009, there will be a $15.00 fee for each protest filed. Protest must be filed with the State Engineer, Box 146300, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6300 on or before AUGUST 30, 2010. These are informal proceedings as per Rule R655-6-2 of the Division of Water Rights. (The Period of Use is generally year-round except irrigation which is generally from Apr 1 to Oct 31 each year.) N E W APPLICATION(S) 43-12334 (A78882): Greg and Robin Molis propose(s) using 1.73 acft. from groundwater (2 mi. SW of Fruitland) for IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING; DOMESTIC. EXTENSION(S) 43-2979 (A42980): Max Leon Ross is/are filing an extension for 2.0 cfs. from groundwater (4 miles Southwest of Roosevelt) for IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING; DOMESTIC. 43-9894 (A36642a): Central Utah Water Conservancy District is/are filing an extension for 50000.0 ac-ft. from the Lake Fork (Lake Fork River drainage) for IRRIGATION; MUNICIPAL:; In Central Utah Water Conservancy District; OTHER: Incidental domestic, stockwatering, fish & wildlife and recreation uses. 43-3819 (A36626): Whiterocks Irrigation Company is/are filing an extension for 4460.0 acft. from the Whiterocks River (2 miles northwest of Lapoint) for IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING; DOMESTIC. Kent L. Jones, P.E. STATE ENGINEER Published in Uintah Basin Standard August 3 and 10, 2010.
man DCWCD Board of Directors Published in the Uintah Basin Standard August 3 and 10, 2010.
of the said Northwest Quarter of said Northwest Quarter; thence North 0°23’40” East a distance of 1319.19 feet to the point of beginning. An easement for ingress, egress and utilities, being 33 feet wide, lying to the East of the following described line: Beginning at point on the South line of the County Road where County Road intersects the West line of SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, UINTAH SPECIAL MERIDIAN; running thence South along West Section line to a point 644.19 feet, more or less, South of the West Quarter Corner of said Section. ALSO, an easement for ingress and egress across the Westerly 66 feet to the following described parcel; SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, UINTAH SPECIAL BASE AND MERIDIAN: Commencing at the North Center 1/16; thence South 88°43’57” East a distance of 133.08 feet along the 1/16 line; thence South 10°40’18” East (Deed=South 10°12’16” East) a distance of 154.13 feet to the point of beginning; thence continuing South 10°40’18” East (Deed=South 10°12’16” East) a distance of 571.22 feet; thence South 54°56’50” West a distance of 235.04 feet; thence North 32°00’ West a distance of 285.00 feet; thence North 8°15’ East a distance of 85.00 feet; thence North 63°37’ East a distance of 128.00 feet; thence North 24°35’ East a distance of 67.00 feet; thence North 18°59’ West a distance of 166.00 feet; thence North 5°33’ West a distance of 72.00 feet; thence North 80°30’ East a distance of 145.89 feet to the point of beginning. EXCEPTINGTHEREFROM THE FOLLOWING: STATE OF UTAH, COUNTY OF DUCHESNE. Beginning at the Southwest Corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, UINTAH SPECIAL BASE AND MERIDIAN; thence North 00°16’03” East 146.89 feet along the West line of said Northwest Quarter; thence South 89°43’57” East 400.05 feet perpendicular to said West line; thence South 00°08’44” West 598.05 feet parallel with the West line of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section; thence North 89°51’16” West 400.36 feet perpendicular to said West line of said Southwest Quarter of said Southwest Quarter; thence North 00°08’44” East 452.01 feet along said West line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT for ingress, egress and utilities, being 33 feet wide, lying to the East of the following described line: Beginning at point on the South line of the County Road where County Road intersects the West line of SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, UINTAH SPECIAL MERIDIAN; running thence South along West Section line to a point 149.89 feet North of Southwest Corner Northwest Quarter Southwest Quarter of said Section. ALSO, EXCEPTING THEREFROM THE FOLLOWING: Commencing at the West 1/4 Corner of Section 29, Township 3 South, Range 2 West of the Uintah Special Base & Meridian; Thence South 00°16’03” West 1319.25 feet to the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the SW14 of said section; Thence South 00°08’44” West 19.44 feet (South 0°01’20” East, by record), along the West line of the SW 1/4, (said record being that certain deed found on page 519 in Book A428 of Deeds, in the Duchesne County Recorder’s Office); Thence North 89°04’58” East 605.70 feet (North 88°59’ East 659.12 feet, by record) to a fence corner as called for in said deed; Thence North 50°16’07” East 2613.79 feet (North 49°49’ East, by record) along said fence line to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; Thence North 28°43’42” West 846.41 feet to the fence line called for in said deed; Thence along said fence line and/or the extension thereof, the following 4 (four) courses; North 77°12’21” East 109.97 feet; North 80°45’25” East 147.67 feet; North 85°33’39” East 91.21 feet; North 88°03’03” East 166.43 feet to the NE Corner of said parcel described in said deed;
