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Published August 12, 2008

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Crandall Canyon monument


Families mark the one year anniversary in private ceremony

County's oldest Veteran - Clyde Cox celebrates 98th birthday


Clyde Ray Cox, 98, is the oldest living World War II veteran in Carbon and Emery counties; he served his country with distinction. Clyde celebrated his 98th birthday on July 31. His children treated him to a birthday party. Miss Emery Holly Damron a...

Emery Telcom dedicates flag pole to the memory of Paul Crawford


Emery Telcom and its board of directors dedicated a flag pole to Paul Crawford for his dedicated and distinguished service to Emery Telcom. The dedication ceremony took place on July 31 at the Emery Telcom building. A flag pole for the state of Utah...

Lehi foundry pours miners memorial


On Aug. 8, Metal Arts Foundry in Lehi, began pouring the pieces to the jigsaw puzzle that will become the Crandall Canyon Miners memorial monument to be located in Huntington. On a portion of property near the cemetery on the road leading up to Hunt...

EMTS receive award for work during the Crandall Canyon disaster


The following article is an excerpt from the Utah State EMS awards ceremony in Salt Lake City.

County commission grants conditional use permit


A public hearing was held at the Aug. 5 commission meeting concerning the issuance of a Level III conditional use permit for Carnotite LLC. The uranium mine is located in the Tidwell Bottom area 3.5 miles north of the Hanksville exit. Michael McCandl...

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