|Published November 29, 2005|
Riders for Santa
Michael Davis of Price rounds the corner following Gil and Heidi Bowden of Ferron in the Riders for Santa toy run.
County sets public hearing for road abandonment
This Huntington road is being considered for abandonment by the county.
County receives money for Moore cutoff road
The Moore cut-off road has received two line items of funding for its completion in the Transportation Bill recently passed in the US Senate and Congress. Commissioner Ira Hatch said Rep. Jim Matheson has been instrumental in obtaining the funds. One...
County commission appoints museum board
The Emery County commission approved the appointment of members to the Museum of the San Rafael board. Members are: Ramal Jones-four years, Clyde Thompson-two years, Kent Petersen-four years, Randy Jensen-four years-Dawnette Tuttle-four years, Cliffo...
Americorps*nccc Sails Down Green River
Americorps volunteers work on the scenery for the Green River High play.
Representative Sought for OHV Council
The Utah Division of State Parks and Recreation is currently seeking a representative to serve on the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Advisory Council. Currently, a volunteer representative is needed to represent the interests of Utah's all-terrain ve...
Hikers lost on San Rafael Swell
The Emery County Sheriff's Office and Search and Rescue was involved in the rescue of three Colorado people on Nov. 22. Those rescued included: Jay Schulz-Heik, 29, Kimberly Brodsky, 28 and Matt Seefeldt, of Boulder, Colo. The three left Colorado on ...
Clawson Town makes plans
Clawson Town had a public hearing in October to discuss some ideas pertaining to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Mayor Carey Bloomer said there was $36,000 set aside for Emery County before Hurricane Katrina hit. Now the county is unsur...
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