|Published May 3, 2005|
Yo, gotta believe
Aron Ralston tells his story to local students
DWR Stocks Streams
Gina Crompton pulls a brown trout out of the Green River. Spring fishing is good for now until spring runoff will muddy the waters.
Castle Dale City reviews annexation policy
Castle Dale City Council meeting, held on April 20, began with a public hearing concerning the annexation plan for the city. Mayor Neal Peacock explained, "We are requesting public comment on this plan during this hearing. We want no misconceptions a...
New ideas, new dreams, new beginnings
Plans for the Emery County Fair 2005 are well underway. Fair Days are Aug. 3-6. The fair will be under the direction of the recreation district board this year. The chosen theme for 2005 is "New Ideas, New Dreams, New Beginnings." The fair will featu...
County Democrats hold convention
A Cleveland woman was injured in a one car accident on SR-155, north of Cleveland on April 27. Deputy Paul Simmons was in the area taking a report on some youth who had hit a dog near where the woman had gone off the road. He decided to look along th...
Teenager dies in motorcycle accident
On April 28 at approximately 7:05 p.m. on the Lawrence/Tan Seeps Road, just off of I-70 at milepost 131, a 16 year old male, Travis Robbins of Brighton, Colo., died from injuries incurred when the Honda 250cc motorcycle he was riding collided with a ...
Emery County Republican Party Organizing Convention
County chairman Bill Dellos introduces the guest speakers.
Program Available to Improve Wildlife Habitat
The Natural Resource Conservation Service, in partnership with the Colorado River Salinity Control Forum, local Soil Conservation Districts, and RC&D Councils in Eastern Utah, has funds available to improve wildlife habitat through the Basin States P...
Black Powder Shoot
Shooters load their guns and shoot at the paper targets.
Parenting to prevent child abuse
The Emery County Interagency Local Council teamed up with Child Abuse Prevention Utah to sponsor an evening of education and fun for families. The event, Family Night: Keeping Kids Safe, was held at the Emery County Recreation Center in Castle Dale. ...
Emery County introduces an exciting, new community event-a "Blacktop Knight." The event, presented by Emery County Recreation District in partnership with the Emery County Arts Council, embraces a medieval theme with entertainment, games, prizes, med...
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