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Published September 9, 2008

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Bushels of Fun since 1901: Annual Peach Days celebration draws crowd


The annual Peach Days celebration was held last week in Ferron. People came from far and near to celebrate, "Bushels of Fun since 1901" which was the theme for the celebration....

Crandall Canyon Miners Memorial dedication on Sept. 14 in Huntington


Huntington City has been busily preparing for the dedication of the Crandall Canyon miners memorial on Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. The dedication program will include Gov. and Mrs. Jon Huntsman. Catholic Bishop Wester and Elder Ballard from the Church of ...

Improvements along Center in Castle Dale City


Castle Dale City met in their August meeting to conduct business on a number of issues. The Emery High construction class will be building the new children's justice center in Castle Dale. The Emery County School District has donated two water sh...

Commissioner Sitterud pleads guilty to two Class A misdemeanors/County reinstates Drew Sitterud to commissioner on Sept. 2


Emery County Commissioner Drew Sitterud appeared in court on Sept. 2 at 9 a.m. for a preliminary hearing concerning charges that were filed against him earlier this year concerning misuse of public monies....

DWS updates Commission on changes at Castle Dale office


Delena Fish from the Utah Department of Workforce Services attended the Emery County Commission meeting to give her quarterly update. She noted many changes have happened in the agency and many more are coming. One of the big changes has been mov...

Emery School Board discusses school enrollment decline


Superintendant Kirk Sitterud reported to the Emery County School Board at their meeting in Castle Dale that enrollment is down in the county. This was not totally unexpected because the projections were the district would be down 17 students this...

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