|Published March 1, 2005|
Banking on Green River: Part I
Green River Chamber holds first economic summit to promote Green River
Range Creek Exhibit Coming to Jwp Museum
Some artifacts from Range Creek will be on display beginning March 10 in Green River.
Public Hearing Set for ATV Ordinance
ATV riders enjoy riding roads designated as open on Bureau of Land Mangement land.
Hearing Set for US-6 Comments
New information gathered about impacts to wetlands, air and water quality will be the focal point at a public hearing for the SR Highway 6 Environmental Impact Statement. The Utah Department of Transportation will hold the open house formatted hearin...
Lou Sansevero presents the marketing workshop. He is seen here with wife Jo, left and Corey Bluemel, Emery County Progress staffwriter.
USDA Service Center Moving to New Office
The Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service offices located at 88 South 100 East in Castle Dale, and the Utah Association of Conservation Districts and Castleland RC&D Council, Inc. offices located at 40 North Main in Huntingto...
Rep. Brad Johnson believes state parks are safe and better off than they have been. Goblin Valley is an Emery County State Park.
Meeting of Utah Partners for Conservation Development
Utah Partners for Conservation and Development (UPCD), a group consisting of private landowners, interested parties, and state/federal agency people, welcome you to attend one of their workshops on March 2 or 3 in Green River, Monticello or Price. UP...
Emery County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at Pro Rehab
Pro Rehab held its ribbon cutting with the Emery County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Pro Rehab is located at 150 East Main Street in Castle Dale. Those in attendance: Kate Howes, Mike Nelson, Mike Gagon, Mark Ohlwiler, Sue McNee, Nathan Johansen,...
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