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Published February 17, 2009

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Lincoln Day Breakfast: Republicans remember their roots


In observation of President's Day and Abraham Lincoln's Birthday the Emery County Republican Party hosted a breakfast and speakers. Bill Dellos is the party chairman and he welcomed the participants to the breakfast at Barn's Grill in Castle Dale...

OHV enthusiasts rally at the Capitol


More than 400 off-road-vehicle enthusiasts gathered on the steps of the Utah Capitol Feb. 6 in support of the state's stance on the multiple use of public lands - both state and federal - within its boundaries....

Emery County TV to still make switch 2-17


At commission meeting Commissioner Gary Kofford brought up the matter of the TV switch to digital signal scheduled for Feb. 17. The Congress has delayed the switch until June to allow people more time to prepare. Emery County is ready for the swi...

School board hears report from Cottonwood Elementary


The February 2009 meeting of the Emery County School District Board of Education was held at Cottonwood Elementary School.

Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry reopens March 27


The Bureau of Land Management Utah Price Field Office announces that the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry will reopen for the season on March 27.

Weed and pesticide workshop


A weed and pesticide workshop will be held on Feb. 26, from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m., in the Tamarisk Restaurant located at 1710 East Main Street in Green River. The workshop is sponsored and taught by the Green River Conservation District and USU Extensi...

Huntington Elementary holds history fair


Huntington Elementary hosted its annual History Fair recently. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are encouraged to participate. Entries were displayed in the gymnasium and were judged by several high school students. A historical figure was ...

Cooking with your food storage


What began in the living room of Susan Labbee has now grown so large she had to move it from home to a room at the courthouse. A group of interested people began a class on how to cook with their food storage and share new recipes. So they met at...

World War II game a unique event of its time


This coming Thursday is the anniversary date of one of the darkest days in American history.

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