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Published June 3, 2008

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Memorial Day


County honors Veterans both living and dead

Green River High field trip shows career options


Green River students gather at the court house in Castle Dale to learn about the courts from Judge Thomas

EHS Drama Department Participates in Training with the Emery County Sheriff's Office


The first responders get ready to enter the high school for a training exercise. At left: Deputy Kay Jensen, Sgt. Les Wilberg, Deputy Shaun Bell and Deputy Mike Jorgensen.

Local author's first book hits the shelves


Author Bevan Olsen holds his first book, "The Littlest Nephite"

Accident on SR-10 Closes Road


The blue Volkswagon was hit from the rear in the accident involving a Coke truck.

Sculpture for miners memorial gets closer to completion


Karen Templeton works in clay on the left side of the monument for the miners that were killed at Crandall Canyon in her studio. Templeton intends for part of this side of the monument to be the first piece to go to the foundry in Utah County....

Green River has Americorps volunteers in town


Green River welcomes the new volunteers with a Pirate Party.

Ferron American Legion performs Memorial Day tributes


Red Hess, Don Peterson, Dennis Nelson, Phillip Nelson, Clifford Snow, Lou Sansevero, Perk Allred, and Bryce Synderguard.

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