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Published September 30, 2008

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Clawson Day: Annual Harvest festival celebration


Clawson Day activities included crafts for the children where they made sailboats and then a rain storm passed through and filled the gutter with enough water to try out their new boats. The bake sale was held in the town hall along with a sloppy...

Emery County Aquatics Center awaits the first plunge


Well, it's not time to take the plunge just yet, but the Emery County Aquatics Center is nearing completion. The project has been several years in the making with the funding process taking a couple of years and now the building process is closin...

Jake Garn presents program to Emery High


Jake Garn visited Emery High on Friday and Endless Possibilities was the theme of his presentation. Garn was at the school by invitation of the Emery County Youth Councils. Garn wanted everyone to know he is a rural boy and not a Salt Lake City b...

Huntington City discusses improvement projects


Huntington City discussed their garbage collection system at their September council meeting. Fuel costs have had a major impact on the garbage collection. When Emery Sanitation started their garbage collection fuel costs were $2.80 a gallon and ...

Meet the Candidate Night


Emery County residents had the chance to hear from state and local candidates at the Meet the Candidate night sponsored by the Emery County Economic Development Council and the Emery County Progress....

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