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Published February 22, 2005

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Millsite Golf Course looks to the future

A newly formed golf course improvement committee looks to the future of Millsite.

Klondike adventure

These scouts learn how to rescue an injured person and construct a makeshift stretcher.

Youth Council service project

Alyssa Cox speaks with the Emery County Commissioners about financial help for the leadership conference.

Lands Council holds vote

During the February meeting of the Emery County Public Lands Council the members put to vote whether or not the Emery County Commissioners should remain on the board as voting members or just sit on the board as advisory members. This topic was discu...

Ferron spelling bee winners

The winners for the Ferron Elementary Spelling Bee are as follows:

Commission appoints land council members

The Emery County Board of Commissioners approved the recommendations by the Emery County Public Lands Council for the four open positions on the council. Applications were gathered over a period of one month with the following people submitting appli...

Huntington City hears presentation on tree pruning

Directional tree pruning is used in Huntington to train limbs to grow away from the power lines.

Phase 2 South Moore road on the burner

In the Emery County Commission meeting on Feb. 15 the commission approved the ratification of the cooperative agreement with UDOT for Phase 2 of the South Moore cut-off road project. Phase 1 was completed last year and the project widened the road an...

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