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Published February 26, 2002

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Resource Center Holds Open House

The Family Cancer Resource Center held its grand opening on Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m. The center is located at 55 West Main Street in Castle Dale in the Boyd's Pharmacy building. Jackie Ungerman, chamber of commerce president and Mike Nelson, chairman wer...

Planes Crashes near Emery

A four passenger 1978 Pyper Cherokee Lance airplane crashed near Emery on State Route 10. The plane carrying four passengers began experiencing engine problems on their way from Duchesne Airport. The plane was headed for Riverside, Calif. with a refu...

Council Vacancies Filled During Meeting

The Emery County Commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 19. Those present were Commissioners Ira Hatch, Randy Johnson and Drew Sitterud. County Attorney Dave Blackwell and Sheriff Lamar Guymon were also present....

Federal Grazing Fees Announced

The grazing fee for the 2002 grazing year on Western public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management will be $1.43 per animal unit month. The formula used for calculating the fee was established by Congress in the 1978 Public Rangelands Im...

Drug Court Gives Offenders Chance to Reclaim Their Lives

The Emery County Drug Court gives an opportunity for those facing drug related offenses a chance to get their lives back on track. After two years in operation, six people have graduated from the program and 15 more are currently enrolled....

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