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Published December 10, 2002

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Tis' the Season


Local Choir Entertains at Zion's Bank Lights On Ceremony

Governor Leavitt sends letter to the President


Governor Leavitt has responded to the recent defeat of the monument initiative by sending a letter to President Bush asking him to discontinue any monument planning process for the San Rafael Swell. The letter reads:...

Agency Receives Federal Dollars to Help Resolve Public Land Use Conflicts


Emery Water Conservancy District, headquartered in Castle Dale, is the recipient of a $369,600 federal matching grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce's Technology Opportunities Program (TOP). The grant funds a three-year project that will develo...

Commission Discusses Animal Control


The Emery County Commissioners met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. in the commission chambers. Those present were Commissioners Drew Sitterud, Ira Hatch and Randy Johnson. Also present was Sheriff Lamar Guymon. ...

Navajo Woman Shares "Grandmother's Memories"


Nancy Dunham, American Legion Auxillary president, Lucille Hunt, Navajo speaker, and Christine Monroe, Director Green River Community Center.

Green River Still Growing


At least two communities in Emery County have been settled outside of the Mormon "call to settle" influence; one is Green River and the other is Moore.

Ferron City Council sets meetings for 2003


Ferron City Council held its monthly meeting on Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. Those in attendance were Mayor Kent Larsen, councilmembers Gordon Bennett, Laurie Pitchforth, Jo Sansevero and Bryan Erickson. Also present were city recorder Brenda Bingham and city tr...

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