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Published September 5, 2014

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Rocky Mountain Power president visits Castle Country


Richard Walje, president of Rocky Mountain Power, said he has been visiting local communities since 2003. He feels it's important to keep people informed. This visit was to Castle Country where he spoke at the Tuscan to all interested parties. He met...

Tony Basso celebrates 25 years in business

5 days ago

The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce hosted Tony Basso as their luncheon speaker for September. He is celebrating 25 years in business with many special activities and promotions at his Tony Basso GM and other businesses. Twenty-five years ago Basso...

Free Entrance to all National Parks on Saturday

5 days ago

This Saturday, September 27, celebrate National Public Lands Day by heading to a national park to play, learn, serve, or work. The 21st annual event will feature free admission to every National Park Service site, as well as special activities and v...

Sept. 23 Emery county commission meeting

8 days ago

The Emery County Board of County Commissioners met on Sept. 23 for their regular meeting. The board approved the cancellation of the Commission meeting scheduled for Nov. 11, Veteran's Day. There will only be one commission meeting in November on Nov...

School District names new Cottonwood Principal

8 days ago

Superintendent Kirk L. Sitterud and the Emery County School District Administration would like to announce that John Hughes has been named as interim principal at Cottonwood Elementary School for the remainder of the...

Dennis Jones appears in court

15 days ago

Dennis Jones appeared in court on Sept. 16 for his initial appearance in the Seventh District Court in Castle Dale. Judge Thomas was presiding. Jones is scheduled for a Preliminary Hearing on October 21, at 10:30 a.m....

Chukar Numbers Up from Last Year

15 days ago

The number of chukar partridge in Utah keeps climbing.

Man killed at Westridge mine

15 days ago

East Carbon Police along with the Carbon County Medical Examiner were dispatched to UtahAmerican Energy's Westridge Mine early Tuesday morning to investigate the death of an employee at the eastern Carbon County coal mine....

Commission approves agreements to bring Huntington Trail system one step closer

22 days ago

In the Sept. 9 meeting of the Emery County Commissioners, Jeff Guymon was awarded the employee of the month for September.

Employee of the month: Jeff Guymon

22 days ago

Jeff Guymon has worked for Emery County for 14 years as the IS/GIS Director/Network Engineer. During this time, he has proven his dedication to his job. He is the "go to" person for everyone in the Courthouse. On any given day you may find him wor...

Preserving memories of a local ghost town

22 days ago

Every ghost town has a history. Without preservation, these histories fade and are forgotten. Coal City is a ghost town with a fascinating past. Through the efforts of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Utah State...

School board hears report on Cottonwood Elementary

26 days ago

The Emery County School Board met at Cottonwood Elementary for their September meeting. The board approved Mike Scow as a part-time custodian for Canyon View Junior High and Claron Durrant as a three hour educational assistant for kindergarten at Hun...

Kids' Fishing Day at Green River State Park

26 days ago

DWR will provide tackle and teach kids how to fish.

UVU to Host Free Utah Certified Work Conference for Employers

26 days ago

Utah Valley University Community College Programs, UVU's Community and Continuing Education Department, the Department of Workforce Services, and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah are sponsoring an employer symposium titled "Utah Certified...

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