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Published March 15, 2005

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Range Creek on display


Book Cliff students visit exhibit

John Wesley Powell River History Museum unveils exhibit


Waldo Wilcox attends the program for the Range Creek exhibit at the John Wesley Powell museum.

Banking on Green River Part III


Green River considers the railroad one of the assets to the community and a source for future growth.

4-H Council Visits County Commission


The Emery County Commission hears plans for 4-H in 2005.

Elmo is fired up


Elmo residents again packed the town library to heat up the controversy surrounding the construction of a new fire station/city hall/community center. Controversy was ignited during the February town council meeting when discussion turned to the cost...

Cat in the Hat


Cat in the Hat mingles with students from Huntington Elementary.

Baseball Camp


Emery County boys and girls age 9 and up are encouraged to attend a Baseball Camp which will be held on April 1-2 at the Huntington ball complex. On April 1 from 4 p.m. until dark players can sign up for personal one-on-one instruction. On April 2 fr...

Western lawmakers call for repeal of public land access fees


Opposition continues to grow against a new fee scheme for recreational use of federally managed public lands. Known as the Recreational Access Tax, or RAT, the measure was buried as a rider in a 3,000-plus page appropriations bill in the waning days ...

Briefly


Emery County boys and girls age 9 and up are encouraged to attend a Baseball Camp which will be held on April 1-2 at the Huntington ball complex. On April 1 from 4 p.m. until dark players can sign up for personal one-on-one instruction. On April 2 fr...

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