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Published March 25, 2008

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Ordinance change allows for development of two acre lots in the county


Emery County commissioners approve the subdivision ordinance. Gary Kofford, Drew Sitterud and Jeff Horrocks.

Matheson visits county


Rep. Jim Matheson tours the Bucyrus plant in Huntington

Van collides with coal truck near Huntington


Rescue crews work to extract the injured man from the van just north of Huntington.

Castle Dale appoints equestrian board


"Castle Dale City has advertised for volunteers to serve on the equestrian center advisory board," said Castle Dale Mayor Neal Peacock. "This is not a paid position and their job is to advise Councilman Joel Dorsch concerning the operation of the cen...

Armed robbery in Green River


At approximately 4 a.m. on March 23 the Emery County Dispatch call center received a 911 call from Ace Gunsolley. He is the night clerk at the Holiday Inn Express. He reported an armed robbery had just occurred at the hotel. Gunsolley stated that a m...

Castle Valley Special Service District meeting


Castle Valley Special Service District attorney Craig Bunnell, CVSSD manager Darrel Leamaster, boardmember Eric Anderson, boardmember Delyle Larsen and boardmember Vernell Rowley....

CEU Pres. Thomas to Resign


Ryan Thomas, president of the College of Eastern Utah.

Matheson answers questions at Emery High


Rep. Jim Matheson answers questions from Emery High students.

A Night at the Museum


A night at the Museum will be held at the Museum of the San Rafael on March 27 at 6 p.m. featuring the newest nodosaur Animantarx-ramaljonesi. A coloring contest will be announced that night, along with tours, an open house, and slide show. Unveiling...

Construction season to begin


Construction begins on U.S. 6 from Wellington to Grassy Trail Creek

Elmo struggles with unpaid water bills


At Elmo's recent town council meeting, Mayor Kirt Rasmussen informed the council of the problems being incurred with overdue water bills. "We are working with the law firm Heugly and Olsen trying to recover the $6,000 owed us in unpaid water bills. T...

Fines for mining company


The U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration has assessed $420,300 in fines against Andalex Resources Inc. for violations relating to potential fire and explosion hazards at the Aberdeen Mine in Price. ...

Hearings on Crandall Canyon mine Part XXIV


Senator Kennedy Senate report released on mine disaster

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