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Published August 14, 2007

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Hope burns bright for trapped miners in Crandall Canyon Mine in Huntington Canyon


The candles spell out the word hope at the candlelight vigil at the rodeo grounds in Huntington on Wednesday evening. They also spell out the number six.

Emery commissioners approve wage increase for county workers in the road department and sheriff"s office


Emery County has been involved these past months in a salary adjustments survey. They have been looking at salary bases on how the county compares to other counties and some cities. The survey was completed by Personnel Systems and Services....

Rescue continues at Crandall Canyon mine for trapped miners


The community gathers together on Friday at the Huntington Elementary to show their support and prayers for the six miners, their families and the rescue workers who continue to work hard to find their friends and family members....

Cowboy poetry night at ranch


A night of cowboy poetry will be presented by the Emery County Historical Society and Castle Valley Ranch on Aug. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at Castle Valley Outdoors on Emery's Muddy Creek. You are invited to a night of: cowboy poetry by local cowboy poets; m...

Rocky Mountain Power gives update to Emery Commission


The Emery County Commission opened bids for the conversion of the power line at the landfill. Two bids were received one totaling $5,311 from Lofthouse Electric and one for $6,510 from Dean Allen Electric. The bid was awarded to Lofthouse. The bid fo...

Hope in the Park


Hope in the Park benefit concert for our miners will be held on Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Main Street park. Live entertainment and concessions will be sold. All proceeds go to the families of the miners. Pass the hope and come join in the s...

Wilberg mine disaster widows


The Wilberg mine disaster widows wish to send their love to the families of the Crandall Canyon Coal miners. They send their blessings and their hearts are with the families. ...

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