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Published March 4, 2008

Local News

Snow kiters event


Snowkiters participate in their annual event in Huntington Canyon this past weekend.

DWR Presents Pilt Money


Rick Larsen presents a PILT check to the county.

Emery County gets chance to try no-till drill


Robert Newhall presents ideas on how to use the no-till drills.

Crandall Canyon miners families seek site for memorial


The memorial for the Crandall Canyon miners will face the mountain where the miners remain entombed.

A Look at Mental Health in the County


Four Corners Behavioral Health director, Jan Bodily introduces her staff at the public hearing.

Beware of thin ice


On Feb. 26., Kelly Farnsworth of Orangeville was enjoying a day of ice fishing at Millsite Reservoir. He had drilled through 17 inches of ice to reach the water, but he noticed several other areas on the lake were open water. Farnsworth was not the o...

County approves the issuance of bonds for CVSSD


The Emery County Commission approved the sale and authorization of $1.5 million in taxable general obligation public purpose bonds for the Castle Valley Special Service District. Alex Buxton was on hand to go over the sale of the bonds with the commi...

Emery County Drug Task force apprehends federal offender


The Emery County Drug Task Force was instrumental in sending a Huntington man away on federal weapons violation charges. The investigation was the result of a home invasion robbery in Huntington where the man said he had been robbed at gun point and ...

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