|Published December 5, 2006|
Santa Claus hears the Christmas wishes of Dylan Stead.
Commission talks about urban interface fire plan
Fire is always a concern for communities near or in a forest.
Commission hears citizen concerns on hunting near towns/cities
Hunting deer close to communities has become a concern for local residents.
Bear finds new home at Book Cliff
Doug Johnson, right, donated this bear that he harvested in the Green River area to Principal Nolan Johnson, left, and Book Cliff Elementary. Book Cliff Elementary's mascot is a bear, so he will be on display at the school. There will be a contest f...
Emery County welcomes new businesses
Linda Jewkes, Will, Tiffany and Tyler Jeffs, Sonny Olsen, Mike McCandless, Mike Hurdsman and Sharon Earl cut the ribbon at the new Farm Bureau Financial Service Building.
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...
Emery County Historical Society Visits MK Tunnels
Members of the Emery County Historical Society appear very small in comparison to the opening in the main tunnel at MK Tunnels.
Emery County Historical Society
Miera family fundraiser in Cleveland
Amy Lofley helps in the kitchen during the fund raiser.
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