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Published November 20, 2007

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A Place to Remember


Huntington Mayor Hilary Gordon and Mike Mower from the governor's office meets with family members and artists on the site of the memorial for Crandall Canyon miners. The site is the small rest area on the way up Huntington Canyon....

Hearings on Crandall Canyon Mine Begin: Part X


Governor Jon Huntsman reports to Utah Mine Commission

United Way: Big boost for local communities


Emery County residents receive dental care at no cost from the Dental Clinic. Dr. Deborah Perry from the Ogden Clinic and Judy Mackey from the Provo Clinic care for the patient....

American Legion Post 42 Auxiliary honors returned Veterans


AJ Cave and Rex Randall are two of the local area guardsman who have just recently returned from Iraq. They are honored at an American Legion Post 42 Auxiliary luncheon.

USDA Streamlines Forms and Rules for Farm Loan Programs


Bruce Richeson, Executive Director of USDA's Farm Service Agency in Utah said recently that the forms and rules for USDA's farm loan programs will be modernized by Jan. 1, 2008, to make it easier for America's farmers, ranchers and producers to apply...

National Adoption Awareness Month: Part III


This baby was adopted by loving parents.

Are subdivision changes in the future for planning and zoning?


A proposed ordinance change for building requirements in the unincorporated areas of Emery County is stirring thoughts and comments. This proposal has come about due to a number of requests from citizens wishing to build in those areas but the 10 acr...

High speed chase leads to arrest


A high speed chase in Green River on Nov. 14 led to the arrest of three subjects from Minnesota who were driving a stolen car.

Deceased truck driver in Green River


The WestWinds truck stop in Green River called the Emery County Sheriff's Office to report a trucking company had called trying to locate a driver they had not heard from in a few days. ...

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