MONROE — The Fishlake National Forest Richfield Ranger District and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources have awarded three new mechanical treatment contracts for the Monroe Mountain Aspen Ecosystems Restoration Project.
Richfield High School’s boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams participated in the Highland Invitational. Forty-three full teams and over 2,100 athletes competed in the event.
The Lady Wildcats of Richfield High School split the week on the soccer field. The Lady ’Cats were defeated 4-1 by the Lady Eagles in Millard, Aug. 13, and then shutout the Lady Eagles of American Leadership Academy, 5-0, in Spanish Fork, Aug. 15.
MONROE – The North Sevier High School Wolves chalked a 23-7 victory over South Sevier on the Rams’ home field in Monroe, Friday. The cross-county rivalry bout was the season opening game for both squads.
The Richfield Reaper’s annual school supply drive resulted in several boxes full of materials to help students who may have a hard time getting what they need to start the academic year.
In a special meeting hosted Monday afternoon, the Sevier County Commission approved a measure that will put a $3.5 million bond on November’s ballot.
A crowd of more than 100 people filled the Richfield City Council chambers Aug. 13, to express support for a new community development/recreation center.
Emotions filled the room as a Korean Ambassador of Peace Medal was presented to Richfield resident Wayland Crane Monday afternoon.
Rodney Hurd, Richfield, was selected to attend a seminar on the Vietnam Conflict held in July in Chicago, Illinios. The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History sponsored the weeklong seminar. Hurd was the only teacher chosen in Utah from hundreds of applicants to learn about this era of…
It has struck us all to the core; to lose those we love to suicide. This heartbreaking tragedy and the tormenting question “why?” have been on our minds as we have seen suicide strike our own. Does it feel like these problems are happening more than they did in the past? Do you wonder if we …
SALINA – The Salina City Pool, located at 50 North 100 West, has been an entertainment and recreational staple in Salina for decades. The pool closed in August 2016 in need of extensive repairs estimated at $1.5 million.