RBC | The Bureau of Land Management invites members of the public to the 2016 Jarvie Fest, a family friendly community event, to be held Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Daggett County’s Brown’s Park. The event is located on the historic property of old-time businessman John Jarvie. On the bank of the Green River, Jarvie’s general store was the heartbeat of the community and his dugout often served as a hiding place for some of the West’s most notorious outlaws, harboring infamous criminals such as Butch Cassidy. The property also includes Jarvie’s log home, an early post office where he served as the town’s postmaster, and a large stone building that accommodated his business ventures. Festival participants will have the opportunity to engage in some of the same crafts as those early pioneers, such as candle dipping, leather working and rope making. Musicians will provide a lively backdrop for horse rides, arts and crafts, and contests of skill. This is a celebration of pioneer history where guests can experience firsthand homestead life in the 1800s. For more information about the ranch or to download directions please visit: www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/ fo/vernal/recreation_/browns_park.html. For public hours of availability, please call 435-781-4400.
MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management has signed a final decision to offer 3,157 acres of federal coal reserves in Rio Blanco and Moffat counties in a future competitive coal lease sale.
RBC | The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) would like to remind citizens that the possession and use of fireworks on public land are strictly regulated according to Federal laws.