|Published September 10, 2002|
The rain could not dampen the spirits of those along the parade route in Ferron on Saturday for the annual Peach Days celebration. With the return of the sun, the children played games in the park and the fish pond was a popular place....
Water season ends
Conservation helps county survive dry year
Commissioners discuss county issues during regular meeting
The Emery County Commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. in the commission chambers. Those present were Commissioners Drew Sitterud, Ira Hatch and Randy Johnson. Also present was Sheriff Lamar Guymon and County Att...
CIB Grant Requested to Study Electric Lake's Water Loss
The Emery County Municipal Building Authority met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 3 at 2 p.m. in the commission chambers. Those present were Commissioners Randy Johnson, Drew Sitterud and Ira Hatch. Randy Jensen, board member was also p...
Evidence of Canada Lynx found in Joe's Valley area
The forest service reports that evidence of a Canada Lynx like the one above has been found near Joe's Valley.
At Home in the Park
Dan Richards, the new park manager at Huntington, Millsite and Scofield State Parks, looks forward to the challenges ahead.
The Green River Community Center hosted a spaghetti dinner for the bikers for Habitat for Humanity recently. The group passed through Green River on their trip through the United States volunteering at Habitat houses across the nation and raising fun...
Coal Trailer Tips over on SR-10
A KFJ coal truck was involved in a mishap while traveling southbound on SR-10 on Sept. 4 at approximately 8:50 p.m. The truck driver tried to miss a deer and tipped over his rear trailer spilling coal on the roadway. The trailer came completely unhoo...
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