Tree View starts TODAY!!! Stop by the conference center to view all of the beautiful trees and donate to any of them! Raffle tickets are being sold for $1 each or 1 non perishable item for the food pantry!! ... See MoreSee Less
Folks, Folks, Folks, HAPPY HOLLY DAYS! The day has finally come! Please get out and safely celebrate with us today! See a full list of events happening today below. Download your #vernalhollydays check list at vernalhollydays2020.com and turn all completed lists into the drop box at Cobble Rock Park by 3pm. Please message us if you have any questions. Remember to do your part and wear your mask while attending each of these activities. . #visitdinosaurland #vernalstrong #thisisvernal ... See MoreSee Less
Yes, Trees For Charity is still happening! Yes, you can still buy tickets for the dinner IF you will be bidding on trees. Yes, the event will be live streamed for those who are unable to attend. Yes, they are still supporting the food pantry, as they do every year, but since the dinner isn't open to as many people this year, they're making it easy for you to help out. Simply bring a donation to the food pantry with you when you go to view the gorgeous trees, and they'll reward you with raffle tickets for the prizes. It'll be the one time in your life you could trade ramen noodles for an Xbox.... ... See MoreSee Less
Governor appoints Gregory Lamb to the Eighth District Court
SALT LAKE CITY (Nov. 17, 2020) – Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed Gregory Lamb as a judge to fill a vacancy on the Eighth District Court bench.
“Gregory Lamb has proved himself a knowledgeable and experienced attorney, and I believe he will be a good judge,” said. Gov. Herbert. “I am confident he will serve those in the Eighth District with integrity, wisdom, and with a good heart.”
Lamb currently serves as county attorney for the Uintah County Attorney Office. He previously served as a special prosecutor for the Duchesne County Attorney's Office. For most of his career he served in a private practice, Stringham and Lamb Law Office, as an attorney at law. Lamb received a J.D. from the S.J. Quinney School of Law at the University of Utah. He also received his master’s degree in public policy and his undergraduate in political science and sociology from Brigham Young University.
"I thank Gov. Herbert for his trust and confidence in me,” Lamb said. “The appointment to serve in the Eighth District Court is a great privilege and responsibility and I will treat it as such. I am thrilled to serve my community in this capacity."
This appointment is subject to confirmation by the Utah Senate.