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Published March 8, 2005

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Lt. Gov. Herbert visits county


Republicans host Lincoln Day breakfast

Banking on Green River Part II


A Main Street restoration project in Green River could include the removal of old buildings. The former bank building is structurally unsafe.

BLM Replaces Plaques at the Buckhorn Panel


Sam Espinoza, from the BLM and Reed Martin, historical preservation committee, replace the plaques at the Buckhorn Panel.

Orangeville looks at new fire station


At the February Orangville City Council meeting, the council provided a letter concerning the construction of a new fire station. The city's current fire station was built in the early 1960s with an addition built in the 1970s. The fire department cu...

Rory Bradley graduates Fred House Academy


Rory Bradley graduates Fred House Academy

Ideas for marketing and using small wood products could mean cash


Utah State Forester Joel Frandsen announced recently that $135,000 in grants is available for community based programs that use or market small wood products. Congress appropriated the one time funds to address Economic Action and Community Planning ...

Leaving for Iraq


Doug Ekker prepares to leave for Iraq.

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Utah State Forester Joel Frandsen announced recently that $135,000 in grants is available for community based programs that use or market small wood products. Congress appropriated the one time funds to address Economic Action and Community Planning ...

Senator Bob Bennett and Utah Rural Development Council to host 4th annual Rural Business Conference


Gov. Jon Huntsman, Jr. and Dr. Patrick Byrne, President of Overstock.com, to offer Keynote Addresses

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