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Published September 17, 2002

Local News


After suffering through a long, dry summer, Emery deals with too much water all at once

Water study

CIB approves emergency grant to study Skyline Mine water problem

Lands council briefed on water worries

The Emery County Public Lands Council met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 10. Those present were Chairman Dennis Worwood, Wes Curtis, Craig Johansen, Kirk Johansen, Tom Roush, Vernell Rowley, Dickson Huntington and Commissioners Ira Hat...

Life as a Queen

Barbara Burke enjoys experience as Miss Utah State Fair Queen

Congressional candidate meets with county people

Candidate John Swallow (center) meets with supporters during a brief stop in Emery County last week.

Emery County Care Hosts Fair

The Emery County Care and Rehab Center in Ferron held a craft and bake sale during Peach Days. They also held a raffle to raise funds for the garden they are planning for center residents. A lunch was served to visitors and the crowd was entertained ...

Orangeville City Council discusses range of issues during meeting

The Orangeville City Council held its monthly meeting on Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Orangeville City Hall. Mayor Thayne Cox presided and welcomed all present to the meeting. After the Pledge of Allegiance and the prayer, the first agenda item was the ...

Castle Dale City Council gathers for regular meeting

The Castle Dale City Council met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. Mayor Neal Peacock called the meeting to order and the prayer was given by Gwen Peacock. Mayor Peacock lead the group in a minute of silence in remembrance of...

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