|Published September 2, 2008|
Emery County News
Once again, the Emery County Historical Society hosted its annual cowboy poetry and dutch oven dessert night at Castle Valley Outdoors. As usual, the evening was filled with talented poets and gifted singers. Country Rose, Barbara Moore, Doris Wa...
Green River to receive an economic boost
The Emery County Commission approved the development lease between SITLA and Emery County for the property located west of Green River which will become the industrial park. This approval could give Green River the economic boost it's been waitin...
Judge Stream to pick-up Green River justice court judge duties
The Commission decides to leave Judge Burns' Green River Justice Court position unfilled at this time.
Emery County Progress and Stewarts Market team up for food bank
The Emery County Progress newspaper has been partnering with Stewarts Market in Castle Dale to help the Emery County Food Bank. For every subscription sold the Progress donated $5 towards the purchase of food from Stewart's Market for the food ba...
A look at plans for the Mancos Hills Industrial Park
Green River has become a spot of interest for the potential development of nuclear power resources. A nuclear power company is looking at Green River as a possible location for their plant and Mancos Resources, a uranium milling company is lookin...
Sink hole is no more
The very dangerous sink hole, about 30 feet in diameter and at least 25 feet deep that was discovered on the San Rafael in April has now been filled. It was determined to be an old mine shaft which water had gotten into and caved in creating a ha...
Ferron announces honored citizens for Peach Days
Kenneth Ray Wareham was born Aug. 5, 1924, in Ferron to Kenneth and Lyda Wild Wareham. His father was a farmer and coal miner and his grandfather Earnest Wild was also a farmer. Ray was the oldest child of five boys (Ray, Max, Earnest, Dick, and ...
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