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Published January 8, 2002

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Henderson Baby First to be Born in Emery County for 2002


The Henderson family of Castle Dale started off the new year with a brand new edition to their family as their daughter became the first Emery County baby to be born in 2002.

BLM Preparing Area Management Plan


The Price Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management will kick off a new planning effort in January which will revise its current resource management plan for areas managed by the BLM in Emery and Carbon counties....

Unemployment Climbs to 9.8%


Emery County's unemployment rate for December jumped to 9.8 percent from November's 8.9 percent, a steadily climbing unemployment pattern that is prevalent throughout the state. Carbon County listed a December unemployment rate of 6.8 percent, up fro...

Forest Services Looks to Enhance Local Watersheds


In an ongoing effort to enhance the Ferron and Joe's Valley watersheds, the Forest Service is proposing three actions to decrease the sediment in streams and reservoirs from areas where active erosion is taking place....

Ferron Man Dies in Auto Accident


A Ferron man was killed when his vehicle veered off the road and crashed on the morning of Dec. 28.

Service Providers Share Ideas During Interagency Meeting


The semimonthly Interagency meeting of resources providers was held on Jan. 4, at the Emery County Courthouse where service providers exchange information and glean new ideas. These meetings help to avoid overlapping of services and coordinate and s...

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