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Published January 13, 2009

Emery County News

New Year's baby 2009


Elly Marie Stilson came into this world bright and early at 2:10 a.m. on Jan. 2, 2009. Weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces, she was eager to greet her parents, Jay and Amber Stilson, and become the New Year's baby for Emery County....

The Ole' Fishin Hole: Ice fishing at Joe's Valley only for the brave


The ice fishermen are out on Joe's Valley. The lake is frozen over and the weather has been clear and cold. On this day the weather was clear with the sun glaring off the snow. The five-10 mile per hour Northwest wind was blowing snow and making ...

County to take back old sheriff's office


During the county auction of surplus property last April 7 the old sheriff's office was purchased for demolition.

David Hinkins ready for the legislature


It may be David Hinkins first stint as a state senator, but he is already up to his neck in assignments and issues before the session of the state legislature begins in late January....

Commission responsibilities for 2009


In the first commission meeting of the year, the Emery County Commissioners voted for Gary Kofford to serve as the commission chairman for the year. The 2009 commissioner responsibilities were also assigned. The responsibilities include: Commissi...

MBA and the incubator building


During the first regular meeting of the Board of the Municipal Building Authority of Emery County, Commissioner Jeff Horrocks was elected president of that board. Emery County Commissioners Gary Kofford and Laurie Pitchforth sit on that board alo...

Commission approves cable television franchise agreement with Emery Telcom


Emery Telcom was at the Emery County Commission meeting to discuss the cable television franchise agreement with the commission to govern customers outside the municipalities. ...

Local author visits Cleveland Elementary


Former Cleveland resident Brooke Griffin Petersen brought her recently published children's book "Santa's Sick" to the students of Ferron and Cleveland Elementaries this holiday season. ...

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