Judge sets date in tracker case
The 7th District Court has set a March preliminary hearing date in the felony level criminal complaint charging a former drug court tracker with six third degree unlawful custodial relations and tampering with evidence counts....
BEAR project tackles local economic issues
Castle Valley economic personnel gathered Thursday morning at the regular Business Expansion and Retention meeting to discuss increasing the area's skilled workforce, providing a comprehensive drug free workplace program and continuing to assist ...
Warm February temperatures bring skaters, bikers to park for near spring runs
Children and young adults of all ages are bringing out their spring sports equipment a little early this year, as unseasonably warm temperatures have Castle Valley waiting on spring. However, any long time resident knows that winter may have at l...
Area gas company makes notable donation to county
ConocoPhillips representatives Chuck Knecht and Jean Semborski, donate $25,000 to Carbon Commissioners to finance the building of a new ice skating rink near the local fairgrounds....
Sundance Kid mystery unearthed as forensic testing continues
Is a Duchesne County farmer who died in 1936 actually one of the Old West's most legendary outlaws?
Lenten lunches to begin Feb. 25
The Lenten lunches for this year will begin on Wednesday of this week.
Gathering shed antlers? Then take online course
If you enjoy gathering antlers that deer, elk and moose shed in the winter, one of your favorite times of the year is almost here.
Interested in rocks?
The Castle Country Rock, Fossil, and Mineral Club is having a rock collecting field trip. This is a free event for the whole family.