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Published January 13, 2004

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Frosty Fog


Dense Fog in the Valley Freezes to Trees

Emery School District receives High Marks


The Emery County School District received high marks for their financial statements. Kimball and Roberts, certified public accountants recently completed their independent audit of the school district....

Commission Begins New Year of Service


The first county commission meeting of the 2004 year was held on Jan. 6. in the commission chambers at the courthouse. Emery County Commissioner Ira Hatch began by nominating Commissioner Drew Sitterud to again be the chairman of the commission. ...

Orangeville to Start Youth Firefighter Program


At the Orangeville City Council meeting on Jan. 8, Fire Chief Tracy Addley informed the council that he would like to start up a new program for 16 and 17 year olds. The Junior Firefighters would train alongside firefighters to learn what it is they ...

Castle Dale City Swears in New Officers


Two new council members joined the Castle Dale City council on Jan. 8. Joel Dorsch and Kollette Cologie were sworn in as well as, Brad Giles, who is serving another term. Mayor Neal Peacock gave the council members their assignments, Dorsch will be ...

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