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Published September 24, 2002

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Melon Days

The annual Melon Days celebration was held on Sept. 20 and 21 in Green River City. Activities included Green River baseball, softball tournament, Miss Melon Days Pageant, square dancing in the park, games, parade, breakfast and a program in the park ...

Horse Canyon Mine study underway

Jack Hamilton, Gene Carr and David Patton from the University of Utah survey Horse Canyon along with Marlin Eldred from the Emery County Economic Development Council and Deb Dull from Utah Power....

Crime spree ends in murder

A crime spree which began in Orangeville on Sept. 13 ended in Kansas with two people dead and two people behind bars.

Gas prices remain constant despite Mideast tensions

Despite the concern over a possible conflict with Iraq, gasoline prices around the country remained stable this past month.

Business in Castle Dale prepares to expand

Healthaxis Imaging Services formerly known as Satellite Imaging Systems, has been operating a center in Castle Dale since October 1994. Recent conversations with company executives have indicated that the company is making preparations this fall to ...

Congressional candidate meets with county people

Members of the Emery County Search and Rescue came together with the Carbon County Search and Rescue and deputies from the Emery County Sheriff's Office on Aug. 24 for Life Flight training. The training was held at the new Emery Country Public Safet...

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