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Too Swell to trash
Local ATV group cleans up the desert and urges people to pack it in and out
UDOT Commission Tours Southeastern Region Holds Meeting
Work for turning lanes for the San Rafael Swell is a Utah Department of Transportation project expected to be complete this season.
Stop in the name of safety: the purpose behind added stop signs in county
This stop sign at the intersection of 100 East and 100 North makes the corner a four way stop.
Catch Ricochet at the Emery County Fair
The Emery County Fair committee is excited to announce the band for the 2007 free fair concert. The concert will be held on Aug. 4 at the new starting time of 7:30 p.m.
Kids Count info about Emery County
Kids Count is a project of Voices for Utah Children that tracks the status of children and provides policy makers and citizens accurate, accessible data on child well-being. The statistics represented here are for 2006....
Elmo Town discusses new fire station
Elmo Mayor Kirt Rasmussen announced at the recent town meeting that the plans for the new fire station and town hall are moving along rapidly.
U.S. Labor Department's MSHA seeks to hire mine inspectors for duty station in Price
Loose dogs kill sheep in the Ferron area
The Emery County Sheriff's Office said there has been an increase in the number of dogs running loose in the county. These dogs have been responsible for attacks on sheep in the Ferron area. ...
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