|Published May 24, 2005|
BYU Honors EHS Chemistry Students
Westin Winn, Justin Oakeson, Britanie Clarke and Jessica Hill.
Open House for student built home
Jim Keele's students working on the house: Greg Meyer, Bowdy McMullin, Darrell Swasey, Trevor Butterfield, Mike Wilberg and Travis O'Neil.
Oil Tanker Overturns on US-6
A tanker carrying asphalt emulsifier overturned just north of Green River. The load leaked out into the ditch along the side of the road. This was a nonplacarded load but will require cleanup and replacement of the contaminated dirt....
Fight in Castle Dale brings charges
Editors note: An incident which took place in March involving some high school students and some men over 18 has caused some concern among parents as to how the situation was handled by the Emery County Attorney's Office. This article is an attempt t...
Cruise #44 set to sail on the Green River
Growth from within
Senator Bennett's fourth annual rural business conference Part III
Rac Hears Wolf Howls
Mike Bodenchuk talks about wolves at the Southeastern RAC meeting.
North Emery High plans class reunion
If you ever attended North Emery High, you're invited to be a part of Reunion 2005. The theme for the reunion is "Memories are Made of This." Event organizers are well underway with plans for the get together. July 2, is the date to circle on your ca...
Memorial Day, American Legion
American Legion Post 73 has been working very hard to prepare for the upcoming Memorial Day observance. They will be at the Elmo, Cleveland, Lawrence, and Huntington cemeteries on Memorial Day to present the new memorial monuments in honor of all vet...
Black Top Knight
Black Top Knight, Emery County's first annual street festival will be held on May 27. The fun begins sharply at 6 p.m. on 100 North in Castle Dale.
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