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Published September 26, 2006

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Manly meets Chief Wakara: Historic re-enactment in Green River


Michael Kane as William Manly and Lakota John as Chief Wakara re-enact Manly's landing in Green River.

ATV Troubles on the Manti-lasal Forest


Responsible ATV riders like these from the Arapeen ATV jamboree are part of the solution to ATV abuse.

American Legion unveils plans for monument


Ray Quinn shows a model of the Veteran's monument.

Kunal Sah comes back to America alone


Kunal Sah sits and looks through a photo album of happier times when he and his family were together in America with KSL reporter Alex Cabrero.

Emery District adopts new attendance policy for district schools


One of the components of No Child Left Behind on the federal level and U-PASS on the state level is attendance. Schools are expected to achieve a certain attendance standard each year or risk not making "Adequate Yearly Progress."...

Seventh District Judicial Vacancy Announced


Applications are now being accepted for a District Court judge position in the Seventh Judicial District, which includes Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan counties. The position will replace Judge Bruce K. Halliday who announced his retirement effec...

Arapeen ATV Jamboreearapeen ATV Jamboree


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

Free State Parks Day Sept. 30


Celebrate Free State Parks Day and National Public Lands Day Saturday, Sept. 30. Day-use fees will be waived at all Utah state parks. (Special fees, such as golf and camping fees still apply.) Visit for the day or volunteer to improve your state park...

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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