|Published May 6, 2008|
Local scouts need some help for national project
Order of the Arrow scout Kyle Holmes helps with the flag ceremony at the Republican convention.
Historical society remembers its pioneer past
Maribelle Wareham relates the story of her ancestor who left the county to become a model and fashion buyer.
Nrcs Announces Availability Of Ama Program Funding
Wayne Greenhaulgh, District Conservationist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service in Carbon and Emery counties, announced that the private lands conservation agency is accepting applications for consideration...
Talon Resources business on the Fast Track
New incentive program to assist existing rural Utah businesses. Rural Fast Track Program will help economic development in small Utah communities.
Clean coke: Part II
The clean coke facility at the Western Energy Training Center looks to be operational by July of this year.
Sen. Bennett's Summit Part V: Using Technology to Your Advantage
Cydni Tetro presents a slideshow on new media.
Bookcliff Muzzleloaders host annual shoot
Shooters gather at the Pinnacle Peak range for the annual Bookcliff Muzzleloaders spring shoot.
Emery Students to be CEU Ambassadors
Almost 200 students applied for the 19 College of Eastern Utah Ambassador positions open for the 2008-09 academic year. After weeks of interviews, Ashton Scarlet of Kaysville; Austin Gray, Clinton; Blake Tucker, Huntington; Bruce Jensen, Elsinore; Ca...
Emery High School will host a students versus faculty Talent Show on Wed, May 7, at 7 p.m. Admission is $3 per person and all proceeds go to the Emery High Scholarship Fund. Talent categories include: impersonations, duo ear wiggling, singing, clog...
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