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Published July 1, 2008

Emery County News

Larry Davis new EHS principal

The Emery County School District announces the appointment of Larry Davis as the new principal at Emery High School beginning Aug. 1. Principal Davis has 30 years in the field of education, 22 as a teacher and eight as an administrator. He has been t...

Election results are in

In the recent primary election, for the Republican state treasurer race, Richard K. Ellis won the race in Emery County over Mark Walker. For the Democratic House Seat #69, Christine Watkins prevailed in Green River over Grady McEvoy. District wide 85...

Bikers against child abuse

Huge fundraising event draws riders from near and far

Scout leaders honor local officials

Five hundred and fifty scouts, their leaders and instructors lived in Huntington for one week working on the tamarisk removal project. As they worked on their project and came to know a little about Emery County and the surrounding area, they had man...

HCIC holds tour of salinity project

Huntington/Cleveland Irrigation Company toured their salinity project along with invited guests from various agencies. The tour began at the Huntington North Reservoir which is part of the salinity project. Instead of building another reservoir, the ...

School district gives awards

The Emery School District Board of Education honored their retirees from the district at their June budget meeting. Kirk Sitterud, superintendent, jokingly said the four retirees had enough and were retiring. He thanked them for their faithful servic...

First San Rafael Triathlon draws big crowd

The Emery County Search and Rescue sponsored the first San Rafael Classic Triathlon at the Huntington State Park. The event started with signups and a spaghetti dinner on Friday and the race on Saturday. Winners included: Male Overall: Ian Anderson ...

Wild horse and burro adoption held in Castle Dale

In 1971, the Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service were given the authority to manage the free roaming wild horses and burros on federal lands. Since that time, the BLM and the US Forest Service have adopted out more than 200,000 animal...

Joes Valley Reservoir spills June 21, right on schedule

In the article titled Public Lands Council Discusses Water and Chubs at Joe's Valley published in the June 17 issue of the Emery County Progress, several concerns were raised about early releases of water and the implied impacts because of those rele...

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