Volunteers with Duchesne County Search and Rescue were recognized this month for their dedicated service to the community. In 2022, the organization was called for service in 13 searches for a total of 197 hours with an additional 270 hours of training. Sheriff Travis Tucker gave out appreciation awards and service awards. Among the long term recipients, Henry Remond was recognized for 35 years of service, Kent Brown was recognized for 30 years of service, and Jason Bleazard was recognized for 20 years of service. “Search and Rescue is not an easy undertaking,” shares the announcement. “Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office appreciates and supports these men for what they do and stand for. Thank you for taking the time away from your family to help others. This is what they call the true meaning of ‘love for your community’.” All members of the Search and Rescue team are there on a volunteer basis.