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Published January 16, 2007

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Winter wonderland


A variety of activities abound on a winter day

School board swears in board members


Royd Hatt and Marie Guymon Johnson take their oath of office at the school board meeting to begin 2007.

Police chase ends safely with suspect arrest


This black car was the suspect vehicle which reached excessive speeds to avoid being pulled over by Sgt. Jeff Thomas of the Emery County Sheriff's Office.

Snow: blankets county


Snow blanketed the county last Friday and Saturday which will help the water situation, this past Tuesday at public lands council meeting Sherrel Ward said "The water situation is bleak," He reported that the snowpack is approximately 55 percent of n...

Elk watching


This large herd of elk in Huntington Canyon on SR-31 create a bit of attention each evening as they come out to feed.

New auto repair opens in Orangeville


Jason Mills, owner and operator of Best Tech Auto offers help to a new customer.

Briefly


Benefit plans for Caleb Sitterud

Emery County shop with a cop


Sgt. Mitch Vetere adds totals for his shopper. Wal-Mart donates shopping money each year for Emery County youth. The youth are nominated by teachers for the experience of shopping with a cop. Wal-Mart is happy to participate in this community event e...

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Jason Mills, owner and operator of Best Tech Auto offers help to a new customer.

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