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Published March 12, 2002

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A Long Dry Winter has Emery County Bracing for a Longer, Dryer Summer


So far this winter Mother Nature seems determined to remind everyone, just in case they forgot, that we live in a desert. A long dry winter has a great deal of hope resting on March being an unusually wet month, but with the month almost half over, t...

Council Plans Meetings on Proposed Monument


The Emery County Public Lands Council plans to hold the first in a series of public meetings on the proposed San Rafael Swell National Monument beginning later this month.

Ferron Holds Public Hearing to Consider New Fire Station


The Ferron City Council held a public hearing prior to its regular city council meeting on March 6 to hear comments on a proposal to transfer money from its water enterprise fund to the general fund to purchase property and pay architect fees for a n...

Candidates File for Public Office Positions


Emery County voters will decide the direction of local government in this year's general election, with virtually every elected position in the county to be voted on. The filing period for candidates wishing to run for office opened March 7 and will ...

Construction Of Public Safety Complex on Schedule


The Municipal Building Authority of Emery County met in their regularly scheduled meeting on March 5 at 2 p.m. The first item on the agenda was the update on the public safety complex. ...

Commissioners Discuss Range Of Topics During Meeting


The Emery County Commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on March 5 at 4 p.m. Those present were Commissioners Randy Johnson, Drew Sitterud and Ira Hatch. County Attorney Dave Blackwell and Sheriff Lamar Guymon were present as well. ...

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