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Published May 1, 2007

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no bull, this is tough

Emery High rodeo club hosts their high school rodeo

Forest Service to address wild and scenic rivers again

Huntington Creek in Huntington Canyon is to undergo the suitability process again.

It's not just about soil anymore

Members of the soil conservation districts attend the meeting in Green River.

Are the stop signs staying or going in Huntington?

The main item of discussion at the recent Huntington City Council meeting was the newly installed stop signs in the town. Councilman Bob Mills opened the discussion by stating the town has tried yield signs and they don't work. He said the reason for...

Weeds on their way out

James Nielsen prepares the sprayer for noxious weeds.


Historical society field trip

Local artist to display work at Cleveland Library

Cleveland Library will be the site of the display of local artist, Clifford Oviatt's paintings and other artwork. He has been described as having wonderful patience and great imagination. He has a photographic memory, too, which makes it easy for him...

Truck fire on Orangeville Main Street

Firefighters work to extinguish the fire.

Women's Conference at CEU

Connie Smith sits at her booth during the Women's Conference at Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on the College of Eastern Utah campus.

Accident on Highway 6

Wellington's rescue five work to pull two accident victims from wreckage following a serious collision on U.S. Highway 6 near Woodside. According to Utah State Trooper John Vasquez both passengers of the vehicle were taken to Castleview Hospital foll...

Emery County Fair Preview 2007 - New Adventures Await

The children are the most important part of any county fair and the Emery County fair board has planned a lot of activities for the local kids. The kids events at the Emery County Fair on Aug. 2-4 will all be free this year. The inflatables will be b...

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