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Published January 7, 2003

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Survival Tools for Today's Ranch

Part I: Innovative Ideas for Ranching in the 21st Century

2003 New Years Baby

Sydney Grace Alton made her appearance at the Castleview Hospital Jan. 2 at 8:48 a.m. Casey and Heather Alton are the proud parents of the Emery County New Years Baby for the year 2003. Sydney weighed in at 7 lbs. 3oz. and was 20 inches long. ...

Emery County 2003 Budget

The Emery County Budget for the year 2003 was approved at the Dec. 17, 2002 commission meeting. Revenues and various expenditures are listed below:

North Emery Water Users Discuss Projects

The regular monthly meeting of the North Emery Water Users Special Service District was held Jan. 2 at their office in Cleveland at 7 p.m. Chairman Randy Bell called the meeting to order. Board members present were Bill Coyne, Jack Stoyanoff, Mike Mc...

Fire in Ferron Destroys Shop

A New Year's Day fire in Ferron destroyed a large shop building owned by Don Conover. According to Sergeant Jeff Thomas several calls were received by dispatch at the Emery County Sheriff's Office beginning at 1:36 a.m. ...

Youth Council helps Santa

Cleveland/Elmo Youth Council members help Santa bring Christmas to local kids.

Bookworm's Corner

Most people know that the libraries in Emery County have free public internet access, but did you know that the Emery County Library is online? Well it is! You can find our homepage at Here you will find information about...

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