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Published January 29, 2002

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Lands Council Proposes San Rafael Monument

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Emery County Progress is interested in knowing what you think about the proposed San Rafael National Monument. Let your voice be heard by participating in our poll on this website or submitting a letter to the editor. You may mail ...

Public Opinion on Monument Proposal Varies


New BLM Director Attends Conference

Newly confirmed Bureau of Land Management director, Kathleen Clarke spoke at the Rangeland and Livestock Conference on Jan. 21 in St. George. The conference was sponsored by the Utah Farm Bureau Federation and Utah State University Extension....

Conference Focuses on Rangeland Challenges

A Rangeland and Livestock Conference sponsored by the Utah Farm Bureau Federation and Utah State University Extension presented "New Challenges on Utah Rangelands" on Jan. 21 and 22 in St. George....

New Art Exhibit Discussed During Historical Society Meeting

The monthly general meeting of the Emery County Historical Society was held on Jan. 24, at the Museum of the San Rafael. Members and their guests were welcomed and the meeting was conducted by President JoAnn Taylor, who called everyone's attention t...

Huntington Fire Chief Selected As Community MVP

Garth Childs, chief of the Huntington Volunteer Fire Department for more than 25 years, has been selected as the Utah Power/Utah Jazz Community Most Valuable Person for the month of January 2002....

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