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Published February 19, 2008

Local News

Snow, is there enough?


Emery Water Conservancy reports on totals

Green River swears in new mayor


New Green River Mayor Pat Brady took the oath of office on Wednesday.

Coal mining and dams


Bret Dixon from the Division of Water Rights talks about Grassy Trail Dam at the DOGM meeting in Castle Dale.

Huntington/Cleveland updates salinity project


Huntington Cleveland Irrigation Company recently held its annual meeting which included an update concerning the $47.8 million salinity project which is now underway. Larry Perkins and Ross Wilson from JUB Engineering are the engineers working on the...

Improvements at Joe's Valley Marina


Work continues on the new dining area for the Joe's Valley Marina.

Networking teacher of the year award to Roberts


Wayne Roberts receives Networking Teacher of the Year Award, Sponsored by Novell and the Utah State Office of Education

USDA to Accept Crop, Feed, Livestock Losses


Kent Jorgensen, executive director for USDA Farm Service Agency in Emery and Carbon counties announced that eligible farmers and ranchers who suffered livestock, livestock feed and crop losses that occurred before Dec. 31, 2007 can apply to receive d...

Huntington Elementary Valentine Carnival


This girl tries golfing with her mother's instruction. There were at least 20 booths with games along with baked goods and crafts for the children. This carnival is an annual event at Huntington Elementary. ...

Sitla Report to Public Lands


Bryan Torgerson of the Utah School and Institutional Trusts Lands Administration informed the Emery County Public Lands Council of the groups intent to auction a portion of land near Lawrence. ...

Hearings on Crandall Canyon mine Part XXII


Mine Commission to make recommendations to Gov. Huntsman

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