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Published December 4, 2001

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Winter Wonderland


After more than a week of cold temperatures and intermittent snow mother nature made ice sculptures of her own from what would seem normal surroundings. While the snow pack in the mountains is above normal for this time of the year, the season is jus...

Youth Pitch in to Take Chill Off Winter


Emery and Carbon Counties youth have combined to make sure county residents all have a warm coat to keep the winter chill away.

State to Close Abandoned Mines in Swell


The Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining's Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program has begun planning the closure of abandoned uranium mines in the San Rafael Swell, approximately 20 miles north of Hanksville. The Temple Mountain Project would close appr...

Power Pole Move Discussed During Meeting


The commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 20. Those present were Commissioners Randy Johnson, Ira Hatch and Drew Sitterud. Also in attendance were Sheriff Lamar Guymon, County Attorney Dave Blackwell and Carol Cox recorded th...

Youth Arrested for Burglary


Two Huntington juveniles were arrested Nov. 20 by members of the Emery County Sheriff's Office for burglary, damaging mail boxes and theft of mail.

Suspect Flees After Attempted Robbery


A would-be robber of the Woodside Gas Station fled the scene of the crime Nov. 20 after exchanging gunfire with the owner of the store.

Man Lifeflighted After Riding Accident


Members of the Emery County Sheriff's Office. the Emery County Jeep Posse and the emergency technicians from Huntington ambulance responded to the scene of a riding accident in the Bull Hollow area on Nov. 20....

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