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Published July 20, 2004

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Ride 'em Cowboy


This bull catches a little air as he tries to get rid of his rider.

Miss Emery County 2004


Miss Emery County, Tawni Bigelow and her first attendant, Allison Wells.

Unveiling the Secret


Part III of a Series on the Wilcox Acquisition in Range Creek

Drug Task Force has a Good Year


The Emery County Drug Task Force has been in existence for approximately 15 years. This last year, the task force has been working with the adult probation and parole. With only one full-time deputy and aided by the rest of the Emery County Sheriff's...

Orangeville City Receives Report


Rue Ware gave his report concerning the Memorial Day activities at the city cemetery to the council at a recent council meeting. Mayor Thayne Cox welcomed Ware to the meeting and expressed his appreciation to him for handling the holiday planning so ...

Run Across America


An international race jogged right through Emery County on June 29. The race is called Run Across America 2004. "This race is the hardest foot race in the world" said Alan Hath, race director. The race started in Huntington Beach, Calif. On June 12 a...

Trustees Perform Community Service


Trustees from the Emery County Sheriff's Office have been performing community service behind the scenes of the county. They recently helped put up the booths and awnings at the Heritage Days celebration in Huntington. They also helped put up awnings...

Emery School District: College in High School a Real Bargain


The senior year for many students is often viewed as relax time. Students work hard to get through their junior year, since that is when they are assessing college options. When they reach their senior year they have few credits left to finish. Many ...

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