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Published December 27, 2005

Local News

Castle Dale Christmas fun


Castle Dale City recently held a Christmas party for residents. Santa came to the party and visited with the children. A prize drawing was given away for the lighting contest. Winners were: Cody and Amy Oman, Kerry Lake, Rick Thomason, Charles Thomas...

Public Lands hears sage grouse update


Sage grouse numbers are improving throughout the area.

Orangeville fire station nears completion


The Orangeville fire station is nearing completion. The new station is located on Main Street in Orangeville.

Food Bank donations at Stewart's


Wayne Huntington, manager of Stewart's and employees of Stewart's and the Food Bank load up food that was donated for needy families.

Cleveland Town to open ice skating rink


Cleveland Town employees Steve Taylor and Keith Randall are installing the new ice rink in the Cleveland Park. The town purchased the rink with the latest Community Development Block Grant. The rink will be available for public use after the ice has ...

Body found on desert


Hikers in the area of the Hidden Splendor Mine found a car containing a body on Dec. 20. They noticed the car while hiking and after hiking two hours in the area thought it was suspicious the car was still there. Upon arriving at the car, they saw th...

Emery Town New Years Eve Celebration


Emery Town will be having their New Years Eve Celebration from 9 p.m.- 12 midnight at the Emery Church on Dec. 31.

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