|Published April 18, 2006|
Curves food drive
Dana Montgomery, Laurie Davis, Rhonda LeRoy and Cathy Sitterud load the food collected during the March Food Drive.
Representative Brad Johnson steps down at end of term
Brad Johnson, Argene Olsen and Kay McIff visit at the county building.
Senator Orrin Hatch visits Emery County Republicans
About 50 people came to meet Senator Orrin Hatch and to hear him speak. Emery County Republican Party Chairman Bill Dellos welcomed everyone and after a prayer and a pledge of allegiance to the flag of the United States. The Senator was able to enjoy...
Sheriff reports on Easter weekend
Emery County Sheriff Lamar Guymon said, "Easter weekend went pretty well in the county. We counted in a square mile area surrounding the Buckhorn Reservoir, 198 campers and an estimated 1,000 people in that area. There were a few violations for peop...
Dugmore sworn in as clerk/auditor
Commissioner Ira Hatch swears in new clerk/auditor, Brenda Dugmore.
do we want a county pool?
Swim teams participate at the Castle Dale pool last summer. This is the pool's last year of operation. Castle Dale City has promised to donate $10,000 per year for the maintenance of a new pool. ...
Gas companies stress safety
Participants look over the information at the booths at the safety awareness breakfast.
School board approves band trip
The Emery County School Board held its April meeting at Cottonwood Elementary School in Orangeville. Linda Nelson, a teacher at the school, gave the school's report. "There have been many improvements at Cottonwood recently. We have had a lot of trai...
Spanish Trail input meeting in Green River
The Bureau of Land Management and the National Park Service are seeking public input in developing a management plan for the Old Spanish Trail Historic Trail. Designated as part of the national trail system in 2002, the trail route crosses six wester...
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