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Published July 10, 2007

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Projects on the forest


Lance Sudweeks, Randall Stilson, Commissioner Gary Kofford, Morris Sorensen, Vernell Rowley, Tom Lloyd and Ray Petersen on the field trip.

A Buzz Of Activity at the Museum Of the San Rafael


The new sign goes in at the Museum of the San Rafael.

Emery County Fair Preview 2007, New Adventures Await: T. E. T. W. P.


Gary Arrington of Desertview Federal Credit Union wears his pink shirt.

Commission approves addendum to county plan


The Emery County Public Lands Department and the planning and zoning have been working on an addendum to the county plan. A public hearing was held at the July 3 commission meeting to take public input on the document....

Lot values may be on their way up if State has its way


County Assessor Kris Bell brought up the matter of the assessment of lot values. She has been instructed by the state that the lot values in the county are too low. Residential values have increased by 18 percent and the state wants the lot values br...

Green River Community Center news


Children at the Green River Community Center/Boys and Girls Club with the donated soccer balls.

Fire restrictions expanded statewide


Wildland fire managers have announced that fire restrictions currently in effect in Washington County and areas west of Interstate 15 have been expanded as of July 4. The restrictions apply to all federal, state, and private lands and remain in effec...

CSI Camp


Tyler Tucker dusts for fingerprints at the mock crime scene at CSI Camp.

Jungle fire update


Crews continue to make good progress on the Jungle Fire; they continue to patrol and monitor the firelines for hot spots and smokes. Structure protection is in place for the Ferron summer homes. The fire is burning in beetle killed aspen, fir and spr...

Detection of allergens shows that trend could be dangerous


A growing number of the 12 million Americans with food allergies are ignoring widespread food-label warnings about the possible unintentional presence of allergens, putting them at increased risk for a potentially serious reaction, a new study sugges...

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