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Published August 22, 2006

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Elmo Horse-n-Buggy Days


Annual event draws people home.

Public Lands Council Looks at RS-2477 Roads


ATV riders are sometimes confused as to which roads are open and which are closed.

Young entrepreneurs learn about the business world


Ethan Migliori presents certificates of completion to Young Entrepreneurs Kaileen Brower and Heather Bone.

Castle Dale City discusses animal control ordinance


Castle Dale City Council is in the process of reviewing and updating several city ordinances. At the recent council meeting the proposed changes were discussed and revised.

Commission discusses land fill plan for reclaiming cells


The Emery County Commission met in Green River for their Aug. 15, meeting. The board of equalization was held prior to the meeting for Green River residents.

Local Student Places at National Skillsusa Event


College of Eastern Utah student Katie Young recently competed at the national SkillsUSA event. Young, an Orangeville resident, captured a gold medal in the prepared speech category. ...

Irrigation water management workshop


An irrigation water management workshop will be held in Green River, Aug. 23, from 9-11:30 am, in the Green River City Hall. The purpose of the workshop is to assist agricultural producers in understanding soil, water, plant relationships, operation ...

Truck driver dies in Green River


A 36 year old Oregon man died in Green River on Aug. 9. According to Det. Sgt. Robert Blackburn of the Emery County Sheriff's Office the man was parked with a semi-truck in the overflow dirt parking lot at the West Winds Truck Stop. ...

School begins Aug. 23


Emery County students will be back in the classroom beginning on Aug. 23.

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