|Published December 30, 2008|
Emery County News
Reaching out to Veterans: Miss Emery and first attendant deliver Christmas blankets to local care centers
Holly Damron, the reigning Miss Emery, and her first attendant Allie Stokes spent some time before Christmas delivering lap robes to all the veterans and their spouses in the two care center facilities in Emery County. ...
Lt. Col. David Grossman on violence part II
"Education is the only tool we have. Cops can hold back the darkness, but educators can lead us back. Teachers light up the night. After the initial, 10 days off TV, then kids are put on a TV budget where they choose seven hours of programming. T...
Are you ready for the TV switch?
On Feb. 17, 2009, federal law requires that all full-power television broadcast stations stop broadcasting in analog format and broadcast only in digital format. Here's what these requirements will mean for you and your television viewing....
Commission takes care of end of year business Soepnel to leave Hunter/Huntington plants
The Emery County Commission heard the quarterly update from Rocky Mountain Power at their last meeting of the year. Deb Dull introduced Reg Soepnel, manager for both Hunter and Huntington power plants. Soepnel said the plants are performing well ...
Huntington City council business
At the recent Huntington City Council meeting, the council approved a business license for Johnson Diesel Service. This business is presently operating in a residential area and is now moving to an industrial area at 810 North 400 East. Owner Don...
Farm Service Agency Emergency Conservation Program
The Carbon/Emery County Farm Service Agency committee announces that both Carbon and Emery counties have been approved for the Emergency Conservation Program in order to haul water to livestock in either county. ...
Celebrate the New Year with a meteor shower
Stormy skies and the glare of the nearly full moon may have spoiled our view of December's Geminids meteor shower but Utahns will get another chance to view a meteor shower when January's Quadrantids reaches its predicted peak during the early mo...
Public nominations close Jan. 9 for Arch Coal teacher awards
Nominations will close Jan. 9, 2009 for the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards program, according to Ken May, general manager of Sufco mine.
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