Thence Southerly along the East line of said parcel, being the centerline of an existing ditch, the following 6 (six) courses: South 05°11’34” East 72.00 feet (South 5°33’ East, by record); South 18°37’34” East 166.00 feet (South 18°59’ East, by record); South 24°56’26” West 67.00 feet (South 24°35’ West, by record); South 63°58’26” West 128.00 feet (South 63’37” West, by record); South 08°36’26” West 85.00 feet (South 8°15’West, by record); South 31°38’34” East 290.86 feet (South 32’ West 285.00 feet, by record) to a fence corner as called for in said deed; Thence South 63°04’33” West 25.00 feet more or less to a fence corner as called for in said deed; Thence South 50°16’07” West 178.52 feet along said fence to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, containing 5.50 acres. The sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession, or encumbrance, to satisfy the obligation secured by, and pursuant to the power of sale contained in, that certain deed of trust executed by GARY R. KINNEY AND VICKIE G. KINNEY, Trustor, SUNRISE TITLE COMPANY, as Trustee, for the benefit and security of GARY AND THELMA SHIELDS FAMILY TRUST, Beneficiary, dated August 20, 2004, and recorded August 20, 2004, in Book A428, Page 522, Entry Number 371575 Official Records of Duchesne County. Notice of Default and Election to Sell said real property was recorded in said Official Records on April 28, 2010, in Book A594, Page 56, Entry Number 423853. Bidders must be prepared to deliver a cashier’s check for full amount to the Trustee no later than 5:00 P.M. on the day of the sale (August 30, 2010). DATED this 29th day of July, 2010. SUNRISE TITLE COMPANY, TRUSTEE Published in the Uintah Basin Standard Aug. 3, 10 and 17, 2010.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, Utah”, on September 7, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated August 28, 2007 and executed by CHRISTOPHER HASKINS, as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: BEGINNING 506.67 FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, SALT LAKE BASE AND MERIDIAN, AND RUNNING THENCE SOUTH 213.33 FEET ALONG THE EAST SECTION LINE; THENCE WEST 193.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 213.33 FEET; THENCE EAST 193.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Tax Parcel No.: 06062-0060 The address of the property is purported to be 4866 SOUTH 2500 EAST, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be CHRISTOPHER HASKINS. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order Continued on next page
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Dated: July 15, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 the trustee is unaware. R i c h a r d s o n , T X In the event any of the 75082 foregoing apply, the sale ( 8 0 0 ) 2 8 1 - 8 2 1 9 will be void and the suc- x3436 cessful bidder’s funds will Regular Bus ines s be returned without any Hours: Monday – Friliability to the trustee or day, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. beneficiary for interest or m., Central Time any other damages. TS#: 10 -0053340 NOTICE IS HEREBY Published in the Uintah GIVEN THAT RECON- Basin Standard August 3, TRUST COMPANY, 10 and 17, 2010. N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT INVITATION AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL TO BID BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT Roosevelt Junior High THE DEBT MAY BE School Addition DISPUTED. Westland Construc Dated: July 14, 2010 tion, Inc., as Construction By: Manager for Duchesne Pam Davis, Team County School District, Member is requesting labor and R E C O N T R U S T material bids for the COMPANY, N.A. construction of the Roos 2380 Performance Dr, evelt Junior High School TX2-984-0407 Addition, in accordance R i c h a r d s o n , T X with plans, specifications 75082 and bid documents as ( 8 0 0 ) 2 8 1 - 8 2 1 9 prepared by KMA Arx3436 chitecture, 195 East 100 Regular Bus ines s North, Provo, UT 84606. Hours: Monday – Fri- The project consists of day, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. constructing a 44,000 sf m., Central Time addition to the existing TS#: 10 -0052928 Junior High School. The Published in the Uintah project address is 350 Basin Standard August 3, West 200 South, Roos10 and 17, 2010. evelt, Utah. Proposals will be on or before NOTICE OF received Wednesday, August 18, TRUSTEE’S 2010 at 2:00PM prevailing Mountain Time at the SALE offices of Westland Con The following de- struction, Inc. (Address scribed property will be and fax number listed sold at public auction to below). All proposals the highest bidder, pay- must be submitted on able in lawful money of the provided bid form the United States at the found in the specificatime of the sale, “255 tion manual. S. State Roosevelt, UT There will be a prebid meeting for sub84066 LOT 1, BLOCK 5, contractors at the site DICKERSON ADDI- at 1:00 PM, August TION TO DUCHESNE 10, 2010. This meeting TOWNSITE, ACCORD- is MANDATORY for ING TO THE OFFICIAL earthwork and utilPLAT THEREOF AS ity subcontractors. All FOUND IN THE OFFICE other subcontractor OF THE RECORDER, trades are encouraged DUCHESNE COUNTY, to attend. UTAH. ALSO, THAT Westland ConstrucPORTION OF THE tion, Inc. STREET AND ALLEY- 1411 West 1250 South WAY AS VACATED Suite 200 BY DUCHESNE CITY Orem, Utah 84058 ORDINANCE #93-2 Phone: 801-374-6085 DATEDOCTOBER 22, Fax: 801-374-6060 1992 AND RECORDED Questions on scope of JUNE 23, 1993 AS EN- work, trade coordination TRY NO. 294851 IN and bidding should be diBOOK A-227, PAGE rected to Nick Slye, Chris Houghton, or John Clay457-489. Together with all the ton at Westland Construcimprovements now or tion or Kevin Madson at hereafter erected on the KMA Architecture. property, and all ease- A 5% BID SECUments, appurtenances, RITY MUST BE ATand fixtures now or here- TACHED FOR BIDS after a part of the prop- OVER $100,000. Bid Security may be a bid erty. Tax Parcel No.: 00- bond or cashiers check made payable to the order 0000-7843 The address of the of Westland Construction, property is purported Inc. The bid security of to be 753 NORTH 600 the accepted bidder shall EAST, DUCHESNE, UT be forfeited in the case 84066. The undersigned of failure or refusal to disclaims liability for any enter into a contract and error in the address. The furnish payment and percurrent Beneficiary of the formance bonds as may be trust deed is BAC HOME required. LOANS SERVICING, Time is of the essence LP, FKA COUNTRY- of this project. Refer to WIDE HOME LOANS the Bid Documents for SERVICING, LP, and the specific schedule and record owners of the prop- liquidated damage reerty as of the recording quirements. of the notice of default is Inasmuch as the Owner reported to be EDMUND is a political