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Published February 11, 2003

Local News

BLM Travel Plan Released


The San Rafael Swell Route Designation Plan Hits the Streets

The Columbia over Utah


The Space shuttle Columbia in the skies above Utah.

County Reaction to Travel Plan


The long awaited release of the Bureau of Land Management's travel plan has met with mixed reactions in the county. Mark H. Williams from the Southeastern Utah OHV club said, "It is quite a blow to lose close to 468 miles of routes on the San Rafael ...

Emery Town Discusses Truck Traffic


The Emery Town Council held its regular monthly meeting in city hall on Jan. 21 at 6 p.m. Mayor Michael Williams opened the meeting. Councilmembers present were Glenys Sitterud, Ileen Baker, Jon Sundstrom and Eric Anderson. Judy Mortensen, city recor...

Emery High Trips the Light Fantastic


Emery High students travel throughout the county performing for local schools.

Buckhorn Archery Club - Right on Target


Ready, Aim, Release! Competitors line up for the first round of the Buckhorn Archery Club's first shoot.

Emery County Historical Society Welcomes Collector and Author


Steve Lacy, author and collector of Utah history.

Local Woman Takes Part in Discussion on World Events


Julie Christensen of Castle Dale.

Reflections Contest Winners


PTA Region 12 Carbon Council winners: photography; KiLee Tanner, Gabrielle Donlanwheeler and Tara Harvey, literature; KiLee Tanner, Cherokee Sartori and Stephanie Cha, visual arts; KiLee Tanner, Dylan Jarrett and Lance Deeter, music; Kindra Edwards...

Canyon View Junior High Top Cat Achievers


CVJH Top Cat Achievers, Zachary Clement, Camille Fehlberg and Patrick Fehlberg.

Emery County Piano Teachers Association Gives Honors


Participants in the Emery County Piano Teachers Association annual Honors Recital.

Recreation and Trails Projects


This spring, the Manti-La Sal National Forest, Ferron/Price Ranger District hopes to begin implementation of five recreation related projects. Several of the projects are expected to generate interest from both local and environmental communities. ...

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