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Published December 19, 2006

Local News

DWR Officer Discovers Ancient Relic in Range Creek


Clifford Duncan and Kathy Green examine a flute after the ancient artifact was removed from its resting place high in the cliffs above Range Creek. The flute will eventually be displayed at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum in downtown...

Santa at the Bank


Local banks host tree decorating event.

Coach of the year


Evan Excell presents Steven Gordon with the 3A coach of the year award. Gordon is the girl's basketball coach at Emery High.

Emery youth decorate Veteran's graves


Veteran's graves in Emery receive a Christmas Wreath from Live Earth.

Ranchers workshop


As a business owner, would you like to do less work and make more money? That was the topic of a ranching seminar held in Green River on Dec. 13. "Our business (our ranch) must make unsubsidized profit; otherwise our ranch is just an expensive hobby,...

Huntington Christmas


McKoy Kemple takes her turn to hit the pinata with the stick.

Miners lose jobs


On Dec. 15, UtahAmerican Energy Inc. announced that the company had temporarily reduced its workforce by 114 employees effective Dec. 14.

Emery Service Club gives Green River Little League a Christmas Gift


The Green River Little League received a Christmas gift from the Emery Service Club of Castle Dale. Pictured above, Emery Jones of the Emery Service Club presents a check for a little over $900 to Shlisha Hughes, coordinator of the Green River Little...

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