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Published November 8, 2005

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Economic summit discusses opportunities for growth Part IV

Doc and Connie Hatfield from Oregon Country Beef speak at the summit.

Castle Dale Elementary receives big bucks from 100 percent for kids

Castle Dale elementary students assemble to watch the award of the grant money.

Historical society discusses Butch Cassidy/Joe Walker

Butch Cassidy was once reported to have been killed in Emery County.

100 percent finish at ultra marathon

Runners in the ultra marathon travel through the scenic San Rafael.

Campaign tampering

During the political season, emotions sometimes get the best of good people, and recent events in Orangeville concerning the theft and destruction of campaign signs has prompted Sheriff Lamar Guymon to issue this warning. "It is against the law to st...

Huntington Founders Day

The Huntington Glee Club performs at the event.

Green River High presents Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

The Green River High drama department will present Seven Brides for Seven Brothers on Nov. 10-12 at the Green River High auditorium at 7 p.m.

Veterans Day Program

San Rafael Junior High will present their annual Veterans Day program on Nov. 11. All veterans are welcome to attend. The program begins at 1 p.m. all Veterans and the public are welcome to attend this salute to Veterans....

Beauty and the Beast Comes to Emery High

The Emery High Drama Department presents Disney's Beauty and the Beast on Nov. 17-19 in the Emery High Auditorium. Performance begins at 7 p.m. each evening.

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