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Published October 5, 2004

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Moving History


Old Post Office from Muddy Creek will find new home at This is the Place Heritage Park

Part Iii: Economic Summit


Bob King, vice president of Interwest Mining speaks at the economic summit.

Commission discusses Ideas for County Fair


The Orangeville Youth Council approached the county commissioners about using the old jail for a haunted house-spook alley for Halloween. The commissioners said the building is currently being used for storage and would not be suitable....

Emery County Domestic Violence Coalition Sponsors Annual Program in the Park for Awareness Month


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is not limited to physical violence. It takes on many forms, including physical, emotional, sexual, verbal and psychological abuse by an intimate partner. ...

Habitat for Humanity Celebrates Second Emery County House


Rebecca Norris and her family, along with Habitat for Humanity President Katherine Foster.

Are You Prepared to Survive?


Emergency Preparedness Fair, Oct. 8, 5-8 p.m. in the Spartan Center at Emery High.

Elmo Hears from Candidate for Office


During the regular council meeting at Elmo Town on Sept. 28, no business was conducted by the town, but candidate for commissioner Gary Petty was on had to address and inform the council of his run for Emery County Commissioner....

Emergency Preparedness Fair Speakers


6:30 p.m. Sgt. Martin Wilson, CERT

Emergency Preparedness Fair Booths


Emery County Domestic Violence

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