subdivision JOSEPH WHITE AN of the State of Utah, all trades on the project must UNMARRIED MAN. Bidders must be pre- certify by affidavit, prior pared to tender to the to commencing any work trustee, RECONTRUST on the project, that they C O M PA N Y, N . A . , participate in a Status $5,000.00 at the sale Verification System to and the balance of the verify the work eligibility purchase price by 12:00 status of its new employnoon the day following ees in accordance with the sale and deliverable to: Section 63G-11-103 Utah Matheson, Mortensen, et Code Annotated. al., 648 East First South, Any award or rejecSalt Lake City, UT 84102. tion, in whole or in part, Both payments must be relating to this project is in the form of a cashier’s contingent upon budget check or money order restraints. Refer to the Bid and made payable to Documents for Proposal RECONTRUST COM- Guidelines. PANY, N.A., cash and The Owner and ConBank “Official Checks” struction Manager reserve are not acceptable. A trust- the right to accept or reject ee’s deed will be made any and all proposals or available to the success- alternates with or withful bidder within three out cause for any reason business days following determined in its sole receipt of the bid amount. subjective determination The sale is made without to be in the Owner’s best any warranty whatsoever, interest and to waive any including but not limited informality in bidding. to any warranty as to Proposals shall be title, liens, possession, properly executed upon taxes, encumbrances, or the Bid Form with all condition of the property. items filled out. The The sale is subject to a completed form shall be workout reinstatement, without deletions, alterapayoff, sale cancellation tions or erasures. Proposal or postponement, incor- forms are available at the rect bidding instructions, office of the construction bankruptcy, or any other manager and in the specicircumstance of which fication manual. the trustee is unaware. Before submitting a In the event any of the proposal, bidders shall foregoing apply, the sale carefully examine the will be void and the suc- plans, read the specificacessful bidder’s funds will tions, all addenda and be returned without any all other bid documents. liability to the trustee or They shall visit the site beneficiary for interest or of work and shall fully inform themselves as to any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY all existing conditions and GIVEN THAT RECON- limitations. They shall TRUST COMPANY, include in the proposal a N.A. IS ATTEMPTING sum to cover the cost of TO COLLECT A DEBT all items included in the AND ANY INFORMA- bid documents and within TION OBTAINED WILL the time frame stated in BE USED FOR THAT the bid documents. PURPOSE, AND THAT Securing Documents: THE DEBT MAY BE Plans and specifications will be available to bidDISPUTED.
Your Right To Know! Continued from previous page and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: April 28, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0020518 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard August 3, 10 and 17, 2010.
business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 14, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Busines s Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p. m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0053338 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard August 3, 10 and 17, 2010.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the NOTICE OF time of the sale, “at the Entrance, Uintah TRUSTEE’S Main County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, SALE Utah”, on September The following de- 7, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of scribed property will be said day, for the purpose sold at public auction to of foreclosing a trust the highest bidder, pay- deed dated January 24, able in lawful money of 2009 and executed by the United States at the SANDRA A. BROWN, time of the sale, “at the A SINGLE WOMAN, Main Entrance, Uintah as Trustor(s) in favor of County Courthouse, 920 MORTGAGE ELECEast Highway 40, Vernal, TRONIC REGISTRAUtah”, on September 7, TION SYSTEMS, INC. 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said as Beneficiary, covering day, for the purpose of the following real propforeclosing a trust deed erty located in Uintah dated August 6, 2007 County: and executed by STE- LOT 46, MAESER VEN WALLENDAAND MEADOWS SUBDIVIRACHEL WALLENDA, SION, ACCORDING TO HUSBAND AND WIFE THE OFFICIAL PLAT AS JOINT TENANTS, THEREOF ON FILE IN as Trustor(s) in favor of THE OFFICE OF THE MORTGAGE ELEC- RECORDER, UINTAH TRONIC REGISTRA- COUNTY, UTAH. TION SYSTEMS, INC. Together with all the as Beneficiary, covering improvements now or the following real prop- hereafter erected on the erty located in Uintah property, and all easements, appurtenances, County: LOT 22, OF THE and fixtures now or hereG L E N B R O O K E S - after a part of the propTATES SUBDIVISION, erty. A C C O R D I N G T O Tax Parcel No.: 04THE OFFICIAL PLAT 089-0146A THEREOF ON FILE IN The address of the THE OFFICE OF THE property is purported RECORDER, UINTAH to be 2322 WEST 550 NORTH, VERNAL, UT COUNTY, UTAH. Together with all the 84078. The undersigned improvements now or disclaims liability for any hereafter erected on the error in the address. The property, and all ease- current Beneficiary of the ments, appurtenances, trust deed is BAC HOME and fixtures now or here- LOANS SERVICING, after a part of the prop- LP, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS erty. Tax Parcel No.: 04- SERVICING, LP, and the record owners of the prop072-0022 The address of the erty as of the recording property is purported of the notice of default is to be 254 WEST 600 reported to be SANDRA NORTH, VERNAL, UT A. BROWN, A SINGLE 84078. The undersigned WOMAN. disclaims liability for any Bidders must be preerror in the address. The pared to tender to the current Beneficiary of the trustee, RECONTRUST trust deed is BAC HOME C O M PA N Y, N . A . , LOANS