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Published August 15, 2006

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Hunter Interchange opens: Road project to ease congestion into plant


Coal trucks begin using the new Hunter Interchange on Friday. This truck enters the new off-ramp from the south. This ramp replaces the old farm road through which the trucks previously entered the plant....

Rep. Matheson visits county fair-holds roundtable


Rep. Jim Matheson serves lamb at the lamb fry and holds discussion with county leaders.

Executive retreat-new way to look at opportunity


Liz Cleveland and Mike Mower, Gov. Jon Huntsman's deputy chief of staff attend the executive retreat at the Castle Valley Outdoors.

Lands council discusses Washington Co. project


Brad Shafer, of Senator Robert Bennett's office, public lands department, was at the recent Emery County Public Lands Council meeting to give an update on the Washington County Growth and Conservation Act of 2006. This bill was recently introduced bu...

Range Creek exhibit opens at Utah Museum of Natural History


Until a few years ago, Range Creek was a little-known, rugged canyon in a remote part of Emery County.

Grazing board names members in county


Utah Commissioner of Agriculture and Food, Leonard Blackham announced the appointment of 10 individuals from Emery, Carbon, San Juan, and Grand counties to the Southeast Grazing Advisory Board. This is one of five boards in the state whose members w...

BLM Holds Coal Lease Sale on Millfork West Tract


The Bureau of Land Management offered one tract in the coal lease sale held on Aug. 1.

Four Die in I-70 Crash near Green River


Another crash along I-70 on Saturday near Green River has led to the death of four unidentified victims and another in serious condition in St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction....

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