|Published July 9, 2002|
Drought Causes State to Enter New Fire Restrictions in an Effort to Prevent Blazes in Brittle Forests
Extremely dry conditions have forced new fire restrictions for the Manti-La Sal.
County Plans Monument Meetings
The monument issue will be put on the Nov. 5 ballot. Between now and then the Emery County Commission will participate in informational meetings as well as provide information for a voter information booklet to be sent to all voters prior to the elec...
Ferron City Council Appoints New Mayor
Ferron City met in their regularly scheduled council meeting on July 3 at 7 p.m. Those present were council members Phillip Jensen, Gordon Bennett, Kent Larsen, Laurie Pitchforth and Bryan Erickson. Also Brenda Bingham, city recorder was on hand to r...
Firefighters Battle Rattle Complex Blaze
Firefighters continue to battle a blaze which has scorched approximately 74,500 acres 20 miles northeast of Green River.
Museum Plans Reception to Celebrate Mural
For the past year the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale has been the center of artistic creativity as work has been underway to create a colorful new exhibit.
Heritage Tourism Conference Set for July 25-26
A conference on heritage tourism in Emery County will be held on July 25-26 at Emery High School.
New FFA Officers Installed During Banquet
New Officers, left to right, Kortnie Anderson, Pennie Christiansen, Cierra Jones, Jessie Bennett, Hannah Anderson, Audra Brasher and Kyla Peacock. (not pictured Steven Jensen)...
Old Mill Dup
New officers for the Old Mill Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Camp of Ferron.
Huntington Council Discusses Abandoned Buildings During Meeting
The Huntington City Council met in their regularly scheduled meeting on June 19 at 6:30 p.m. Mayor Jackie Wilson and council members Paul Cowley, Hilary Gordon and Mark Justice were present....
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