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Published October 12, 2004

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Are you Prepared to Survive


The bomb squad from Utah County displays their automated equipment used to defuse explosives.

Ferron Hosts Open House at New Fire Station


The Dalmation in the fire truck squirts visitors at the new station.

Economic Summit Part IV


This concludes a four part series on the economic summit and its speakers and workshops.

Public Hearing on Trt Tax Upcoming


Work on the Joe's Valley boat ramp will be finished soon.

Drew Sitterud Named to BLM Rac


Interior Secretary Gale Norton announced the appointments of new members to Utah's citizen-based Resource Advisory Council which advises the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on public land issues. ...

Apparent Kidnapping in Huntington


An apparent kidnapping took place in Huntington in the early morning hours of Oct. 3. At 2:20 a.m. two Emery County deputies were approached in the Hart's parking lot by three Huntington residents. The female subject, informed the deputy that her 17 ...

Accident on I-70, Brings Homeland Security and FBI to Emery County


A call came in at 6 a.m. on Oct. 6 to the Emery County Dispatch alerting them that an ambulance was needed at the Gas-n-Go in Green River. A male subject and three children were in need of medical assistance. Their vehicle wrecked on I-70 and they hi...

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