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Published April 29, 2008

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Rich Walje visits area


Rich Walje from Rocky Mountain Power.

Buckhorn Archers Spring 3D Shoot


Bow enthusiasts from throughout the area gather at Bear Creek

Community theatre requests donation


Karen Truman requests a donation for Community Theatre. Their next production is Lil Abner.

American Legion holds district convention


Local Veterans and legion members gather at the Huntington Senior Center for their annual convention of District members and leadership. They meet to conduct business and give updates on legion activities in the area. ...

Cleveland Town prepares for new sidewalks


The sidewalk contract was awarded at the April Cleveland City Council meeting. Two bids were received and the low bid by Wilson Concrete from Price was approved. The contract is for 10,000 linear feet of cement for sidewalk. Wilson bid $18 per foot. ...

Workshops for irrigation management to be held


Two irrigation water management workshops will be held on May 8.

National older Americans month


By the President of the United States of America, a proclamation. During Older Americans Month, we recognize the many ways older citizens have enriched our Nation through their character, wisdom, and love. Our country remains strong because of the fo...

CEU Graduation


The 2008 College of Eastern Utah Commencement will be held May 3 in the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center at 10:30 a.m. The graduating class numbers 382. Two hundred forty-four students will be receiving associates degrees; 54 with an Associate of App...

Benefit for Vonda Lofley


A benefit dinner and auction will be held for Vonda Lofley on May 3 from 5-9 p.m. at the Huntington Senior Center. Dinner will begin at 5 p.m. and the auction will follow.

The Morris Brothers coming to the Emery County Fair


The Morris Brothers Story

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