|Published February 7, 2006|
Students at Castle Dale Elementary celebrate the falling of snow in the valley.
A Quest for Dinosaurs
Carole Jones with Eolambia/caroljonesi as it is placed on the site at the George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park in Ogden.
Huntington City swears in council
City Recorder Jimie Dawn Jones swears in Mayor Jackie Wilson and councilpersons, Cathy Cowley and Bob Mills.
Orangeville City begins New Year
Just prior to the January Orangeville City Council meeting, a reception was held to honor the outgoing officials. Mayor Thayne Cox, Councilman Pat Jones, and Councilperson Carol Ware were honored with a plaque and potted plant in appreciation for the...
Ecct to Present "suessical"
These classic, "Seusiccal" colorful tales are seamlessly brought together by Jojo (Jordan Sitterud), a young boy and "thinker of strange and wonderful thinks." As each story unfolds you will marvel at how relevant and profound Seuss's subtle themes a...
Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a Valentine's Carnival on Feb. 10 at the Huntington Elementary Gym from 5-7:30 p.m. There will be tons of games, food, crafts and a bake sale. RJ the clown is coming. Stuffed animal prizes, coin toss game and for...
Green River installs new mayor
Ed Bentley was born and raised in rural Little Lake, Mich.Ã¯Â¿Â½ Little Lake had a population of about 100 people, so he is familiar with small towns. Michigan is obviously much colder and more humid there than here in the desert of the America...
Peer Helpers Grad party
Emery High School peer helpers are making plans for the Graduation Party on May 25. They are in need of parents and volunteers to help with the games and events at the party. A planning meeting will be held on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Four Corners Me...
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