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Published May 28, 2002

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Emery High School held their graduation commencement exercises on May 23 at 7 p.m. at the Spartan Center. Conducting the pledge of allegiance was Brindi Bowden. Allison Wells sang, "One Great Nation." Following the song, Brindi Bowden, senior class ...



New Trail Map Opens Doors for OHV Users


Bill Broadbear from the forest service was on hand at the Emery County Public Lands Council meeting on May 14 with an update on the Arapeen Trail system. He reported that the maps have been printed and are now available at the forest service offices ...

Miss and Junior Miss Orangeville


Miss and Junior Miss Orangeville was held on May 28. The girls shared their talents and personalities with everyone that night. The girls coming away with the Miss Orangeville titles were; Kira Humphrey, 2nd attendant; Cadence Tuttle, Miss Orangevill...

Weber State Donates Pickup to Emery Automotive Class


Emery High auto students with the Toyota pickup which was donated to the school.

Castle Dale Council Focuses on Budget Concerns


Castle Dale City Council met in a regular meeting on May 28 at the Castle Dale City Hall. Those council members present were: Dan Whiteleather, Jack Rogers, Brad Giles, Doug Weaver, Lamont Gordon and Neal Peacock, mayor....

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