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Published May 22, 2007

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Fehlberg breaks record


Camille Fehlberg from EHS sets 300m. hurdle record. More state track continued in May 29 edition of the Emery County Progress.

Proud to be an American


Dixie Swasey presents Aspen Bloomer with her award.

Paul Crawford goes off line after 36 years/ Emery Telcom's annual meeting report


Sam Singleton and Niles Snyder greet Paul Crawford at his retirement party from Emery Telcom.

Ferron discusses water schedule


At the recent Ferron City Council meeting, Council person Jo Sansevero expressed concern over the water situation in Ferron. "We have people who are watering during all hours of the day. On the recommendations of the State of Utah, there is to be no ...

Bird watching at Desert Lake


The Division of Wildlife Resources sponsored a water bird viewing event on Saturday, May 5 at Desert Lake in Emery County from 8 a.m. until noon. The event commemorated national celebrations of Migratory Bird Day and Wetlands Day. The event was free...

Briefly


On Saturday, the Emery County Sheriff's Office and Utah Highway Patrol troopers were involved in a stand off with a male subject. A 911 call came into Grand County dispatch from a male subject who advised he was distraught and wanted to be involved i...

Buckhorn Reservoir rain water


It's not too often you see Buckhorn Reservoir with much water, but after recent rains the water level rose. If more moisture isn't received this water will quickly evaporate and soak into the ground....

DWR Update and Commissioners Discuss Museum Roof Project


Rick Larsen of the Division of Wildlife Resources spoke to the Emery County Commissioners recently. "This is my first time here at commission meeting and I am glad to be here. When Derris Jones retired, the state asked me to fill in for his position,...

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