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Published May 20, 2003

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Improving the Shortcut


A Segment of the South Moore Cutoff Road will soon be out for Bid

Orangeville City Donates to Two Organizations


At the Orangeville City meeting held on May 8, the city council donated $100 to two organizations. The first group was the Emery High School History Fair students. The students involved in the history fair are Michael Reed, Curt Jensen, Spencer Colby...

Castle Dale City Discusses the Safety of Children in Areas of Concern


During the May council meeting two items concerning the city's children were discussed the first of which was safety. There is a piece of private commercial property which must be accessed behind some residences. A concerned mother addressed the coun...

Journey to the Secret Garden


This lush green garden exists in the middle of Emery County's desert.

Bid Awarded for Storage Building


Future site of a metal storage building which will house the equipment for the sheriff's office as well as storage for the jail facility. This building will keep equipment from the weather and increase its availability to the sheriff's office....

Elk Poached-Reward


The Division of Wildlife Resources is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for illegally taking a bull elk on Danish Bench by the Huntington Power Plant in central Utah....

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