|Published November 28, 2006|
Young dancers from the tribe, Many Running Children perform for parents, grandparents and friends.
Cleveland Town news
Councilman Greg Oliver and Cleveland's newest councilmember, Verla Jensen.
Wildfire plan for county
Firemen work to put out a fire on Nelson Mountain a couple of years ago.
IT director, Jeff Guymon, County Clerk Brenda Dugmore and Commissioner Drew Sitterud canvass the election results from the Nov. 7 mid-term election.
Xto Donates Money
Garth Childs, county fire chief, accepts a check from Ray Trujillo of XTO while Sgt. Martin Wilson, Deputy Shaun Bell, Randy Nielson, Clark Atwood, Richard Herring, Jeff Clement and Christy Weston look on. ...
Orangeville City news
Ron Pyle, a resident of Castle Dale, was on the Orangeville City agenda. He said, "Most towns are increasing the number of dogs that can be owned by residents. When I first came to Emery County, I wanted to live in Orangeville but the ordinance was r...
Live Earth to honor Veterans at Christmas
Councilman Pat Sundstrom stated that Dave Taylor of Live Earth has purchased 94 Christmas wreaths to be displayed on the graves of the veterans in the Emery Cemetery. Russell Taylor said, "This program began in Arlington Cemetery and Dave felt it wou...
Elk visits Huntington
This elk visits the Horton home in Huntington.
A fundraiser benefit will be held for Kayden Gale, son of Josh and Tammy Gale, grandson of Garth and Lori Labrum, of Orangeville, who had a kidney transplant on Nov. 14. The benefit will be held Dec. 1 at Cottonwood Elementary beginning at 4 p.m. wit...
Fatal accident near Emery
A car traveling southbound on SR-10 near Emery at milepost 14 left the roadway and ended up going up an enbankment and rolling onto its top. The driver was 19 year old Mabeleine Yazzie from Roosevelt who suffered severe head trauma in the accident....
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