|Published June 18, 2002|
Representatives from Washington D.C. are shown parts of the county that would fall within the heritage area.
Second Suspect Sentenced for Cattle Rustling
The second and final suspect in one of the state's largest cattle rustling cases was sentenced to prison May 21, by Grand County District Court Judge, Lyle R. Anderson. Chris Young of Gunnison was sentenced to from one-five years in prison, fined $92...
Forum Highlights New Safety Laws
AAA Utah is joining forces with the Utah Highway Patrol, the Utah Highway Safety Office and the Coalition for Utah Traffic Safety to host a series of informational forums on Utah's new traffic safety laws. ...
Fishing Regulations Changed for Some Emery County Lakes
Anglers who time it right should be in for some great summer fishing at four southeastern Utah waters where the Division of Wildlife Resources has liberalized limits.
New Office for Nielson Construction Completed
Management and office personnel for Nielson Construction recently moved into their new office in Huntington.
Emery Telcom Selects Winners Of Directory Cover Contest
Frankie Komar is presented her award by Emery Telcom board of directors, Randy Jensen, DeLynn Fielding, Paul Crawford, Morris Sorensen, Kendall Moretensen, Olive Anderson and Kathy Justice....
Price Man Injured in ATV Accident
A man was injured when an ATV he was operating rolled on top of him. According to Sergeant Les Wilberg the accident happened on the Great Western Trail about a half a mile north of Grassy Lake. It was late on Tuesday evening when the call came in. Se...
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