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Published December 11, 2001

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Business Down for Some Merchants


The average American plans to spend 37 percent less on holiday gifts this year, according to a recent survey. The average holiday shopper will spend $773, down from $1,220 last year. Forty-four percent plan to spend under $500....

Bell Pleads Guilty Of Charges


Jim Bell, the Salt Lake County undersheriff, pled guilty on Dec. 4 to two Class A Misdemeanor counts of Attempted Wanton Destruction of Protected Wildlife and Attempted Obstruction of Justice....

Fishing Rules to be Discussed


Anglers who fish at Joes Valley Reservoir are encouraged to attend a public meeting in Price on Dec. 13. The purpose of the meeting is to receive input on proposed changes in fishing regulations at the reservoir. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. ...

Emery County: Looking Back


Editor's Note: Emery County's long and varied history is the source of fierce pride for many and as the county and its people look forward to what may seem like an uncertain future, it is perhaps appropriate to look back at where we have been. In the...

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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