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Published July 4, 2006

Local News

Primal Quest: Arduous endurance race in county


This rider begins the first leg of the 400 mile race on horseback.

Hunter interchange proceeds with asphalt


Nielson Construction crews work on the north truck lane at Hunter plant.

Chub removal


The chubs are taken to the landfill after their removal from Joe's Valley.

Primary election


Emery County Commissioner Ira Hatch votes on the new Diebold machine.

Ferron City and junk or not


At the recent Ferron City Council meeting, Mayor Gil Bowden and the council considered the issue of revoking the business license of a business owner. Mike Hurdsman of C&S Wrecking and Salvage was asked to explain and justify recent actions on his pa...

Government forces Sah family to leave


Sarita Sah, Former Green River Mayor Glen Dale Johnson, and Kunal and Ken Sah meet for a final farewell.

Relay for Life


The Relay for Life will be held on July 14. The cancer survivors will celebrate life with the survivor lap. Register at 5:45 p.m. so the survivors can be recognized during the program. ...

Fireworks ban on State lands


Due to extremely dry conditions and volatility of vegetation throughout the state, Utah State Forester Joel Frandsen has issued a ban on the use of fireworks and other pyrotechnic devices on all state lands. The ban will take effect at 12:01 a.m., J...

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