|Published September 23, 2008|
Emery County News
Melon Splash: Annual celebration of the Green River melon
The annual Melon Days celebration was held over the weekend in Green River.
Ground breaking for CJC
The Emery County Children's Justice Center is closer to becoming a reality. The official ground breaking ceremony took place on Sept. 19. The ground has been prepared and the foundation is already in place. The Emery High construction class will ...
Public hearing for zoning for the Mancos Hills Industrial Park
The Emery County Planning and Zoning commission held their September meeting in Green River along with a public hearing. The public hearing was to receive input on the proposed zoning change for the Mancos Hills Industrial Park. The area being co...
United Way hosts dental clinic
Deegan Minchey, 7, gets some dental work done at a week long clinic sponsored by United Way. Dr. Deb Perry, technician Sylvia Case and technician Judy Mackey worked throughout the week to provide the dental services. This is the second year Unite...
Commissioner Kofford calls for Sitterud's resignation
Commission meeting on Sept 16 became a little heated as Commissioner Gary Kofford called for Commissioner Drew Sitterud's resignation. The meeting began with Commissioner Drew Sitterud being officially reinstated from his administrative leave ste...
COG hears BEAR program benefits and directives
The Emery County Council of Governments, which consists of Commissioner Drew Sitterud and the Mayors from all the Emery County cities and towns, held its quarterly meeting on Sept. 16. Commissioner Sitterud welcomed everyone to the meeting and be...
Irrigation workshop on Sept. 30
An irrigation water management workshop will be held on Sept. 30. The workshop will be held at the USDA Service Center, 1090 North Des Bee Dove Road, in Castle Dale, from 6-8 p.m. ...
No-till Plantings Tour
More than 400 acres have been planted using the new no-till drills purchased by the San Rafael Conservation District and Castleland RCandD. Crops planted to date: oats, triticale, wheat, corn, sorghum Sudan grass, fescue grass, orchardgrass, alfa...
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