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Published August 20, 2002

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Temple Mountain Project

Workers build a wall out of block to restrict access to the mine.

Input Sought on SR-10 Plans

The Utah Department of Transportation plans to widen State Route 10 from Huntington to Poison Springs Bench and is seeking public input on the project.

State aims to extinguish decades old mine fire

A more than 55 year-old coal mine fire has been targeted for extinction. The Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining's Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program has begun plans to extinguish the MacLean underground coal mine fire. The mine is located about f...

Lands council discusses issues

The Emery County Public Lands Council met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Aug. 13 at 10 a.m. Those present were Craig Johansen, Kirk Johansen, Wes Curtis, Vernell Rowley, Dickson Huntington, Tom Roush and Commissioners Ira Hatch and Drew Sitt...

Eastern Utah Surgical Center breaks ground

Left to right: Price Mayor Joe Piccolo, Karen Mills, Chamber of Commerce; Doug Watts, Watts Construction; Lyn Hansen, Jeff Hansen, project owners; Greg Mathis, MRW Design; Bart Hansen, Zions Bank; and children join in breaking ground for the Easter...

PacifiCorp representatives discuss the future

Matthew Wright, executive vice president of power delivery for PacifiCorp, recently spoke with county and city officials.


A benefit was held for Rocky Olsen on Saturday at the Huntington Park. A dinner, raffle and country hoedown was held to raise needed funds for the leukemia patient.

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