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Published March 17, 2009

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MK Tunnels reclamation project: Long standing holes in the desert are filled


The MK tunnels have long been a historical spot for Emery County residents. Most visitors to the area probably have no idea of their existence as they are not clearly visible from one of the many roads on the Swell. A project several years in the...

Local auto students complete work on soldier's car


March 21 is the date of the big reveal as soldier comes home

Dramatic capture of the Chimney Rock thief on the Swell


For the past two years campers and ATV riders and users of the Chimney Rock area in general have been plagued by missing items from their camps and ATVs. Ranchers in the area have also had several items taken from their ranches....

Sen. Bennett speaks on Washington DC and local issues


Sen. Bob Bennett came to Emery County on March 7 for a visit with county residents. Sen. Bennett offered some insider's observances to the climate in Washington DC at the present time. Sen. Bennett said everyone is interested in the future right ...

Award ceremony for capture of thief


A "Reward Presentation" for the three individuals and Sheriff's deputy who apprehended the thief who has terrorized the Woodside area for more than two years will be held on March 19 at the Carbon County Fairgrounds, inside The Event Center at 7 ...

Abandoned mine open house on March 24


At a recent Emery County Public Lands meeting the topic of the San Rafael Abandoned Mines Project was discussed. Luci Malin is the Abandoned Mine Program Manager and Jan Morse is over outreach and NEPA. Tony Gallegos is the Project Manager over t...

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