|Published February 15, 2005|
Going, going, gone
Spruce beetles devastate forest and leave no hope and no green behind
Look-alike guns in school
The look-alike gun is on the top and the 40 caliber handgun used by local law enforcement is on the bottom.
Local state parks in danger again
In response to the Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee recommendations to slash the Utah State Parks budget by $299,700, the Board of Utah's State Parks and Recreation reports the cuts will force closure of several state parks....
Green River looks at master plan
Laurie Markham, a volunteer at the Green River Community Center was named volunteer of the month from the center. Joni Pace awarded Markham a certificate and gifts at the recent city council meeting. Pace informed the council that since the inception...
Barn Fire in Orangeville
This old barn in Orangeville went up in flames on Thursday.
Green River to host economic development summit
The Green River Chamber of Commerce is busy planning the first annual Green River Economic Development Summit to be held on Feb. 22 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum. The summit will begin at 10 a.m. with introduction...
Green River holds Greek Festival to celebrate volunteers
Emery County Commissioner Drew Sitterud, Green River Mayor Glen Dale Johnson, Senator Mike Dmitrich, Nancy Dunham, and Representative Brad King at the volunteer dinner.
Hatch introduces public lands bills
Senator Orrin Hatch recently introduced three Utah public lands bills for quick action in the United States Senate. All three bills passed in the 108th Congress, and Hatch hopes they will be reported out of the Senate Energy Committee in the near fut...
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