|Published April 25, 2006|
Help stop internet pornography
Paul Vasquez from Citizen's Voice speaks at the chamber of commerce luncheon.
Cleveland has dog problems
Pet owners are reminded to keep their dogs under control.
Emery Town news
Emery Town recently held their city council meeting. After beginning items were addressed, Mayor Michael Williams talked with the council about raising the city's liability insurance to $5 million. The council agreed with the funds being available. H...
County residents attend Sen. Bennetts conference, Part I
Senator Bob Bennett welcomes everyone to the fifth annual Rural Development Conference in Vernal.
Upcoming backyard profits seminar
The Economic Development Council in cooperation with the Castleland RC&D, USU Cooperative Extension and the Emery County Economic Development office are sponsoring a workshop on "Profits in Your Backyard" on May 4, from 7-9 p.m. at the Museum of the...
Funk retains legal counsel
Former Emery County Clerk Bruce Funk has retained legal counsel. Funk attended the regular commission meeting on April 18. In speaking with Funk after the commission meeting went into executive session he said the thing that bothers him is that sever...
Charges filed in murder case
On April 20, the Emery County Attorney David Blackwell alleged that Lanny Hubert Wayman committed the following crime: count one, murder in violation of Utah code annotated, that on or about April 7 or April 8, 2006 the defendant intentionally and kn...
Green River plans for art show
The third annual Canyon River Runners art show is slated to run from June 1-30 at the John Wesley Powell River History museum in Green River.
Teacher pleads no contest to third degree felony
A 29 year old from Ferron, was in court on April 18 for arraignment on a charge of alleged sexual abuse of a child. At the arraignment, a plea of no contest to a third degree felony charge of attempted forcible sexual abuse was entered, and was advis...
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