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Published April 28, 2009

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Ground breaks on back 9 at Millsite


A long awaited event came to the Millsite Golf Course in Ferron this week as ground was broken on the back nine holes of the course. It has been the wish of the course since it opened the front nine to be able to expand the course to 18 holes. Al...

Huntington City asks, "What do we do with the Huntington flour mill?"


The Huntington City Council discussed the old Huntington flour mill. The owner would like to sell the mill to Huntington City for $25,000. He originally purchased the mill for old equipment which he has removed from the building. He would like to...

Rodeo spills: Emery rodeo teams hosts their annual high school event


The Emery High rodeo club hosted their rodeo at the Castle Dale fairgrounds. Rodeo clubs from around the state participated.

Local men on mine advisory council


The Utah Labor Commission announces the appointment of members of the Mine Safety Technical Advisory Council for the Office of Coal Mine Safety. The OCMS was established in 2008 by the Mine Safety Act and works as an integral partner with all e...

On-line business directory coming to web


By RICHARD SHAW, Emery County Progress publisher

Swine flu not here yet


The swine flu, which has been making national headlines this past weekend has not shown up in Utah as of Monday morning.

Canyon View Night of Arts


Jackie Weihing is the art teacher at Canyon View Junior High. The students at the school recently hosted their annual Night of Arts. The event showcased all of the art the students have created this year. The show also spotlighted several musical...

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