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Published May 10, 2005

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Growth from within, Part I


Senator Bennett's fourth annual rural business conference

Emery Telcom annual meeting draws crowd


Emery Telcom members register and receive voter packets.

Orangeville City discusses education camps coming this summer


Emery County Economic Development Director Marc Stilson informed Orangeville City council members that an education council has been assembled and their duty is to address the areas that traditional schooling does not address. Several educational cam...

Hatch lauds roadless ruling


Washington - Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) lauded the Forest Service's new rule giving states greater flexibility in managing Utah's 4 million acres of roadless forest land.

Emergency loans end May 16


Farmers/ranchers in Emery and Carbon counties who suffered production losses because of drought may now apply for Farm Service Agency emergency loans, FSA farm loan officer, Lori Brady said. The disaster designation makes all qualified family-sized f...

House Passes Bill Protecting States' Rights to Manage Hunting, Fishing


Congressman Jim Matheson said legislation acknowledging the traditional rights of states to manage hunting and fishing within their borders is included in the emergency supplemental spending bill that passed the House this week. The Senate is expecte...

USDA Forest Service Acts to Conserve Roadless Areas in National Forests


Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns recently announced a final rule that invites input from state governors in the conservation and management direction for inventoried roadless areas within national forests. This rule will provide environmental bene...

Last chance to comment on wolf plan


One of the final chances to comment on a plan that will guide how wolves are managed in Utah, if they're removed from the list of threatened and endangered species, will be available at a series of public meetings in May. ...

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