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Published April 17, 2007

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Rough and tumble: Junior wrestlers test their strength on the mat


Junior Spartan wrestlers end their season with a tournament. More wrestlers in April 24 issue of the Emery County Progress.

Emery County Sheriff's Office firearms training


Deputies fire their weapons during training at the sheriff's gun range near the landfill.

Grant for kiosk at swinging bridge


The San Rafael river flows under the swinging bridge. A kiosk will be put in at the site with information about the history of the bridge and surrounding area.

North Emery water award


Jack Stoyanoff, Randy Bell, Ken Snook and Laura Fillmore.

Graduation to move back to the auditorium


Superintendent Kirk Sitterud said he had been approached by the Emery High senior class and they want to move the graduation ceremony back to the auditorium from the Spartan Center. Each senior would be given six-eight tickets. The auditorium has a b...

Emery County Fair Preview 2007 a New Adventure Awaits


Jerry Frasier, comic magician

Fire at Chicks


The interior ceiling fell down on the bar during the fire.

Volunteers gather items for Emery County Food Bank


Cathy Sitterud and Dana Montgomery of Curves in Castle Dale, are shown with the food collected during their recent food drive. The food was donated to the Emery County Food Bank. Volunteers from the food bank helped load the food donated by the emplo...

Rescue at the Wedge


A call came in from the Wedge area on Saturday night which called for emergency help for a man who had fallen. Gregory Fleming, 46, from Heber City fell about six feet from a small cliff. He suffered a head injury with severe bleeding. The reporting ...

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