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Published June 6, 2006

Local News

Whitewater fun: Emery County's spring runoff offers thrills


Kayak enthusiasts from West Valley City run the river in Straight Canyon during the spring runoff. Emery County is becoming a recreation destination for every season of the year. ...

Sheriff's Office trains at Emery High School


Deputies Jarod Curtis and KC Alton make their entry into the high school.

Emery school district to ask for tax shift of funds


The Emery County School District will have a proposition on the ballot for the June 27 primary election. The intent is to ask the Emery County voters for an .0008 percent increase in the voted leeway. They intend to offset the tax increase with a red...

Orangeville City considers rezoning ordinance for city


Orangeville City held a public meeting recently concerning a zoning change for four lots in the city. For a number of years the lots have been zoned for agricultural purposes. The lots must have a minimum of one acre with 100 foot frontage. Due to ch...

Public lands council


The Emery County Public Lands Council meeting began with agency reports. Floyd Johnson from the Bureau of Land Management reported about the San Rafael route designation plan. The administration portion of the plan is complete and the BLM is awaiting...

The American Legion performs Memorial Day ceremonies


Tyrell Clement, of Elmo, is one of the buglers for Elmo and Cleveland cemeteries.

Kids fishing event at Millsite State Park


Donte Erickson holds the rainbow trout he caught.

Price completes training


Lt. Bill Downard, Deputy Kurt Price and Emery County Sheriff Lamar Guymon at the graduation ceremony.

XTO Gives to the Sheriff's Office


Christy Weston and Ray Trujillo of XTO present Sheriff Lamar Guymon, Capt. Kyle Ekker and Lt. Bill Downard with a check to help with the purchase of tasers.

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