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Published July 11, 2006

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Heritage Days


American Legion members carry the American Flag in the Heritage Days parade.

Rilda Canyon project on track to proceed


Rilda Canyon will be the site for a new fan for the Deer Creek Mine.

Archaeology camp at Range Creek


Campers learn what to watch for as they sift through the soil.

Special turkey hunt for Conner Newland


Weston Vetere-guide, Conner Newland-hunter, Jace Vetere-guide, Don McNulty, founder Horizon Adventures. The group takes Conner on the hunt of a lifetime for a turkey.

Bridge repair


SR-6 Bridge construction to impact traffic north of I-70. The Utah Department of Transportation advises motorists to expect heavy delays on SR-6 about 12 miles north of I-70 beginning July 10 and lasting through November. Road Construction crews will...

Correction


In the story, Ferron City and junk or not, which ran in the July 4 issue of the Emery County Progress, the name of the company was referred to as C&S Wrecking and Salvage. The actual name of the company which Mike Hurdsman operates in Ferron City is...

Local Communities Receive Cdbg Monies for Projects


Local communities receive CDBG monies for projects

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