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Published December 23, 2008

Emery County News

Circle of Hope: County residents give to children

Emery County residents have been generous in donating to the Circle of Hope program. Angel trees have been set up in the two branches of the Desertview Federal Credit Union and at Emery Telcom. Those involved would like to recognize the support o...

Commission honors Sitterud

Commissioner Jeff Horrocks presents Commissioner Drew Sitterud with a plaque of appreciation for his eight years of service to Emery County at the last commission meeting of the year....

500 officers visit county to hear from Lt. Col Dave Grossman on violence and its cause

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman presented a training and seminar for law enforcement during a morning session and to educators and the general public in the afternoon.

Shop at Home campaign announces winners

The Shop at Home 2008 campaign came to a close as the drawing was held at the Emery High boys basketball game on Friday. The winner of the flat screen TV from Earl's Furniture was won by Shanna Levering of Castle Dale. The TV was donated by Earl'...

Emery County approves 2009 Budget

Emery County hosted two public hearings on budgets at the Dec. 16 commission meeting. The first public hearing was to hear comments on opening and amending the FY2008 Emery County budget for the Emery County general fund, special revenue funds, c...

USDA to conduct request for referendum on pork checkoff program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service announced that it will conduct a request for referendum next month among eligible producers and importers of hogs, pigs, pork, and pork products to determine if they want a refer...

Orangeville sets a fee for non-compliance of the development code

Orangeville City opened their December meeting with a word from Orangeville Mayor Bart Cox. He said Christmas is a special time of year and also Thanksgiving helps us remember we have much to be thankful for. He said we live in Christian communit...

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