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Published October 30, 2007

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Fish, mercury and Joe's Valley


Justin Hart with a cutthroat caught at Joe's Valley Reservoir.

Fright night: Canyon View holds Spook Alley


Scary creatures abound at the Canyon View Junior High spook alley. The FCCLA club under the direction of Donn Jeffs sponsor the event.

Huntington City holds hearing on Crandall Canyon expenses


Mayor Hilary Gordon receives a plaque from the Council of Governments which is presented by Emery County Commissioner Drew Sitterud, applauding the work Huntington City did during the Crandall Canyon Mine Disaster....

Green River Medical Center serves community


The Green River Medical Center is the only medical facility along I-70 for miles. It serves local residents as well as travelers.

Emery Scholarship fund to host haunted corn patch in Castle Dale


The haunted corn patch near Castle Dale will be the site for some scary stuff on Halloween night from 8-10 p.m.

Deputies capture escaped convict


Sydney Benner led deputies on a chase through Ferron and north on SR-10.

Prairie dogs source of concern


The prairie dog has need of management to prevent listing.

Castle Dale City's Great Pumpkin Festival


This girl waits for the costume contest to begin.

Green River City meet the candidate night


Green River City Council Candidates speak out

Commission Hears BLM Update, Forest Service Update and Airport Concerns


Roger Bankert, the Bureau of Land Management director gave an update on BLM activities. They are working on increasing the budget for law enforcement with Emery County for the patrols on the desert. A new vehicle is coming for the desert patrol deput...

Hearings on Crandall Canyon Mine Begin: Part Vii; Public Comments


The Utah Mine Safety Commission continues to hear public comments in their meetings as well as presentations by professionals in the area of mining.

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