|Published February 8, 2005|
The American Red Cross was recently in Orangeville collecting units of blood.
Clerk Funk swears in Judge Stream
Judge Steven L. Stream is sworn in by Clerk Bruce Funk.
Reflections Awards Night
The annual awards night for the PTA Reflections was held on Jan. 29 at the Museum of the San Rafael. Winners from Carbon and Emery County gathered to receive their awards. Winners participated in eight different categories including: photography, dan...
School Board meets at CVJH
Canyon View Junior High School Principal Larry Davis welcomed the school district to the school for their monthly meeting. "It is a great pleasure and honor to host this meeting at our school every year," said Davis....
A Decade Of Service
Public Lands Council Director Dennis Worwood retires from council
Wild turkeys in Emery County
This hen turkey is fitted with a radio transmitter which allows the DWR to track her movement.
Community Theatre to present Shenandoah
Lance Wright plays the part of Charlie Anderson, a Virginia farmer in Shenandoah.
Public hearing on addressing in county
The county has been working on developing a uniform system for street addressing. On Feb. 1 a public hearing was held to gather input on the system. Jeff Guymon from the Information Technology Department has been working on the new system for two yea...
Marijuana found in traffic stops
Two traffic stops along I-70 on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28 netted approximately 65 pounds of marijuana in two separate unrelated stops.
Huntington Elementary PTA will present the annual Valentine's Carnival on Feb. 11 from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Huntington Elementary gymnasium. Games, food, RJ the Clown, cake walk, football toss, bake sale, fortune teller, fish pond, treasure hunt, coin ...
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