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Published December 28, 2004

Local News

Temple Mountain Troubles

Plans for improvements to the Temple Mountain area causes concern among county officials and ATV groups.

I Saw Kaitlen Kissing Santa Claus

Kaitlen Caldwell from Ferron plants a kiss on Santa's cheek.

Commission wraps up 2005 budget with public hearing

The Emery County Commission met in the final meeting of 2004. At the meeting, commissioners held two public hearings concerning the finances of Emery County.

New Director for Family Support and Children's Justice Center

Shelley Wright, left, is the new director at the center. The Day house parent on the right is Melissa Hales.

Planning to Ride Your OHV in Utah?

Officials with the Utah State Parks and Recreation remind all non resident off highway vehicle (OHV) operators, including snowmobilers, that they may need to register their machines in Utah before operating on public lands. ...

Part Ii: Looking Back at the Arts in the History Of the County

Welsh Choir, 1895, from Huntington and Cleveland won prizes for their singing. (Photo: Scofield, Utah)

Commission Meeting Schedule

The next Emery County Commission meeting will be held Jan. 4, 2005 at 4 p.m.

Huntington City Update

Mayor Jackie Wilson began the Huntington City Council meeting by announcing that she had been to the Council of Governments meeting and Emery County has adopted the 1997 codes for its building permits. All cities in Emery County have already accepted...

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