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Published January 20, 2009

Emery County News

Out of the fog: Foggy weather has the towers at Hunter just hanging in mid-air

Cold mornings in Emery County have decorated the landscape with rime ice formations making common things take on an eerie presence.

Rock fall at the Buckhorn Panel

Members of the Emery County Public Lands Council met in their first 2009 meeting. Council chairman Bruce Wilson welcomed everyone to the meeting and began with agency reports. Floyd Johnson from the Bureau of Land Management reported concerning h...

Emery football to enter transitional year

The Emery High School football program will enter a one-year transitional period next season as Coach Jimmy Jones will continue as head coach of the Spartans. That was the decision of the Emery School Board at the Jan. 7, board meeting at Canyon ...

School board swears in new member

The January meeting of the Emery County School District Board of Education was held at Canyon View Junior High School.

Castle Dale City plans for 2009 at meeting

Castle Dale City Councilman Brad Giles, acting as mayor in the excused absence of Mayor Neal Peacock, opened the regular Castle Dale City council meeting and welcomed Shane Baggs from Precis Communications. Baggs was requesting a termination of t...

Green River discusses their nuisance ordinance

Residents filed into the recent Green River City Council meeting to make comments on a proposed nuisance ordinance. It appears things which are considered to be a nuisance by some are not nuisances to others. ...

Davis outlines policy for remediation plans

Emery High Principal Larry Davis presented an Academic Probation and Remediation Plan to the Emery school board. Principal Davis explained that Emery High needs a plan to address probation and remediation. He developed this plan with input from...

San Rafael Conservation District seeking two board members

The San Rafael Conservation District is seeking applications for two positions on the Board of Supervisors. The board consists of five elected "supervisors" or board members. Two positions are now open and will be filled by interested applicants...

Progress donates photos to Emery County Archives

Bernice Payne from the Emery County Archives picks up a box of photos donated by the Emery County Progress. The photos are pictures the Progress has collected over the years that people didn't return to pick up. The archives will scan in each pic...

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