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Published November 1, 2005

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Economic summit discusses opportunities for growth Part III


Local businessman David Hinkins speaks with John Baza.

Public lands hears update on Swinging Bridge project


The Swinging Bridge over the San Rafael River when work first began.

Emery Town Council


The first item of business at the recent Emery Town Council meeting was to open a public hearing to amend the 2006 budget. Several items of additional revenue were added into the budget, and no public comments were voiced. The council closed the publ...

Ferron celebrates fire week


Randy Nielson, Ferron's fire chief reported that fire prevention week is just ending. The fire department has been very busy promoting fire awareness and safety. They have made a presentation at Ferron Elementary School, checked out the alarms at the...

Domestic Violence awareness luncheon


Kizzy Ellington accepts the donation of quilts by Shari Tuttle.

American Legion to sponsor quilts of valor for wounded servicemen and women


Hazel McMullin, local long arm quilter is participating in a project that supplies Quilts of Valor to injured service men and women.

Tourism and public lands


In Emery and Carbon counties, the biggest percentage of land is public land. As a result, the tourism industry in both counties is very dependent on public lands, and should be very involved in the public land use planning process. The percentage in ...

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