|Published November 26, 2002|
Carol Riddle Honored
Carol Riddle, Emery, is pictured here with Sylvia Nelson, Huntington, and Dixie Swasey, Castle Dale. Riddle is the American Legion Auxiliary Department President of the State of Utah for the current year. For her platform (fund raiser), she has chose...
Local Agency Turns 30 Years Old This Year
Happy Anniversary To Four Corners Community Behavioral Health, Inc.
Locks of Love
Heather Williams, Orangeville, grew her hair long for one reason. To donate to Locks of Love. Locks of Love is an organization that takes hair donations to make hair pieces for financially disadvantaged children who are suffering from hair loss due t...
Castle Dale City Council Meeting
Castle Dale City Council held its monthly meeting Nov. 13 at City Hall. Mayor Neal Peacock called the meeting to order at just after 7 p.m. Don Riddle, Emery, volunteered to open with prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance led by Mayor Peacock. ...
Santa's Helpers spent Saturday raising funds and gathering toys for children
High Speed Chase Leads to Arrest on I-70
A high speed chase on I-70 on Nov. 16 led to the arrest of two suspects. As Sergeant Gayle Jensen from the Emery County Sheriff's Office came off the west exit into Green River, he received a call from dispatch that there had just been a gas skip at ...
Emery County Commission discusses issues
The Emery County Commission met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 19 at 9 a.m. in the commission chambers. Those present were Commissioners Randy Johnson, Drew Sitterud, Ira Hatch and Emery County Sheriff Lamar Guymon and County Attorney D...
Utah Property Tax Revenues Increase, Other Sources of Revenue Remain Stable or Decrease
Statewide property tax revenues are expected to reach $1.61 billion in 2002, an increase of $65 million over 2001's revenues. This represents a 4.2 percent increase over the previous year's revenues and contrasts starkly with other sources of state a...
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