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Published December 26, 2006

Local News

Saving Water: Huntington/Cleveland project rolls forward


This trackhoe digs the trench for the large irrigation pipes for the Huntington/Cleveland irrigation project.

Castle Dale City talks about new arena


This photo of the new indoor arena was taken during the construction phase during the summer. An open house is scheduled for February.

Alco-shop with a Cop


The Lalanney McDonald family shops with Sgt. Jeff Thomas at ALCO.

Mining and water


Jay Mark Humphrey made a presentation to the Emery County Public Lands Council at their December meeting. Humphrey is the manager of the Emery Water Conservancy District. His presentation concerned the issue of water and subsidence from coal mining o...

Castle Dale Light Winner


Ron Pyle won the lighting contest for Castle Dale City with the most votes.

Briefly


First annual Scofield fishing derby

Trailer fire


A fire in Huntington on Tin Can Alley recently destroyed this camp trailer parked behind a residence.

Another restitution awarded to forest from damage to riparian area


Darwon D. Stansfield (27) of Helper, pled guilty on Nov. 30 in U.S. District court to damaging a riparian area by unauthorized ATV operation.

Correction


In the article entitled Hidden Treasure Found in Range Creek, which ran the Dec. 19 issue of the Emery County Progress, the statement was made that representatives from the University Of Utah and the Utah Museum of Natural History were present. They ...

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