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Published January 15, 2008

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A Capitol Project: Renovation on Capitol Complete, the People's House Reopens


The Capitol is now one of the most earthquake proof buildings in the state.

Emery Town swears in new mayor


Mistie Christiansen is given the oath of office by Emery Town clerk Susan Praast.

DWR Looks to Introduce Otter in County


The Division of Wildlife Resources report they are studying the possibility of releasing otter in Straight Canyon.

Cleveland and Huntington City Council swears in re-elected and new members


Cleveland Town Council from left to right, Richard Murdoch, Chris Parkins (mayor) Verla Jensen and Jason Merrell. Absent from the picture is Greg Oliver who was also reelected as a council member....

Cottonwood competitive coal lease sale


The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration held a sale of its Cottonwood Competitive Coal Leasing Unit, 8,803.87 acres, on Dec. 31, 2007. The lands are located within the Wasatch Plateau, in Emery County. Two sealed bids were receiv...

Hearings on Crandall Canyon Mine Part Xvii, Mine Commission to Make Recommendations to Gov. Huntsman


The Utah Mine Safety Commission has prepared a draft of recommendations to be presented to Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.

Public lands positions open


The Emery County Public Lands council has openings available for terms which have expired and also one slot due to the resignation of council member Richard Beardall. At the January council meeting the council members voted on recommendations to send...

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