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Published November 23, 2004

Local News

Speak up or Shut up


Time is running out for comments on the BLM resource management plan

Castle Dale addresses safety concerns on city streets


Narrow streets in the cul-de-sac could lead to problems in an emergency.

Cleveland Town appoints new councilman to fill vacancy


Jim Jennings is sworn in as the new city councilman.

Chad Hymas visits area schools


Chad speaks with students at Cottonwood Elementary.

Castle Valley: Emery County Utah our towns, our deserts, our mountains


Jan Petersen, Shirley Spears, Kathleen Truman and Dottie Grimes, seated, pose with the new book which is available now at the museum.

Forgotten Patients


Christmas is a wonderful time of the year to spend with the ones you love and to enjoy the festivities and holiday cheer. Being away from home over the holidays can be a very difficult and lonely experience. Patients at the Utah State Hospital can en...

"A Gift Of Love" to Children at Primary Children's Medical Center


Brightly festooned trees, welcoming wreathes, magnificently decorated gingerbread houses and glittering d�cor will welcome and warm the hearts of many at this year's Festival of Trees. ...

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