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Published September 19, 2006

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Emery County: a Place Of Endless Possibilities


Landscapes like this abound in the Swell just 20 miles below Castle Dale.

100 years of Melon Days: Centennial celebration draws large crowds


The Green River Melon Days pageant, softball tournaments, square dancing, parade, booths, games and watermelon in the park made Green River the place to be last weekend as crowds flock to the Emery County town. More coverage in Sept. 26 issue of the ...

Huntington dedicates new Lions Park


Huntington Elementary students have refreshments at the Lions Park dedication.

Ferron discusses issues


Councilman Joe Trenery reported on activity at the fairgrounds. He said the old barn is being painted, and pipes and D rings are being installed to aid the stock show exhibitors in tying up their animals. He also stated the sound system is working an...

Emergency Preparedness and Health Fair on Sept. 23


Displays will be set up for residents to learn how their area is prepared and will react in the event of a disaster.

MECCA Plans Fall Wedge Bike Ride


Fall Festival Bike the Swell will be held on Sept. 22-24 . The $45 fee includes Friday night spaghetti dinner; Saturday morning continental breakfast; Saturday night Dutch oven dinner; and a prize drawing (must be present to win). Everyone will rece...

Arapeen ATV Jamboreearapeen ATV Jamboree


Jamboree riders travel through Ferron Canyon on one of the scenic rides.

Castle Valley Youth Leadership Summit


The Castle Valley Youth Leadership Summit will be held on Sept. 23. There is a minimal fee to participate. The following is an agenda of the summit and it is subject to change. Check in time- 8:30 a.m.; breakfast- 9 a.m.; workshops-10:30 a.m.; lunch-...

Sign tampering


The Emery County Sheriff's Office reports they have received reports of campaign sign tampering in the county. Signs have been removed. Those placing campaign signs need to remember they need to get permission to place signs on private property....

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