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Published February 18, 2003

Local News

Winter in the Desert


Across the state, moisture levels are at a threatening low

Emery County Commission Elects New Chairman for 2003


The Price National Guard Unit of the 1457th engineer Combat Battalion gathered Tuesday evening for a group picture as plans are finalized for their deployment to Fort Lewis in Washington. Pictured above, from the left beginning on the top include S...

School Board Meets at Cottonwood


Emery County School Board met in their regular meeting at Cottonwood Elementary on Feb. 5. Board member in attendance were Laurel Johansen, Sam Singleton, Marie Johnson and Royd Hatt. Superintendent Kirk Sitterud and Business Administrator Ross Hunti...

Commission Discusses Lands Council


The Emery County Commission met in their regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 4 at 4 p.m. Those present were Commissioners Drew Sitterud, Ira Hatch and Gary Kofford. Sheriff Lamar Guymon and County Attorney Dave Blackwell with his job shadow for the d...

Uss Indianapolis Survivor Visits San Rafael Junior High


War Veteran Woody James speaks at San Rafael Jr. High.

Green River City Council Meets


The Green River City council met on Feb. 11 in their regularly scheduled meeting. Mayor Glen Dale Johnson opened the meeting with an invitation to citizens to voice any concerns. Mindy Cassingham expressed her concern that the visitor center at the ...

ATV Update


Southeastern Utah Off Highway Vehicle Club is not in agreement with the BLMs new travel plan, but they are continuing to educate the public about the laws, including safety while riding and encouraging enthusiasts to know the laws and obey them. The ...

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