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Published March 10, 2009

Emery County News

Senator Bennett visits county: Locals gather to hear the scoop on Washington DC

Sen. Bob Bennett's remarks and questions from county residents will be in the March 17 issue of the Emery County Progress.

A plan for the mussels

A core response team has been established to deal with the quagga and zebra mussel infestation which is now in Utah. Two bodies of water in Utah, Electric Lake and Red Fleet reservoirs, have been confirmed as infested with the mussels. ...

Wilderness education for lands council

After the February Emery County Public Lands meeting, Ray Petersen, public lands director saw the need for an education program on wilderness. A work meeting was set before the March meeting and Petersen began an information session on what wilde...

Sheriff's Office arrests Maverik bandit

The Emery County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in the armed robbery of the Castle Dale Maverik on Feb. 25 at 12:54 a.m.

Emery Co. Care and Rehab has new administrator

Things are changing at Emery County Care and Rehab in Ferron, and it is beginning with a new administrator. Colleen Chauvet, who is originally from the Salt Lake valley, began working as the administrator during the second week of January. With 4...

Delightful musical Nunsense to come to life on the Emery High stage March 12-14

This week the Emery County Community Theatre will present the musical comedy, Nunsense. The book, music and lyrics were written by Dan Goggin. This hilarious international hit was performed in 1999 by the theatre group, and was so well liked they...

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