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Published September 1, 2015

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Millsite Reservoir dam project moving forward

It's a project that's been talked about for many years and now it looks like it's a go. The project to raise the Millsite Dam four feet ?and rehabilitate the dam to meet current dam safety standards is in the design phase. The funding for the project...

"Cassius" Clay Collard fights in Vegas on Saturday

Emery County's own, "Cassius" Clay Collard is on the road to Las Vegas for one of his biggest fights to date. He will fight on Sept. 5 at the MGM Grand. He has joined the UFC and will fight at 145 pounds....

Commission holds annual Green River meeting

The Emery County commission met in Green River for their annual meeting on Aug. 25. They approved the Title V right-of-way grants on BLM roads as follows: Last Chance, Buckhorn Wash Realignment and Hadden Wash....

Grants for Growing program

Tractor Supply Company is excited to kick off its recently-announced "Grants for Growing" program that will provide funding opportunities for local FFA chapters that want to make their communities a better place to live. In addition to funds donated...

A Brush with Kindness: Doris Randolph

Many of the stairs off of Doris Randolph's back porch were taller than normal, proving difficult for Doris to reach her garden and driveway safely. Through A Brush with Kindness, Habitat for Humanity of Castle Country was able to help Doris by replac...

USFS opens trails Hunt. cyn

The Forest Service has issued a new order for Huntington Canyon that opens areas that have been closed since the Seeley Fire of 2012. All trails in the canyon except Bob Wright and Pole Canyon trails have been opened. The campground at the Forks of H...

Ferron readies town for Peach Days celebration

Ferron City Council discussed their annual Peach Days celebration at the August council meeting.

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