Rural Life Stories

Big Stories. Small Towns.

Introducing Rural Life Stories; stories that highlight our exceptional employees and the work we are doing with you in the community. These stories, posted in the monthly newsletter, will be available here whenever you'd like to read them!

A small system was dealing with some serious water quality issues when they reached out to Rural Water Association of Utah (RWAU) Circuit...

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As a Wastewater Technician for the Rural Water Association of Utah (RWAU), Phil Harold has the unique opportunity to work in the field with...

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All community water systems are required to have a certified operator. So when the Rural Water Association of Utah (RWAU) got wind of a system that...

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Weber Basin Job Corps (WBJC) is a Department of Labor Career Technical Training Program. The facility is administered through the US Forest...

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When we think of addressing aging infrastructure problems it is usually a project to repair or replace that comes to mind. At times, other...

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It’s certainly no secret that the State of Utah is in a drought! This winter may have brought a great snowpack and moisture, but we are...

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One of life’s constants - expenses tend to increase over time. If revenue doesn’t keep pace with these increases, spending...

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January 8 2019, 18 days into the longest government shutdown in American history. Although city and state budgets have not been affected by...

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Employees at the town of Oakley’s drinking water facility decided to reach out for support when their monthly bacteriological sample...

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Trash and other debris created a unique problem in the lagoon in Gunnison City. Where did all of this debris come from? Well, a large...

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