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Published March 20, 2007

Local News

Lockdown: Emergency team trains at Canyon View and Cottonwood schools

The first response team gets ready to enter the Canyon View Junior High in Huntington.

Lady Spartans say thanks for the community support

Frankie Komar signs the game ball from the championship game. The ball will rest in the trophy case along with the trophy and the championship net.

Orangeville addresses animal issues

Resolution R2007 was discussed and adopted by the Orangeville City Council on March 8. This resolution deals with pets and the fees and charges to be assessed by the court for animal control violations....

Green River says yes to refinery

The old Nampa oil refinery. The new oil refinery to be built in Green River will look similar to this one.

North Emery Water is the best

Laura Fillmore accepts the award for North Emery Water for the best tasting water in the state of Utah from Danny Fleming, Rural Water Board President.


Public Notice for Green River flooding

Road construction to begin at Rilda

Craig Johansen with the Emery County Special Service District #1 said two contractors had been to the site showing of the Rilda Canyon road project. When the bids were received, only one of the contractors had bid on the construction of the road. ...

Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry

The quarry will reopen on March 23. It will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Memorial weekend, afterwhich it will be open daily through Labor Day weekend. Weekends through September and October. A grand reopening will be held April 28 w...

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