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Published June 20, 2006

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Greener pastures: Ferron celebrates end of salinity project with program and dinner


Green alfalfa fields and increased production plus water conservation make sprinklers a big asset in the valley.

Project tour


Millsite Reservoir is the site where the project begins. The spillway at the dam ran heavy for two-three weeks.

Old Spanish Trail convention held in Green River


Willard Young greets convention goers at the Museum of the San Rafael.

School board emphasizes tax shift not increase


Special programs and other items will have to be cut if the voted leeway doesn't pass the June 27 election. The Leonardo on Wheels science program recently visited Canyon View Junior High....

Ferron discusses budget


With Jo Sansevero sitting in as mayor in the absence of Ferron Mayor Gil Bowden, Ferron City Council held five public hearings. The first was to consider reopening the 2005-2006 fiscal year budget to transfer any unencumbered or unexplained balance o...

Green River Friendship Cruise


Boats float the Green River on the annual Friendship Cruise.

County prepares for primary election


Emery County Republican voters will vote in the primary election for a legislative position and determine which candidate moves onto the November general election.

Gourd art on display


Gourd art comes in all shapes and forms.

Golf tournament at Millsite on June 24


Emery County Recreation and Millsite Men's Association is having a 4 man scramble tournament on June 24 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Entry include green fees, cart and lunch. Added money and total payout. For more information contact Emery County R...

It's bingo time for seniors


Seniors seem to enjoy their time together and a game of bingo.

Fostering Success


Fostering Success is a federally funded program, we are very lucky to have the opportunity to offer this program to the foster youth in our area. The fostering Success program is to help with the transition out of foster care into independent living ...

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