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Published September 12, 2006

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Utah Competes in its First National 4-H Forestry Invitational


Caleb Jones of Huntington, Whitney Jensen of Castle Dale, Jacie Fasselin of Elmo, and Cade Whittle of Ferron, pose with Gaylene Conder at West Virginia University.

Local dancers perform at Stadium of Fire


Chelsea Farmer, TyLynn Webster, Megan, Allred, Lexi Stokes, Kamree Campbell, MarKette Tanner, Meran Allred, Ariel Halton, McCall Spears, Leisha Magnuson, McKenzi Juggert, Rickelle Larsen, Micah Sacco, Taycee Tucker, Tyler Tucker, Trinadee Bell, Gen...

Locks of Love donation


Breann Bentley, of Huntington, recently had her hair cut to donate to Locks of Love. Lisa Johnson at the Hair Cellar in Orangeville cut Breann's hair and restyled it to a new look. Breann is the daughter of Troy and Tammy Bentley and she works at San...

Emery FFA Takes Second at Utah Canon Envirothon


Members of the team were Jacie Fasselin, Kaitlin Reaves, Morgan Clark and Keven Jensen. Corrine Dalton is the FFA advisor.

FFA Student Wins Trip to Reno


Keven Jensen and Colton Grange recently attended the Utah Natural Resources Field School. The field school offers students a background in ecological principles and tools used to measure the health of our rangelands, as well as an understanding of th...

FFA Sponsors Pageant Breakfast During Fair


These students prepare breakfast for pageant visitors.

Castle Dale resident grows big watermelon


Clifford Price of Castle Dale grew this watermelon that weighed in at 35 1/4 pounds. Stewart's Market verified the weight. Clifford said this is one of the many watermelons that did well in his garden this year. He attributes the size to the good dir...

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