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Published March 9, 2004

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Alco is Coming


New Variety Store to Open in Castle Dale

Emery County Leads State in Unemployment


Emery County is at the top of the list, the unemployment list that is. The county has the highest rate of unemployment for the state and it hovers between 10-11 percent. Delena Fish from the Department of Workforce Services gave the Emery County Comm...

Huntington Elementary Updates School Board


Principal Tom Baltzer of Huntington Elementary welcomed the Emery County School Board to the school for their monthly meeting on March 3. Baltzer began with a run down of the school programs and activities. He mentioned that Wendy Hodson, a teacher a...

Hiker Spends Cold Night in Huntington Canyon


Ken Eley and Randy Lake of the search and rescue wait at the bottom for word from the helicopter.

Public Land Management Taking a Look at Flpma Part II


BLM land on the Swell at Eagle Arch.

Emery County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner


There were wall to wall Republicans at the Museum of the San Rafael Feb. 28, each anxious to discuss issues with the candidates for governor, Congress and the county commission. ...

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