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Published April 22, 2008

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Work continues on Lawrence cemetery project


Volunteers mark the unknown graves at Lawrence Cemetery.

Elmo celebrates opening of new fire station


Not your ordinary scissor cut for a ribbon cutting, but the extrication device for the fire department makes the cut as Clark Atwood, fire chief demonstrates its use.

Sen. Bennett's Summit Part Iv: the Future Of Natural Gas in Utah


Dr. Raymond Levey speaks about natural gas development.

Emery High rodeo: rides again


Castle Dale welcomes high school rodeo participants from across the state

Wind damage


High winds in Emery County last week caused much damage to trees and some power outages. This tree in the yard of Kollette and Mike Cologie was split by the storm.

Looking for the new Miss Castle Dale


Castle Dale City would like girls from ages 4-21 to be contestants in the Miss Castle Dale Pageant. Contestants must live in Castle Dale. Each contestant will be judged on appearance, talent and interview. Winners will receive cash prizes, crowns a...

Informational meeting on teenage drinking


Verne Larsen with participants in the teenage drinking seminar.

Union Pacific announces openings for locomotive electronic technicians and diesel electricians


With nearly 40 percent of its workforce reaching retirement age in the next five years and the strong demand for railroad service, Union Pacific Railroad is aggressively recruiting and hiring locomotive electronic technicians and diesel electricians ...

County Democrats hold convention


Utah State Senator Mike Dmitrich, Bevan Wilson and Rep. Brad King visit prior to the convention. Emery County Commissioner Gary Kofford in the back.

Market values in Emery County are rising


Property values in Emery County are going up because of a huge demand from buyers and a small supply of homes available. There is a buying and building boom in the county and properties are selling for more than they have in the past. The Utah State ...

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