|Published May 12, 2009|
Emery County News
DOGM Director Baza tells of cessation order for Hiawatha Coal Company
The Emery County Public Lands Council met in their May meeting. There were several federal and state agencies represented to give updates on their various projects and activities....
Work moves along on Aquatic Park
The aquatic park in Castle Dale is well underway. This park is being constructed adjacent to the new Emery County Aquatics Center. The county commission determined a park would be the best way to beautify the grounds surrounding the swimming pool...
Pet day: Local preschool learns about animals
Windy Larsen of Orangeville hosted Sandra Huntington's Pre-School classes recently at her petting zoo. The children were on a pre-school field trip and the students reside in Orangeville, Castle Dale and one child from Huntington. The children ...
DUI penalties stiffer as new law becomes effective May 12
This year in the Utah legislature the periods for penalties for suspension of driver license privileges have become longer. Senate Bill 272 becomes effective on May 12. For a first DUI violation, age 21 and older, the current suspension is 90 day...
Emery County to hold auction of surplus property
Emery County has set their surplus auction sale for June 27 at 10 a.m. at the Emery County Road Shop. Commissioner Gary Kofford said there will be a bus, cars and vehicles from the sheriff's office along with a couple of cats from the road depart...
Prescribed burns coming to Joe's Valley and Pines
The Ferron/Price Ranger District will be implementing prescribed burns in two separate areas of the district. The burns could start as early as May 14 and will continue until completed. Joe's Valley prescribed burn, located just West of Joe's Val...
Rural physician assistant of the year awarded to local health care provider
The Utah Academy of Physician Assistants, at its April 23-26 conference in Mesquite, Nev., presented its Rural Physician Assistant of the Year Award to Kim McFarlane, Green River, sole provider of medical care since January 2005. A graduate of th...
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