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Published July 6, 2004

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Elmo Town discusses legal issues


At the recent Elmo Town council meeting, legal issues took centerstage. The first item was to hear from Brock Johansen, a law clerk at the firm of Robinson, Seiler and Glazier in Utah County. Johansen informed the council of his background saying tha...

Bid Approved for County Building Renovations


At a recent Municipal Building Authority meeting held in commission chambers, the Emery County Commissioners, who sit on the MBA board, opened bids for the renovation of the county building. During this phase of the renovation, electrical work and ca...

Huntington City Sets Water and Sewer Rates


Huntington City held a special public hearing and special meeting to discuss and possibly adopt the water and sewer rate structure. When Mayor Jackie Wilson opened the meeting, the first item was to clarify and amend the May 27 meeting minutes. The c...

Cw Mining Responds to Settlement


Charles Reynolds, manager from the CW Mining Company said that company officials have signed the settlement agreement the National Labor Relations Board proposed to the mining company and the United Mine Workers. ...

Striking Co-op Miners Receive Hope


In a major breakthrough for the United Mine Workers of America organizing battle at the Co-Op mine in Huntington, the UMWA has received a draft settlement from the National Labor Relations Board that orders C.W. Mining Co. to reinstate all of the 75 ...

Emery County Students Receive Scholarships from Southern Utah University


Fourteen graduating seniors from Emery County schools, received scholarships to attend Southern Utah University. Those students are: Christopher Ouzts, Nicole Sanders, Jake Frandsen, Amber Nielsen, Heidi Mecham, Tyrell Jewkes, Sarah Coomer, Scott Gor...

Usa-all Drops Law Suit


USA-All recently announced that the lawsuit it had filed against Emery County on May 3, has been withdrawn. The group has since been convinced that Emery County officials have been acting appropriately as far as the RS-2477 road issues are concerned....

Former Orangeville Author Hosts Book Signing


JoAnn Arnold, former resident of Emery County is hosting a book signing for her newest book Miracles for Michael, on June 26. JoAnn will be at the pharmacy/public health building, 25 West Main, in Castle Dale, to sign copies of her latest work. ...

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