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Published January 22, 2008

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Castle Dale City begins new year


Council members Kollette Cologie, Brad Giles and Joel Dorsch begin four more years of service.

Hearings on Crandall Canyon mine Part XVIII


Mine Commission Chairman, Scott Matheson discusses recommendations to go to the governor.

Orangeville City council swears in new members


Ruanne Leeflang, City Recorder, swears in Courtney Cox and Kevin Reynold to their council positions. Not pictured is Jeff Tuttle who took the oath earlier in the day.

Mine Commission recommends getting help from Sheriff Guymon


Sheriff LaMar Guymon, Capt. Kyle Ekker with the Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner Scott T. Duncan during the Crandall Canyon mine disaster on August of 2007.

Huntington City discusses a business license


Huntington Land Use Administrator Gary Arrington opened the presentation concerning the business property located at 54 West Center in Huntington with a brief history of the property. He said in 2003, a person bought the property and opened a manufac...

Historical Society plans program


Emery County Historical Society welcomes you to join them for Secrets of the Desert presented by Wade Allinson on Jan. 24, 6:30 p.m. at the Museum of the San Rafael.

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.

Food bank gets ready to scout for food


The community is encouraged to start saving a can of food a week in preparation for the national Scouting for Food drive on March 29.

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