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Published June 11, 2002

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The water passes through five tanks in the treatment process.

Business Incubator Impact Discussed

The Emery County Municipal Building Authority met in their regularly scheduled meeting on June 4 at 2 p.m. Those present were Commissioners Ira Hatch and Drew Sitterud. Board members Dennis Nelson, Sharon Jensen and Randy Jensen were also present....

New Economic Development Director Eyes County Growth

Marlin Eldred officially started as the Economic Development Director on May 20. As the director his main goal and focus is on growing the economy in Emery County. He views economic growth in three ways. "The first is growth from within Emery Coun...

Residents Informed on Preserving Heirlooms During Roadshow

The preservation roadshow provided information on how to preserve family heirlooms.

Sing America Sing

Huntington Elementary students presented their closing program entitled, "Sing America Sing." They traced the settling of America from Columbus to present time with song and dance. The kindergarten classes began with songs telling of Columbus' journe...

Good Sam Club Pitches in

On May 18 and 19 thousands of members of the Good Sam Club, the largest RV club in the world pitched in to make the world a little bit cleaner. The Good Sam club sponsored a National Cleanup. Each year Good Sam Club members quietly clean up more than...

to be a Rodeo Queen

Over the Hill Gang District 12 Senior Riding Club held their first Rodeo Queen tryouts on June 1. There were more than 20 girls in attendance. Each girl was judged on horsemanship and personality. A score card was used giving points for each required...

Emery High Interns Share Their Knowledge

Student interns from Emery High shared their knowledge with students from Emery junior high schools.

Retirement Party

A retirement party was held for the four retiring employees at Castle Dale Elementary, Geniel Huntington, principal, Naoima Oman, secretary, Ann Jorgensen and Sarah Cook, teachers. Laughter and smiling were found on many faces at Castle Dale Elementa...

New Pastor Settles in at Ferron Baptist Church

Pastor Tim Lacock and family are settling into their new home in Ferron where he is the new Minister for the Ferron Independent Baptist Church located just off State Street on 100 North. Tim, Tammy, Tina, T.J., and Tyler will live in the apartment ab...

Sheriff's Office Responds to Numerous Rescue Calls

Emery County Sheriff Lamar Guymon said the sheriff's office was involved in many rescues over the weekend.

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