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Published April 3, 2007

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Emery County Progress is no. 1 in the Utah Press Association contest


Progress takes all the marbles at state convention

Economic development council visits the North Springs shooting range


The cowboy action shooting town at the North Springs shooting range. It is named Castle Gate and will be the site of many cowboy style shooting competitions.

OHV Club Hosts Annual Poker Ride


Mary Lue Bentley punches poker cards for riders as they come through checkpoint number two.

Ferron City hosts clean-up


McKay MECCAriello helps at the cleanup.

Spring things


Cleveland Town hosts annual Easter egg hunt.

Sitla and DWR Reach Agreement on Lands


SITLA land in Emery County.

Briefly


Southeastern Utah District Health Department offering meningococcal meningitis vaccine free for a limited time

Charley Jenkins back by popular demand at the Emery County Fair concert


Charley Jenkins sings for the crowd at the Emery County Fair concert 2006.

Trespass at Joe's Valley $1,000 reward offered


Pictured are the trespassers at Joe's Valley Dam.

Forest Service update


The US Forest Service update was given by Mesia Nyman, Ferron District Ranger at the March public lands council meeting. She encouraged everyone to buy an America the Beautiful pass from the Ferron Office. They are $80 or $10 if over age 62. This pas...

Huntington City council reviews open meeting guidelines


Huntington Mayor Jackie Wilson instructed the city council about open and public meetings. "The state regulations say we must have this training session," stated Mayor Wilson.

Mountain man rendezvous to be held for scouts


A mountain man rendezvous will be held for all boy scouts, varsity and venturing scouts at the Buckhorn rendezvous site. Come and join the fun on the Buckhorn.

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SITLA land in Emery County.

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