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Published September 3, 2002

Local News

Let's Get Technical


A technical workshop in Price begins what is termed the historic partnership to map out a future for the San Rafael Swell

Tax increase proposal shot down


Green River says no to property tax increase after public hearing

Ferron City overcomes water scare


At the Ferron City Council meeting on Aug. 21, the council along with the Castle Valley Special Service District issued a boil order for the drinking water of all residents in Ferron. The order has since been lifted and the water in Ferron is safe t...

Traffic stop leads to drug bust


On Aug. 19 an investigation by the Emery County Sheriff's Office Drug Task Force led to the arrest of suspects wanted on a no-bail warrant.

Congressman Jim Matheson visits county


Congressman Jim Matheson (right) visits with David Hinkins and Greg Killpack during Emery Telcom's Customer Appreciation Barbeque.

Castle Dale Firefighters Ready to Serve


Five firefighters from Castle Dale Volunteer Fire Department recently received their Fire Fighter 1 certification. To achieve this they attended four months of classroom and hands on training including such skills as flashover, search and rescue, li...

Green River Community Center


On Aug. 17, the Green River Community Center hosted a back to school party for the children of Green River. The center gave the children tablets, pencils, markers, and many other items they would need for school. A spokesman from the center reporte...

Just in Case


Dr. Glen Jensen of Emery Animal Health vaccinates a horse against the West Niles Virus. While the West Niles Virus has not been found in Utah many local horse owners have chosen to vaccinate their horses just in case. In the past couple of years the ...

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