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Published July 26, 2005

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Desertview Pro Rodeo rides again


Are you ready for some rodeo action?

New horse campsites at Potters Pond


National guardsmen complete the remodel work at Potter's Pond to accommodate horsemen.

Commission discusses drug court monitoring processes


Bob Greenberg, director, from the Four Corners Mental Health addressed the Emery County Commission on July 19 concerning a loop hole in the drug monitoring system. Greenburg said those being monitored for alcohol abuse have used this loop hole to avo...

Utah Power discusses upcoming projects


At the Museum of the San Rafael recently, Deb Dull and Mark Miller of Utah Power, and Delena Fish of the Utah State Department of Workforce Services gave a presentation detailing the construction projects to be undertaken in Emery County over the nex...

Pro Rodeo has name change new in 2005


The San Rafael Pro Rodeo is in its seventh year. For the past six years Desertview Federal Credit Union has been a community and corporate leader in bringing this event to Emery County through sponsorship, advertising and volunteerism. ...

Senator Bennett's staff coming to Castle Dale


Senator Bennett's staff will be in Emery County and available to assist constituents with issues such as Social Security, Medicare, IRS, or any other federal issue. Bennett staff will be in Castle Dale on Aug. 2nd from 2-4 p.m. at the Senior Center, ...

Road Closures due to fire at Joes Valley


Closure Area: Seely Canyon Area

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