|Published October 15, 2002|
A Town Divided
Green River City, finally united in one county finds itself divided again, this time by bridge work
Wilberg Wash Construction
Crews from Nielson Construction lay down asphalt in the Wilberg Wash area of State Route 10. The Utah Department of Transportation project to create passing lanes in the area is nearing completion and construction crews will remove the deck of the br...
Monument concept discussed by council
The Emery County Public Lands Council met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 8. Members present were Vernell Rowley, Kirk Johansen, Joe Fielder, Craig Johansen, Chairman Dennis Worwood, Dickson Huntington, Wes Curtis and Commissioners Ira H...
The One that didn't Get Away
Jesse Peterson of Huntington was proud of this 25 and one half inch long German Brown trout. The trout weighed in at 7 pounds. It was caught last week at one of Jesse's favorite fishing holes, the location of which he would not divulge....
Domestic violence coalition members take part in statewide conference
Shirley Coyne, Paula Wellnitz, and Debbie Warrington attended the conference at Snowbird.
Ferron City Council discusses range of topics during meeting
Ferron City Council members opened the Oct. 2 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance at 7 p.m. in the Ferron City Hall. Those present were Mayor Kent Larsen, Councilmembers Bryan Erikson, Jo Sansevero, and Laurie Pitchforth, City Treasurer Adele Justi...
Smart Site development continues in county
Emery Telcom and the Utah Department of Community and Economic Development continue to work together to build opportunities for Emery County through the Smart Site program. On Oct. 1, Emery Telcom was awarded a contract through the DCED to conduct c...
County Horse 4-H Members Ride to State Competition
The Utah State Two-Handed and Individual Shows were held on Sept. 19, 20, and 21, in Farmington, at the Legacy Center.
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