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Published March 3, 2009

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Ferron City discusses golf course


Ferron Mayor JoAnn Behling introduced Kris Abegglen, the designer for the Millsite expansion project to give some details of the project to the council. The Mayor said there are many items concerning the project which need to be addressed. "I fee...

Lady Spartans #2: Spartans shine at state


It doesn't come any closer than this but yet it feels so far away. One point, one lousy point is all that kept Emery High away from another championship in basketball. The Emery High Lady Spartans lost the championship game to Wasatch 32-31 las...

Armed robbery at the Castle Dale Maverik


An attempted armed robbery took place at the Castle Dale Maverik store on Feb. 25 at 12:54 a.m. The night clerk was in the store alone at the time. The robber entered the store by the unlocked back door. He confronted the clerk inside the store a...

Commission considers park by pool


The Emery County Commissioners approved the termination of the interlocal agreement between Huntington City and Emery County. The two entities had partnered several years ago on the Huntington Industrial Park. There is approximately $30,000 left ...

Economy and energy


Certainty. It's hard to come by in the best of times, but nearly impossible to find in challenging economic times like these. What did Ben Franklin say? "In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes."...

Open House - Public Invited - Mine Reclamation slated for County


A proposed abandoned mine reclamation project that would seal about 200 open abandoned mines in the San Rafael Mining District in Emery County will be discussed at an open house at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale, 96 North 100 East on...

Orangeville City addresses city business


The Orangeville City Council February meeting began with a public hearing to reopen the 2008-2009 General Fund Budget to add some un-anticipated money ($64,000 dollars) that came to the city from building permits, a safety assistance grant and t...

NIMS training at OV


Orangeville City and Huntington City hosted a training for The National Incident Management System. The communities are working on their emergency management goals for this year, in compliance with Homeland Security. Each student who completes t...

Rep. McIff report from the Legislature


Budgets. We are moving toward the home stretch and budgetary matters remain unfinished and dominant. The federal bailout distorts all discussions. In its absence, we are looking at approximately a billion dollars less income than a year ago. Our ...

Almost like Indiana Jones...


The head gear modern archaeologists wear may be different, and much more protective than the fedora that Indiana Jones wore in his movies, but they are after much the same thing: discovering artifacts and antiquities. And those professionals that...

Quagga mussels found in Red Fleet Reservoir


The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources continues to receive test results on other Utah waters, but has received word that mussels have been found in Red Fleet Reservoir just north of Vernal....

Emery High auto students excell at Hobbs and Weber


The auto team took second at the New Mexico Junior College Automotive contest. Teacher Mike Kava said, "Chandler Peacock placed seventh, Rhyker Allred placed eighth. Cy Nelson placed ninth. Josey Johnson placed 15th and Tony Farrer placed 35th. ...

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