SERVICING, $5,000.00 at the sale LP, FKA COUNTRY- and the balance of the WIDE HOME LOANS purchase price by 12:00 SERVICING, LP, and noon the day following the record owners of the the sale and deliverable to: property as of the record- Matheson, Mortensen, et ing of the notice of default al., 648 East First South, is reported to be STEVEN Salt Lake City, UT 84102. WALLENDA AND RA- Both payments must be CHEL WALLENDA, in the form of a cashier’s HUSBAND AND WIFE check or money order and made payable to AS JOINT TENANTS. Bidders must be pre- RECONTRUST COMpared to tender to the PANY, N.A., cash and trustee, RECONTRUST Bank “Official Checks” C O M PA N Y, N . A . , are not acceptable. A trust$5,000.00 at the sale ee’s deed will be made and the balance of the available to the successpurchase price by 12:00 ful bidder within three noon the day following business days following the sale and deliverable to: receipt of the bid amount. Matheson, Mortensen, et The sale is made without al., 648 East First South, any warranty whatsoever, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. including but not limited Both payments must be to any warranty as to in the form of a cashier’s title, liens, possession, check or money order taxes, encumbrances, or and made payable to condition of the property. RECONTRUST COM- The sale is subject to a PANY, N.A., cash and workout reinstatement, Bank “Official Checks” payoff, sale cancellation are not acceptable. A trust- or postponement, incoree’s deed will be made rect bidding instructions, available to the success- bankruptcy, or any other ful bidder within three circumstance of which
ders Thursday, August 5th, at the office of the construction manager. Contractor’s Qualification Statement: Any bidder shall, upon request, submit a Contractor’s Qualification Statement, AIA Document A305. Failure to show a statement satisfactory to the Owner will be reason to reject the proposal as non-responsive. Published in the Uintah Basin Standard August 3 and 10, 2010.
the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 27, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUSTCOMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0057388 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard Aug. 10, 17, and 24, 2010.
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BRIAN ENNENGA, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TENANTS WITH FULL RIGHTS OF SURVIVORSHIP AND NOT AS TENANTS IN COMMON, as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISRTATION SYSTEM, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: ALL THOSE CERTAIN PARCELS OF LAND SITUATE IN THE NOTICE OF COUNTY OF UINTAH TRUSTEE’S AND STATE OF UTAH, BEING KNOWN AND SALE DESIGNATED AS FOLLOWS: The following de PARCEL 1: BEGINscribed property will be NING 733 FEET WEST sold at public auction to AND 84 FEET NORTH the highest bidder, payOF THE SOUTHable in lawful money of EAST CORNER OF the United States at the T H E N O RT H W E S T time of the sale, “at the QUARTER OF SECMain Entrance, Uintah TION 8, TOWNSHIP County Courthouse, 920 4 SOUTH, RANGE 21 East Highway 40, Vernal, EAST, SLB&M, AND Utah”, on September 14, RUNNING THENCE 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said NORTH 510 FEET; day, for the purpose of THENCE WEST 100 foreclosing a trust deed FEET, THENCE SOUTH dated December 21, 2006 510 FEET; THENCE and executed by GLEN M. EAST 100 FEET TO COWLEYAND KAREN THE POINT OF BEGINS. COWLEY, as Trustor(s) NING. in favor of MORTGAGE PARCEL 2: BEGINNING ELECTRONIC REGIS633 FEET WEST AND TRATION SYSTEMS, 564 FEET NORTH OF INC as Beneficiary, covTHE CENTER OF SECering the following real TION 8, TOWNSHIP property located in Uintah 4 SOUTH, RANGE 21 County: EAST, SLB&M, AND BEGINNING 293.4 RUNNING THENCE FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTH 262.75 FEET; SOUTHWEST CORNER THENCE WEST 100 NORTHWEST QUARFEET; THENCE NORTH TER, SECTION 28, 262.75 FEET; THENCE TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, EAST ALONG AN EXR A N G E 2 1 E A S T, ISTING FENCE 100 SALT LAKE MERIDFEET TO THE POINT IAN THENCE SOUTH OF BEGINNING. 112 FEET, EAST 297 Together with all the FEET, NORTH 112 FEET, improvements now or WEST 297 FEET TO THE hereafter erected on the BEGINNING. property, and all ease Together with all the ments, appurtenances, improvements now or and fixtures now or herehereafter erected on the after a part of the propproperty, and all easeerty. ments, appurtenances, and Tax Parcel No.: 04-037fixtures now or hereafter a 0008 & 04-037-0019 part of the property. The address of the Tax Parcel No.: 05-072property is purported 0010 to be 3150 WEST 2000 The address of the NORTH, VERNAL, UT property is purported to be 703 SOUTH 2500 NOTICE OF 84078-9750. The undersigned disclaims liWEST, VERNAL, UT TRUSTEE’S ability for any error in 84078. The undersigned the address. The current disclaims liability for any SALE Beneficiary of the trust error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the The following de- deed is BAC HOME trust deed is BAC HOME scribed property will be LOANS SERVICING, LOANS SERVICING, LP sold at public auction to LP FKA COUNTRYFKA COUNTRYWIDE the highest bidder, pay- WIDE HOME LOANS HOME LOANS SERVIC- able in lawful money of SERVICING LP, and ING LP, and the record the United States at the the record owners of the owners of the property time of the sale, “at the property as of the recordas of the recording of the Main Entrance, Uintah ing of the notice of default notice of default is re- County Courthouse, 920 is reported to be KELLY ported to be GLEN M. East Highway 40, Vernal, ANN ENNENGA, AND COWLEYAND KAREN Utah”, on September 14, BRIAN ENNENGA, S. COWLEY. 2010, at 1:00 PM, of HUSBAND AND WIFE Bidders must be pre- said day, for the purpose AS JOINT TENANTS pared to tender to the of foreclosing a trust WITH FULL RIGHTS OF trustee, RECONTRUST deed dated June 4, 2007 SURVIVORSHIP AND C O M PA N Y, N . A . , and executed by KELLY NOT AS TENANTS IN $5,000.00 at the sale and ANN ENNENGA, AND COMMON.
Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made available to the successful bidder within three business days following receipt of the bid amount. The sale is made without any warranty whatsoever, including but not limited to any warranty as to title, liens, possession, taxes, encumbrances, or condition of the property. The sale is subject to a workout reinstatement, payoff, sale cancellation or postponement, incorrect bidding instructions, bankruptcy, or any other circumstance of which the trustee is unaware. In the event any of the foregoing apply, the sale will be void and the successful bidder’s funds will be returned without any liability to the trustee or beneficiary for interest or any other damages. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND THAT THE DEBT MAY BE DISPUTED. Dated: July 21, 2010 By: Pam Davis, Team Member RECONTRUSTCOMPANY, N.A. 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 x3436 Regular Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m., Central Time TS#: 10 -0055491 Published in the Uintah Basin Standard Aug. 10, 17 and 24, 2010.
PUBLIC NOTICE Contents of storage shed belonging to Megan Hopkins to be sold on August 21, 2010 at 11:00 AM, if payment is not received by August 18, 2010. 1st South Mini Storage 435822-2005. Published in the Uintah Basin Standard Aug. 10 and 17, 2010.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of the sale, “at the Main Entrance, Uintah County Courthouse, 920 East Highway 40, Vernal, Utah”, on September 14, 2010, at 1:00 PM, of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated January 30, 2008 and executed by ROBERT G. COFFELT, A MARRIED MAN., as Trustor(s) in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. as Beneficiary, covering the following real property located in Uintah County: UNIT 58, WEST PARK VILLAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (AMENDED), ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF ON FILE AND OF RECORD IN THE UINTAH COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property, and all easements, appurtenances, and fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. Ta x P a r c e l N o . : 04:134:0258 The address of the property is purported to be 1601 WEST 300 SOUTH #58, VERNAL, UT 84078. The undersigned disclaims liability for any error in the address. The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the notice of default is reported to be ROBERT G. COFFELT, A MARRIED MAN. Bidders must be prepared to tender to the trustee, RECONTRUST C O M PA N Y, N . A . , $5,000.00 at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale and deliverable to: Matheson, Mortensen, et al., 648 East First South, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. Both payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order and made payable to RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., cash and Bank “Official Checks” are not acceptable. A trustee’s deed will be made Continued on next page
NOTICE OF PROPOSED TAX INCREASE Neola Community Park District The Neola Community Park District is proposing to increase it’s property tax revenue. -The Neola Community Park District Tax on a $150,000 residence would increase from $11.63 to $23.34, which is $11.71 per year. -The Neola Community Park District Tax on a $150,000.00 business would increase from $21.15 to $42.45 which is $21.30 per year. -If the proposed budget is approved, Neola Community Park District would increase it’s property tax budgeted revenue by 100.71% above last year’s property tax budgeted revenue excluding new growth. Neola Community Park District property tax revenue from new growth and other sources will increase from $21,621 to $43,334. All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the tax increase. PUBLIC HEARING Date/Time: 8/17/2010 7:00 pm Location: Neola Community Park
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UBIC CHILDREN’S GAMES
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A little girl does her best in a bag tossing contest at the UBIC Children’s Games Friday afternoon in Roosevelt.
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Two guys battle for the soccer ball during 3 on 3 Tournament action during the annual UBIC in Roosevelt. The fields were jammed with soccer players last week.
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The ball jets through the air after coming into contact with a player’s foot in 3 on 3 Meet play in Roosevelt on Friday.
Shianna Thompson, Syd Davies and Lauren Parry (left to right) received “allstar” status at a recent week long BYU soccer camp. 200 girls in this age division from all over the US attended and 15 were given this title including three from Roosevelt! Syd Davies’ team also won the championship in league play and had a week of shutouts as “keeper”.
