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Published August 6, 2002

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Castle Valley Pageant


Pageant visitors learned about the forgotten art of blacksmithing.

New courts building


The state courts building is under construction on the site of the new Emery County Public Safety Complex. The building will house the state courts system. With the construction of this facility, inmates will no longer have to be transported to the c...

Monument process to begin


Members of the state and county government and the state direcor of the Bureau of Land Management will hold a special public meeting in Emery County on Aug. 8 to begin the public information process on the concept of establishing a San Rafael Swell N...

Management changes impact fishing at Duck Fork Reservoir


Anglers visiting Duck Fork Reservoir recently have noted two major changes. First, the reservoir is in the process of draining. It is about half drained and should reach its dead storage volume of about 80-acre feet within another two to four weeks...

Cleveland resident donates her hair to Locks of Love


Cleveland resident, Judi Bishop has a lot of hair and she has been very generous with her hair over the years. She is having her hair cut for the sixth time to donate. She said, "You have to have at least 10 inches of hair to donate to Locks of Love....

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