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Published July 5, 2005

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Muddy Creek bridge construction continues


Traffic is being detoured around the construction site for the new Muddy Creek bridge.

BLM Rac Tours Wedge


The BLM RAC tours the Wedge.

Utah sues for county roads


Link Flat road is on the list of roads named in the lawsuit.

Ferron holds public hearing


During the recent Ferron City Council meeting, a public hearing was held to gather input from residents on whether the city should abandon two road segments. One segment is located at 290 West 300 North, and the other is located at 200 East Main Stre...

Dollar store coming to Emery County


A new dollar store is being constructed in Castle Dale. It is located next to the car wash where an old house and trees were cleared to make room for the store.

Fair Plans Day 2-Aug. 4


The Emery County Fair Committee is busy preparing for the upcoming Emery County fair. On day two of the fair which is Thur. Aug. 4 events will begin at 11 a.m. for the youth and teenagers with more traditional activities in the evening hours....

Miss Emery Scholarship Pageant


The Miss Emery Scholarship pageant will be held on July 16 at 7 p.m. at the Emery High Auditorium.

School Board discusses budgets


At the Emery County School District office, the board held two public hearings concerning budget matters. The first was to adopt a tentative budget for the 2005-2006 fiscal year. Business administrator Ross Huntington stated the purpose of this heari...

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