UBIC GOLF WINNERS
Kohler—lineman, and other key players – Cody Parker and Taylor Richards. Coach is Steve North. Park City – Jake Adams at tight end/defensive line – Paul Flake at quarterback – key offensive players (running backs and receivers) – Chad Wing, Brian Schettler, Robert Cashel and Adams – new coach in Kai Smalley, a former Wasatch assistant coach (should be exciting Wasatch vs. Park City clash) – defending Region 10 champ. Union High School – Number of underclassmen return with varsity playing time from last year – Braxten Nielsen at quarterback/slot/defensive back – Michael Dye at slot/ quarterback/defensive back – Rhett Gilley at offensive and defensive line – Weston Crozier back from shoulder injury suffered in 2008-09 basketball season at running back/middle linebacker – Coach Sam Elliott returns for third year as head coach – assistant coaches are Don Busenbark, Keith Morris, Karl Neibergall, Dean Wilson and Chris Anderton. Carbon – New coach in Jeff Blanc – quarterback Dusty Blackham (recovering from knee injury) – linemen David Fonnesbeck and David Scoggins – runningback Jordan Blanc – hope to break 25-game losing streak. American Leadership Academy – quarterback Hunter Morley – wide receivers Chris and Brett Haynes, Riley Lewis – linebacker Kaleb Barnum. Union Cougar Football 2010 Ben Lomond (Endowment) at Union – Aug. 20, Manti at Union –Aug. 27, Union at Juab – Sept. 3, Union at Uintah – Sept. 10, Union at Emery – Sept. 17, Homecoming Game, Park City at Union – Sept. 24, Bye – Oct. 1, Wasatch at Union – Oct. 8, Union at Carbon – Oct. 13, Union at American Leadership Academy – Oct. 22, First Round of Playoffs – Oct. 29-30, Quarter Finals – Nov. 5-6, Semi Finals at University of Utah – Nov. 12, Finals at University of Utah – Nov. 19.
High school age golfers pose for a photo of UBIC Junior winners last week in Roosevelt. They played the course on July 30 in Roosevelt. Back row left to right, Braydan Barrett,Dakota Denver, Jace Woolstenhulme, Willie Knight, and front row, Zac Roll, Kody Conover, Emilio Mascarenas, Dorian Morgan Assistant Pro.
Athletes test mettle in UBIC Triathlon A hearty group of competitors turned out at the Roosevelt Swimming Pool in the pre-dawn hours Saturday to take part in the annual UBIC Triathlon. For some, the event was an opportunity to have fun while pushing their physical limits. For others, it was a chance to measure themselves against other competitors in the sprint triathlon’s three disciplines: a 1/6-mile swim, a 13-mile bike ride and a 3-mile run. In the men’s division, the top five finishers were: Aaron Olsen — 00:56:34; Brett Rasmussen —00:58:31; Shane Powell — 00:58:36; Keith Powell — 01:03:18; and Jared Hicken — 01:04:50.
In the women’s division, the top five finishers were: Liz Snow — 01:10:15; Teresa Mair — 01:15:39; Wendy Harris — 01:17:27; Lynise Mason — 01:18:39; and Jennifer Cranney — 1:19:26. In the team division, the top five finishers were: Roger Hullinger/Geoff Liesik/Nedra Bromley — 01:11:52; Joan Olson/Chelsie Jensen/Amy Ewell — 01:17:11; Rodney Hicken/Camille Hicken — 01:25:37; Caleb Jensen/Alex Niebergall/Kevin Brighton — 01:26:30; and Tiffani Castro/NaTawni Johnston/Ashlie Quick — 01:40:21. Full results from the triathlon are available online at ubic.info under the “Triathlon” tab.
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Tanner Wallace crosses the finish line to take first place in the UBIC Children’s Triathlon. Kevin Hicken was second and Jeremiah Nielsen third.
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Two boys battle with sticks in an attempt to get the ball in its proper place in a UBIC Children’s Game last week in the park.
Yankees in Boston
Old and New Caps I got me a new car (when the grill on the front of a car falls off it is time to get rid of the old one) and a new cap. Matt Labrum is the basketball and baseball coach at Parowan High School and his dad Dave gave me a new Parowan cap that matches my new car (new to me). When I wear the cap I can tell people that the “P” stands for Parowan and not Provo, Piute, Park City, Panguitch, Payson, Pine View or Pleasant Grove. Maybe I can pass the cap off as a Price, Utah one and use it while watching Price’s American Legion baseball team that has been coached by Willie Ellington in the past few years. I like wearing New York Yankee caps because I’m a fan of the Yanks. It has been a family tradition to be a Yankees supporter right from the start with Grandpa Salvatore Rachele, who always thought the Great Bambino was Italian because in Italian Bambino means “a little boy”. Many thought Babe Ruth was a boy that never grew up. Ruth was also known as the Babe, but also as: “The Sultan of Swat”, “The King of Crash” and “The Colossus of Clout”. Some nicknames that didn’t catch on according to Answer. com were: “The Wali of Wallop”, “The Rajah of Rap” (before its time – would fit in with Rap music of 2010), “The Caliph of Clout”, “The Wazir of Wham”, “The Maharajah of Mash”, “The Behemoth of Bust” (sounds like a good name for former Jazzman Luther Wright), “The King of Clout”, “The Colossus of Crash”, “The King of Swing”, “The Terrible Titan”, “The Kid of Crash”, “The Jovial Giant (after too many hot dogs, Ruth could have been known as the “Jolly Green Giant” as he came out before the famous can of peas) or the too simple – “the home run king”. I like to honor Babe Ruth while wearing his No. 3 Yankee jersey with his name on the back. When I was planning my
trip to Boston I wondered about wearing a Boston t-shirt of Babe Ruth, but found out that Red Sox didn’t wear numbers on their jerseys when Ruth played for them. I thought of putting a Yankee three on the back of a Sox shirt. However, I decided that it wouldn’t be right in the “Do’s and Don’t’s” of Yankee Tradition and plus grandpa wouldn’t like it. A Guy With Caps Another guy that loves wearing sports caps is Billy Coleman of Helper, Utah. I first saw Billy making a fashion statement with a Yankee cap. However, the cap was so dirty that I was wishing someone would buy him a new one for his birthday. Joe Torre – ex-Yankee manager – left New York and became the Los Angeles Dodgers manager. Not only did the Yank lose Torre, but former Yankees all-star first baseman Don Mattingly (now a coach) as well as fan Billy who had traded in his Yank cap for a Dodger one. However, the next year Billy had replaced his Dodger cap with one of the Detroit Tigers. The last time I checked Billy was wearing a Price American Legion team cap. It didn’t do him any good as Price lost two games to Roosevelt in a battle to advance to the state meet.
