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Published December 17, 2002

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What's Next for the Swell?

After the recent election when Emery County voters placed their votes against the beginning of a monument proposal for the San Rafael Swell, management will continue under the Bureau of Land Management's resource management plan. This plan is current...

Watershed/Range Improvement

In April of 1992 an Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact was rendered providing for mechanical and vegetative treatments to improve watershed conditions in Huntington Canyon. Open areas of undesirable vegetation received a co...

Rural Alliance Meeting

Mark H. Williams of the Southeastern Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Club along with the Castle Country Rural Alliance held a strategic planning meeting for their concerns for the San Rafael Swell on Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. at the Museum of the San Rafael. The me...

"Sister to Sister" Tree

Orangeville ladies submitted this tree to the Festival of Trees in honor of Toni Oliverson, a breast cancer survivor. The tree auctioned for $3,300.

Wakefield Fifth Generation

Seated: Adeline Wakefield Starr; Standing from left to right: Azure Davis, Gregg Wakefield, Jordan Wakefield, Camdin Davis

Emery County Chorus Concert

The combined choir includes the Concert choir, A Capella Choir, San Rafael Choir and Canyon View Choir.

"Cowboy Poetry from the San Rafael" Project

Those working on the cowboy poetry book included: Kathleen Truman, Janet Petersen, Kent Petersen, Dottie Grimes and Shirley Spears. They are seen with the new books and the San Rafael Heritage Afghan which is also a heritage project....

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