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Published February 3, 2009

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First explorer to Green River was Manly

Most people think the first explorer down the Green River to pass through the site of Green River City was John Wesley Powell but William Lewis Manly visited the area 20 years before Powell's historic passage....

Part II: Creating vigilant communities for homeland security

Training was brought to Emery County to help prepare the communities for any emergency. The following is part II in the series concerning training for homeland security. Critical thinkers are: inquisitive with regards to a wide range of issues; c...

Desertview Credit Union holds meeting

The Desertview Federal Credit Union held its annual membership meeting and board elections on Jan. 24. Board chairman, Chris Justice said this was the most well attended meeting in recent times. The meeting started 30 minutes late due to members ...

Commission discusses channel 26 and the pool

The fate of channel 26 was addressed in the Emery County Commission meeting. Commissioner Gary Kofford said the county needs $120,000 to upgrade channel 26 to digital plus the operating costs of the channel. He said the county isn't getting what ...

USDA targets loans for women and minority farmers

Bill York, Farm Loan Chief, for USDA's Farm Service Agency in Utah announced that women and minority farmers interested in buying and operating family-sized farms may be eligible for loans from FSA....

State Director, Selma Sierra, welcomes new members to Utah BLM's RAC

The Department of the Interior announced appointments of five new members to Utah's 15-member citizen-based Resource Advisory Council, which advises the Bureau of Land Management on public land issues....

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