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Published March 29, 2005

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A Step Back


Renaissance costume ball and banquet in Green River

The wait is over


CWS Kelly Hess returns from Afghanistan

Huntington City: Donations or not?


The issue of donations made by the city to private individuals or groups was a big item of discussion in the recent Huntington City Council meeting. Mayor Jackie Wilson explained that the state auditor's office has made it very clear that Huntington,...

Emery Co. coal country at earthquake risk


The Bulletin of Seismological Society of America, the premier scientific journal dedicated to earthquake research, has just published a trio of articles about earthquakes caused by underground coal mining in east-central Utah....

Emery County Progress wins awards


At the Utah Press Association annual conference, The Emery County Progress received three first place awards and five second place awards. The Progress competed against other newspapers in the state with similar circulation numbers. ...

Business Luncheon to feature Sen. Bennett's Representatives


The Emery County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor their monthly chamber luncheon on March 30 at noon at the Castle Dale Senior Citizens Center. Representatives from Sen. Robert Bennett's office will be in attendance to discuss the upcoming Rural Busi...

A Search for Seniors


The Emery County Recreation District is on the search for county senior citizens past the age of 90 to be recognized at this year's county fair to be held Aug. 3-6. Seniors will have a small biography, with a picture, about them printed in the annual...

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