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Published June 7, 2005

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American Legion Honors Veterans


Seniors graduate from Emery High and Green River High

Bear tracks in Bookcliffs


This young bear is a little hesitant as he steps from captivity to freedom.

EHS Drama Department Helps Train Deputies


Shala Pitchforth portrays a victim.

Green River City council holds hearing


Green River City held a public hearing to discuss and take public comment concerning the annexation policy. Mayor Glen Dale Johnson gave a brief history of the purpose of the public hearing. In 2002, the State of Utah enacted a law that stated that b...

Green River Americorps volunteers


The 10 member group consists of: Ashley Lobaugh, 19 from Ohio, Royal Tatnull, 24, Georgia, Lindsey Peck, 20, ME, Ali Turro, 22, from Vermont. Kricia Wallpe, 24, Indiana, Katie Askew, 23, Florida, Meghan Oakley, 23, New Jersey, Lucas Hanson, 19, Geo...

Controlled Burn Scheduled for the Pines Plateau Area


The Pines is scheduled for controlled burning between May 31 and June 10. The area is about six air miles west of the town of Emery. Up to 1,500 acres of understory will be treated. This includes dead pine needles and other ground litter....

Utah Power Unveils New Sign


Utah Power Credit Union hosted a ceremony on June 6 to unveil their new sign denoting the name change involved with the purchase of the Utah Power by MidAmerican Energy Holdings. The staff at the credit union office unveiled the sign, with the assist...

Town Hall Meeting Wedge Overlook


The BLM Price Field Office and the San Rafael Subgroup of the Utah BLM RAC invites the citizens of Emery County to provide their input to the BLM on proposed changes, day use area changes and road alignment changes at the Wedge. An open house and sit...

Environmental Assessment Available for the Wedge Overlook Area in the San Rafael Swell


Public comment period runs through June 27.

San Rafael Soil Conservation District seeks local input


The local San Rafael Soil Conservation District (SCD) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (Natural Resources Conservation Service-NRCS) is seeking input from all citizens, organizations and government agencies about resource concern issues. The r...

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