My sister Kaye forced me to wear Red Sox gear upon our trip to Boston that included a game at the “holy” Fenway Park. My niece Cara got married in Boston. Her wedding was more important, but Fenway Park finished a close second with Boston Garden (home of Boston Celtics) ending up third. I did see two guys in Boston wearing Yankee caps as they ran down various streets (one at John F. Kennedy street in Harvard). Maybe they were running from “ticked off” Red Sox supporters? Red Sox in Denver With A-Rod (Alex Rodriguez) hitting his 600th home run last week for the Yankees I remembered the Red Sox fan from Denver. Three years ago I attended the Yankees-Colorado Rockies three game series in Denver. Most folks wore Rockies or Yankees gear, but one strange fan was dressed Red Sox style for a game where I was wearing a brand new A-Rod t-shirt that I purchased the day before in Denver. All during the game he bugged me about wearing my A-Rod shirt. I stood up to buy a lemonade (it was a hot day) and the mean guy said, “Sit down A-Rod!” I couldn’t take it any more and said, “Go Jump in the Great Salt Lake” or some thing similar. I wonder as the terrible guy saw A-Rod hit homer 600 if he said, “Sit down A-Rod!” Maybe he said, “Good Luck”.
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Brendan Dennis wins UBIC Meet By Aldon Rachele Uintah Basin Standard Brendan Dennis won the UBIC Men’s Golf Meet with a top gross score of 66. Dennis bagged $250. Placing in the men’s net were: Johnson Davis, first net, 64, $250; Parley Serawop, second net, 66, $150; Bobby Chapoose, third net, 67, $100, and Alan Smith, Jace Woolstenhulme, fourth net tie, 68, $62.50. Gerrie Buckalew was the best golfer in the UBIC Women’s Tournament at a first place gross tally of 84. Buckalew won $150. Joan Mortensen won the top net title at 62 and bagged $150. Joyce Eldredge and Elaine Willie tied for second place net at 69. They netted $37.30 each. ALDON RACHELE, Uintah Basin Standard
Doug Betts sends the ball on a bouncing trip down the number sixteen fairway during the UBIC Meet in Roosevelt.
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Roosevelt’s Jordan McDonald works on keeping the ball out of a pond near the No. 16 green at the UBIC Golf Meet in Roosevelt.
Teams have several players back for ’10 teams is as follows: Wasatch – Tyler Purdy at quarterback with Alex Probst at receiver and Tyson
By Aldon Rachele Uintah Basin Standard A highlight of key players back for Region 10 football
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I haven’t seen them play in pro games. I’m hoping that I’m better.” One fan wanted to know how much money he earns as a Utah Jazz player. Evans never gave a money figure as he said, “I’m not sure. I hope to make some (Evans’ contract is non-guaranteed money as he has to make the team to net a salary).” Evans had never been to Utah before until he arrived just after he was drafted. “It is a pretty state with all those mountains,” he said. The 22-year-old became just the second player in WKU history with 1,000 points, 750 rebounds and 200 blocks and was honored with the Danny Rumph Outstanding Teammate Award. As a sophomore, he was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, following his averages of 13.0 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while shooting 78.9 percent (15-of-
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Jr. Jazz clinic players work on a passing drill at Roosevelt Junior High on Wednesday morning under the direction of a member of the Utah Jazz Jeremy Evans. 19) from the floor. “Beating Middle Tennessee for the conference championship is my favorite game because it sent us to the NCAA Tournament,” Evans said. Evans concluded his four-
year collegiate career having played a total of 134 games, averaging 7.9 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocks, while shooting .639 from the field and .364 from three-point range.
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PHOTO: LEESA STANSFIELD
The Rust brothers pose with Utah Jazz player, Jeremy Evans. He autographed their heads after the Jr. Jazz Clinic (maybe they didnâ€™t bring a photo) in Altamont. The latest draft pick for the Utah Jazz gave the youth at Altamont a treat Tuesday afternoon as he made an appearance for the Jr. Jazz Program. He played a few games, showed a few techniques, ran a few drills, answered questions, and signed autographs. Evans was very personable with the kids, along with getting lots of laughs from on lookers. Jeremy starts his Jazz career in October when the season begins. Evans says heâ€™s very happy to be in Utah and is excited to play with the Jazz.
