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Published January 27, 2009

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Old Sheriff's Office is gone to the landfill


The Emery County Road Department crews complete the demoliton of the old sheriff's office on the hill. The property will now belong to Castle Dale City.

Part I: Creating vigilant communities for homeland security


Creating vigilant, prepared and resilient communities for homeland security was the topic of training sponsored by the Local Emergency Planning Committee. The training was held at the county building and Richard Hendrik was the trainer. He is a r...

Emery Town works on planning and zoning


Emery Town has been busy working on their planning and zoning. Mayor Mistie Christiansen asked for a report from Corrine Dalton. She is the council person in charge of planning and zoning and she reported on their platted subdivisions and on non-...

Companies fined in death of truck driver in Dec. 2007


The U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration announced it has issued penalties totaling $265,000 to C.W. Mining Co. and contractor Trimac Transportation Service Inc. for violations that contributed to a fatal accident at t...

Cleveland residents urged to give input on new fire station


The Cleveland Town Council will hold a public hearing on Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. The council members encourage area residents to attend this hearing and give their input on the proposed new public safety building. Floor plans that are being considered...

Meeting on the possibility of new power plant


During a meeting on Jan. 14 at the College of Eastern Utah, officials, business people, representatives from the Sierra Club and the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance were introduced to a new project for eastern Utah. That project is a power plan...

Ferron City hears golf course expansion project update


Ferron City Council heard an update concerning the golf course expansion project at their regular meeting. Proposals are in and opened, the only thing the project is waiting for is the permit from the Bureau of Land Management for construction to...

Huntington City Council takes care of business


At the recent meeting of the Huntington City Council Sharon Pulli addressed the council about problems she and others on her street have with their water pressure. She said she had been in contact with Darrel Leamaster of the Special Service Dist...

Farm Service Agency News


Farm purchase and operating loans targeting socially disadvantaged groups

Hospital personnel get training


Eleven Castleview Hospital leaders recently completed homeland security training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Ala.

Wild turkeys released in Nine Mile Canyon


On Jan. 15, 2009, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) released 26 wild turkeys in Nine Mile Canyon on property owned by the Bill Barrett Corporation. These turkeys came from southwest Utah, where turkey populations have reached an optim...

List is imperative when visiting doctor, hospital


When people visit a doctor, a hospital or other health care providers, they usually are asked to list the medications they are taking.

Holt to be retail banking president


Zions Bank announced last week that it has promoted Erroll Holt to retail banking area president for the Carbon/Emery area. He is responsible for overseeing four branches in Price, Castle Dale and Huntington. ...

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