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Published August 1, 2006

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Pioneer Day celebrations: Emery County celebrates the old fashioned way


Cleveland Town residents check out the Apache helicopter at the ball field.

Crime scene camp at sheriff's office


Mandee Allen takes a photo as Ashley Stilson holds up the ruler to give a measurement of the entrance wound on the mock victim at the crime scene.

Emery Town discusses coal truck traffic


Mayor Mike Williams explained the growing problems with coal trucks speeding through the town. He suggested acquiring a radar gun to check the speed of the trucks. Following a discussion concerning private citizens using a radar gun and taking photo...

Youth Council lamb fry begins Aug. 3


Doralie Wright, of Orangeville Youth Council, serves some of the many patrons at the lamb fry.

Bicycle/truck accident claims life of 6 year old


A bicycle/truck accident claimed the life of 5 year old Jedediah Murray of Huntington. He is the son of Barbara and Terry Murray formerly of Centerville. At the intersection of 300 East and 100 South, the boy was traveling north crossing the street h...

Miss Emery 2005, Shala Pitchforth, at the Miss Utah competition


Shala Pitchforth in a dance routine with the other Miss Utah contestants.

Sentencing in armed robbery in Green River


The armed robbery suspect who was involved in the armed robbery in Green River on March 12 had a jury trial on July 11 and 12 in the Seventh District Court in Castle Dale. The jury came back with a verdict which the clerk of the court read; Audie Max...

Orangeville sponsors greased pig chase


The greased pig contest was held at the Orangeville Day on July 22.

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