|Published October 21, 2008|
Emery County News
What do you see?
One of our readers sent in this photo they took on a trip across the San Rafael Swell. He writes, "I flew out to Los Angeles one way in August to pick my son up and bring him back home....
Another accident at SR-29 and Center
At 7:58 a.m. on Oct. 15 a call came into the Emery County Dispatch Center concerning an accident on SR-29 and Center Street in Castle Dale.
Domestic violence awareness luncheon
As a stone is thrown into the water and creates ripples, so does domestic violence create ripples in the lives of those affected by the offender. Each person in the life of a victim is affected is some way, and children are affected in brain deve...
Part III: A look at substance abuse, awareness, treatment and recovery in Emery County
The Emery County drug task force has been busy promoting awareness in Emery County. The prescription drug use and abuse has become epidemic in the county. Sgt. Tom Harrison and Detective John Barnett will be visiting all the churches and schools ...
Green River discusses community center
The Green River Community Center and Boy's and Girl's Club recently suffered a severe roof collapse. During heavy rains and wind, the ceiling in the hallway portion of the building collapsed under the weight. It has since been condemned due to th...
Energy producers learn about oil shale
The Southeastern Utah Energy Producers held their annual banquet on Oct. 2 at the Carbon County events center. SEUEPA's president Rick Olsen welcomed everyone to the banquet. He is proud of SEUEPA's growth and the organization has strength in num...
Ferron City considers water connections
Mayor Pro Tem Trent Jackson opened the first meeting he has conducted since the resignation of Mayor Gil Conover. Jackson announced the opening of the position for mayor, and if any of the current council members enter their name into considerati...
The Manti-La Sal National Forest is proposing a fee increase for Christmas tree permits
The Manti-La Sal National Forest is proposing a fee increase for Christmas tree permits that are sold. This fee increase will put the permit fees in line with what the Ashley, Uinta, Dixie, and Fishlake National Forests are charging for permits....
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