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Published October 22, 2002

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for the Love of Teaching

Local teacher honored for hard work and dedication to her students

Felon captured in Green River

On Oct. 10 at approximately 4:42 p.m., Sergeant Mitch Vetere of Emery County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a gas station in Green River to check on a man trying to sell guns to customers. Upon arrival, Sergeant Vetere found a man sitting on the ...

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Development council continues push to strengthen county's economy

Utah Power gives update to commissioners during meeting

The Emery County Commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 15 at 9 a.m. Those present were Commissioners Randy Johnson, Drew Sitterud and Ira Hatch. Two boy scouts were present who are working on merit badges and Hadan Hatch offe...

There's Always Tomorrow

Workshop helps provide information on suicide prevention

Society meeting focuses on history of sawmills in county

Dennis Nelson discusses sawmills at the historical society meeting.

4-H Season Ends with Flurry Of Activities

Emery County State Team. Intermediate State Qualifiers: Kelby Farnsworth, Cade Whittle, McKay Allred, Tawn Jewkes, Lacey Branson. Junior State Qualifiers: Meran Allred, Amy Allen, Jessee Jewkes, AnnDee Adams, Megan Allred. Senior State Qualifiers...

Emery Town Council discusses issues during meeting

Emery Town held their council meeting on Oct. 15 in the Town Hall. Mayor Williams called the meeting to order at 6 p.m. Those present were Ileen Baker, Mayor Michael J. Williams, Eric Anderson, Jon Sundstrom, and city clerk/recorder Judy Mortensen. T...

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