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Published November 16, 2004

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Veteran's Day: New plaque unveiled in Emery park

Merlin Christiansen salutes the American Flag at the ceremony in Emery.

Emery County Schools Make the Grade

Emery High is one of the county schools meeting adequate yearly progress based on a complex set of measurements.

Ferron City discusses golf course direction

Millsite Golf Course in Ferron Canyon.

Timber harvest stalls again on Manti

Mesia Nyman from the forest service updated the Emery County Public Lands Council on the status of the South Manti timber sale. She said the Utah Environmental Congress has filed a lawsuit against the Dixie, Manti-LaSal, Wasatch-Cache and the Uinta N...

can you solve this Emery County Archives Mystery?

This photograph, taken by Dave Nordell and donated to the Archives by Rex Funk, was taken somewhere in Emery County, possibly around the Ferron/Molen area. If you can answer any of the questions: who? what? when? where?, please call Shirley at the ...

Cyrano de Bergerac is coming to the Emery High stage

The Emery High Drama department will present the play Cyrano de Bergerac on Nov. 18, 19 and 20 in the Emery High auditorium beginning at 7 p.m.

Castle Dale Student Honored: Zions Bank encourages high school seniors to apply for 2005 Founders Scholarships

Zions Bank's Price branch manager Erroll Holt presents a commemorative plaque to this year's CEU Founders Scholarship winner, Kerri Rogers, joined by Brad King, CEU Vice President....

Early Deadlines

The Emery County Progress will have early deadlines for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

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