2nd Round Pick Jeremy Evans
Utah Jazz player thrills crowd with slam dunks By Aldon Rachele Uintah Basin Standard
ALDON RACHELE, Uintah Basin Standard
Utah Jazzâ€™ Jeremy Evans shows off his slam dunking skills at a Jr. Jazz Clinic in Roosevelt last week. He delighted the crown with numerous dunks.
Old Coach Back
Duchesne ready for football play By Aldon Rachele Uintah Basin Standard Duchesne opened conditioning drills on Monday, Aug 2 and will play its first game at Enterprise on Aug. 20. Two-adays will begin on Aug. 9 with two morning sessions. The first workout will start at 7 a.m. The Eaglesâ€™ head coach will be Billy Hoopes, who will be assisted by Rick Coil, Al Jole, Mike Cardon, Jerry Cowan and Ryan Crum. Crum is a former football player and wrestler at Duchesne High School. Cowan was Duchesneâ€™s SEE EAGLES on page B9
Jeremy Evans, a 6-8, 200 pound forward from Western Kentucky, and second round draft pick by the Jazz, might not make the Utah NBA teamâ€™s final roster, but 35-plus Jr. Jazz Clinic competitors didnâ€™t care Wednesday morning. They were focused on playing basketball under Evansâ€™ direction at Roosevelt Junior High and being entertained by his slam dunks. Evans, also conducted clinics at Tabiona, Altamont and Duchesne. Tabiona had 50-plus at their clinic. Highlights of Evansâ€™ fouryear career (a rare feat â€“ graduated as a senior) were advancing to the NCAA Tournamentâ€™s Sweet Sixteen where they lost to UCLA and reaching the second round in another appearance. Evans (6-9, 196, Western Kentucky) was a second-round selection (55th overall) of the Utah Jazz in the 2010 NBA Draft. During the 2009-10 season, the forward appeared in 34 games (all starts) for the Hilltoppers, averaging 10.0 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game. He led the Sun Belt Conference in field goal percentage (64.9) his senior
season and left Western Kentucky as the schoolâ€™s all-time field goal percentage leader at .693. He also finished his fouryear WKU career as the schoolâ€™s all-time leader in blocked shots (224). â€œComing from a â€œhelpâ€? defense is a key to blocking shots plus the right timing,â€? he said. Evans majored in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in art at Western Kentucky. Evans takes his X-Box and drawing materials with him while traveling by car to various Jazz events. â€œIâ€™m from Arkansas and I like to draw and paint plus play video games. I had math, reading, writing classes in grade school, but I liked coloring better, and I thought â€˜Why not major in itâ€™. I stayed in school. Since high school I have wanted to graduate from college. You need something to fall back on if pro basketball doesnâ€™t work out.â€? Evans has wanted to play pro basketball since he was six-years-old. â€œI have been everywhere so far this year for the Jazz (played in the Summer League in Orlando, Florida and conducted clinics throughout Utah).â€? Crossett, Ark., native is the first-ever Utah Jazz draft selec-
tion from Western Kentucky and the 43rd NBA player ever drafted out of WKU. Evans and New Jerseyâ€™s Courtney Lee are the only WKU players selected in the NBA Draft since 1996. Utah Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan is known as a tough, no nonsense type of coach during his long coaching career in Utah. â€œHe is a nice guy. Iâ€™m not scared of him â€“ not yet â€“ but I might be. I do what Sloan says. You must respect your teammates and coaches and have fun,â€? he said. â€œI like to play good defense cause you need to stop them from scoring.â€? Evans grew up watching Michael Jordan win NBA titles for the Chicago Bulls, but his favorite player is Shaq (Shaquille Oâ€™Neal), who is headed to the Boston Celtics. â€œI hope he doesnâ€™t dunk on me,â€? Evans said. Evans played college ball at Western Kentucky with Courtney Lee of the New Jersey Nets. Evans was asked various questions after the clinic by those in attendance and one person asked him his win total at Western Kentucky. â€œI donâ€™t know the exact wins, but we won more games than we lost,â€? he said. â€œAll my Jazz teammates are good. However, SEE JAZZ on page B9
â€“Another First for Ashley Regional Medical Center ALDON RACHELE, Uintah Basin Standard
Gabe Snow (right) edges Megan Foote (left) at the finish line of the UBIC Childrenâ€™s Triathlon last week in Roosevelt. A packed crowd was on hand for the event.
Ashley Regional Medical Center is proud to offer the Infinia Hawkeye 4. This machine is the latest in Nuclear Medicine scanning technology. It is a versatile imaging system that helps physicians determine both the nature and precise location of disease. It is a powerful diagnostic tool for many types of nuclear studies, especially cardiac perfusion (for determining how well your heart is pumping), and oncology cases (to help identify and locate cancer). This newest addition to the radiology department can accurately detect disease that may not be detected by other means. Physicians can pinpoint where disease is located, distinguish it from normal tissue and predict where it will go next. A typical exam takes as little as 10 minutes.
Ashley Regional is proud to continue their tradition of bringing the latest radiology technology to Northeastern Utah.
ALDON RACHELE, Uintah Basin Standard
A contestant in the UBIC Childrenâ€™s Triathlon competes in the bike riding portion of the event Friday morning.
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