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Published May 2, 2006

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Old Spanish Trail: Renewed interest in historic trail

The Old Spanish Trail traverses much of Emery County.

Nielson Construction and Huntington/Cleveland irrigation sign contract to begin $64 million sprinkler project

Nielson Construction president, Wayne Nielson, Huntington/Cleveland irrigation vice president Sherrel Ward and Kay Jensen, Huntington/Cleveland Irrigation secretary sign the contracts to seal the deal....

Sen. Bennett's rural conference part II

Char Uptain from Green River attends the conference.

Commission ratifies contract with Diebold

Commissioner Ira Hatch said they have contacted Diebold Elections systems to recertify the election equipment. They have talked about and worked on a contract which has been approved. The contract will run from April 12 until the completion of the jo...

Democrats hold convention

Claude Scovill, from Orangeville shows a signed program from President John F. Kennedy's inauguration.

Lane Closures on US-6 Due to Clean-up

U.S. 6 will be restricted to one lane for three week period.

Republicans hold convention

Kelly Nelson and Eileen Lofthouse register delegates at the convention.

Profits in your backyard

Learn how to make money selling your produce and homemade goods at a "Profits in Your Backyard" seminar to be held from 7-9 p.m. on May 4 at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale....

Young entrepreneur camp coming to county

A unique opportunity for individuals ages 15 - 22 years is coming soon. This is the Entrepreneur Camp that is being sponsored by the Emery County Economic Development Employer Council....

Rafters found OK

Two men, Michael Murphy and Jeff Detton of Orem, put in at Fullers Bottom on the afternoon of April 29 intending to float by innertube from there to the Swinging Bridge. Their friend who dropped them off discovered he had given them misinformation o...

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