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Published March 28, 2006

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Orangeville finishes fire station

Orangeville City has a new state of the art fire station. Finishing touches are still being completed and the city council hosted an open house recently.

Huntington City adopts cemetery ordinance

Members of the American Legion at the Huntington City Cemetery last Memorial Day. Plans are underway for this year's event.

County clerk refuses to conduct election with Diebold machines

Emery County Clerk Bruce Funk accepts the Diebold voting machines on Dec. 27, 2005. He is disenchanted with the machines and possible problems with them.

Archives to host open house

The Emery County Archives has a wide variety of items on display including historic photos and books.

Bridge Rehabilitation U.S. Highway 6 near Green River

Project includes the deck replacement of a bridge over a railroad about 12 miles north of Green River. Crews are scheduled to begin on April 3. During construction traffic will be reduced to one 11-foot-wide lane in each direction through the work zo...

Senator Bennett's staff to hold office hours in Castle Dale on April 11

Representatives from Senator Bennett's office will be at the Castle Dale Senior Center, 85 North 200 East on April 11 from 10 a.m. --noon to help individuals with federal agency questions or problems. ...

Emery County Chamber of Commerce luncheon

The Emery County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a luncheon on March 29 at noon in the Castle Dale Senior Center.

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