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Published June 8, 2004

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Heritage Days Rodeo


This bareback rider heads out of the chute.

Usa-all States Their Case at Meeting


Paul Mortensen, attorney for USA-All, on invitation from SouthEastern Utah Off Highway Vehicle Club, spoke in response to the lawsuit the organization has filed against Emery County. In a gathering at the Museum of the San Rafael, Mortensen explained...

Commission Hears Unemployment News


Delena Fish from the Castle Dale Workforce services reported to the Emery County Commission that unemployment in Emery County is still running between 10.2 and 10.5 percent. She said her office has been running with a decreased staff while one employ...

Clawson Town Discusses Water


During a recent Clawson Town Council meeting, a concerned resident told the council about some problems with water bills and water pressure in the town. The first concern was with the classification of billings. It was stated that the connection at t...

County Officials Speak Out on Travel Reimbursements


Two Emery County elected officials spoke out about the Emery County Travel Rules and Regulations at the commission meeting on June 1.

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