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Published December 25, 2007

Local News

Castle Dale approves subdivision

This vacant lot could soon be the site for new homes in Castle Dale.

Angel Tree to help needy area families

Emery County Commissioner Drew Sitterud is one of Santa's helpers as he reads the list, checks it twice and fills the wishes of a child in Emery County.

Alco Shop with a Cop

Teress Ore shops with Deputy Tosha Barnett.

Clawson gathers together to celebrate the season

Corbin Bloomer of Clawson sits on Santa's lap and tells her Christmas wishes.

Emery Water conservancy update water forecast

During the public hearing held recently at the Emery Water Conservancy District, comments were heard concerning the 2007 budget amendments and questions were answered concerning the 2008 budget. Following discussion of both the issues, the public he...

Huntington City Council hears issues

At their last city council meeting of 2007, the members of Huntington City Council heard both sides of an issue making the rounds in Emery County. The issue of changing the county ordinance requiring 10 acres to build on in the county to just two acr...

Funding for rural projects include Emery County

The Senate approved a major spending bill late Dec. 20, by a vote of 76 to 17, which will fund continued operation of the federal government for the next fiscal year and includes over $290 million for Utah projects requested by Senator Bob Bennett (R...

Hearings on Crandall Canyon Mine Part Xiv: Darwin Guymon Addresses Mine Commission

The Utah Mine Safety Commission continues to take testimony to help them in their task of compiling a report for Gov. Jon Huntsman regarding the role of the state in mining.

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