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Published March 11, 2008

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Residential treatment center denied in Ferron

Charlotte Williams speaks with the Ferron City Council.

Search to begin for Miss Emery 2008

Karrie Johansen, Miss Emery 2007 does her ballet dance at the competition last summer.

Legislature establishes Office of Coal Mine Safety

Utah lawmakers have established the Office of Coal Mine Safety in the Utah Labor Commission. The office will be headed by a director appointed by the Labor Commissioner. The legislation establishing the new office is the by-product of the Crandall Ca...

Facelift for Emery County Care and Rehab

On the list of upcoming and current projects for the Emery County Municipal Building Authority is the condition of Emery Care and Rehab Center in Ferron. The building is about 40 years old and the building is in need of an upgrade. During the last me...

Senate Minority Leader Mike Dmitrich will not seek re-election

Senator Mike Dmitrich addresses the crowd at the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association banquet held in November 2007.

Museum of the San Rafael prepares for new dinosaur

Clifford Oviatt along with his wife Verlynn have been busily preparing the new mural at the Museum of the San Rafael. This mural will serve as the back drop for the new dinosaur which will be unveiled on March 27. The dinosaur replica is one that was...

Cleveland Principal Ed Clark shaves mustache for a worthy cause

Lori Huntington shaves the mustache off Principal Ed Clark at Cleveland Elementary. Inset photos show the new Ed Clark, without the mustache and Mrs. Clark joins Mr. Clark for a look at the clean shaven face....


Senator Mike Dmitrich addresses the crowd at the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association banquet held in November 2007.

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