|Published November 22, 2005|
Veterans Receive Recognition
Members of the Huntington American Legion Unit present the flag at the historical society meeting.
Emery County Gun Club opens with a bang
Kurt Jewkes, Kelly Mann and Jesse Reed participate in the grand opening of the Emery County Gun Club.
Public lands council hears agency updates
At the recent public lands council meeting, Emery County Public Lands Administrator Ray Petersen, who covers access for the public lands council, informed the council that a meeting had taken place concerning the trail between Huntington Canyon and t...
Castle Dale talks about new addresses
Castle Dale City recently held a public hearing to take public comment on the rezoning of a portion of private property inside the city. The property now holds R-1 MHP (mobile home park) and the hearing is to consider rezoning the land to L-1 (light ...
Emily Ussery saves her mother's life
Emily Ussery is honored by her principal Dennis Jones.
Forest service Christmas tree tags
Christmas tree tags for the Ferron/Price Ranger District will be available to the public on Nov. 21. The tags will be sold for $5 each on a first-come, first served basis. A family may purchase only one permit in their name. Tags will not be availabl...
Cody Allred of PacifiCorp presents a donation to Glen Lemmon, for the Castle Valley Center/Apple House. Allred was selected recently as the 2005 recipient of the PacifiCorp Spirit of Excellence Award which honors contributions of employees who exempl...
A Christmas Extravaganza fundraiser will be held on Dec. 3 from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Emery County Recreation Center. There will be trees and wreaths on display, booths, food, entertainment and Santa from noon-2 p.m. Decorated trees and wreaths will ...
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