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Published September 2, 2014

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Melon tasting time in Green River

It's time for Green River melons. The melons came into season about the middle of July and will continue strong until the plants are frozen.

County receives go ahead for lower debris basin in Huntington Canyon

The Emery County Board of Commissioners including: Jeff Horrocks, James R. Nelson and Ethan Migliori met in the only commission meeting of the year held in Green River.

Part One: Creating economic opportunity in Emery County The beginning of a trails system in Green River

This begins a three part series on economic opportunity in Green River and surrounding areas and the efforts taking place to advance economic development.

Clawson to receive grant for renovation of town hall

The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board suspended the rules of their regularly scheduled project review meeting held on Aug. 7 to vote on and approve a funding request from the Town of Clawson....

Huntington City appoints new fire chief

Huntington City hired Jim Gordon at the August City Council meeting to become the next fire department chief in the city. Councilman Jerry Livingston led the hiring committee that included fellow councilperson Gloria Wilson, current fire chief Pete A...

Emery District receives trustlands monies for 2014-15

Elementary, junior highs and high schools in the Emery School District received $217,773 in School Land Trust funds for the 2014-2015 school year, at no cost to taxpayers. The School Land Trust Office of the Utah Board of Education distributed the di...

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