|Published May 26, 2009|
Emery County News
Grad night 2009 in county: Schools send graduates out to meet the world
"Whatever you are, be a good one." --Abraham Lincoln.
Miss Emery plans Royal tea party for June 6
Once upon a time, in a kingdom called Emery County lived a princess named Holly Damron who is the reigning Miss Emery County. Miss Emery is busy preparing for a royal celebration, Miss Utah. So a lovely party is planned in her honor and you can b...
Emery Town holds public hearing on bond for fire station
Emery Town Council held a public hearing on the issuance of bonds for their new fire station. The bond is for $100,000 which is a zero percent interest loan from the community impact board. Emery Town will have 30 years to pay back the bond. The ...
Utah Highway patrol holds training at airport
The Utah Highway patrol is always seeking ways to increase their skills for their work on the highways of Utah. One of these ways is to receive training in the operations of their vehicles. The trooper's vehicle is their base of daily operations ...
Commissioners report outdoor pool to open
Emery County Commissioners held their May 12 meeting. Commissioner Gary Kofford said, "The outdoor pool will open Memorial weekend. Twenty eight lifeguards will be ready for the outdoor pool season. We have heard several good comments about the p...
Junior Miss Emery Pageant
All young ladies ages 6 - 9 living in Emery County are invited to participate in The Little Miss Emery Pageant being held on August 6, at 6 pm in the Fair Tent.
Emery Telcom rewards twelve local teens with college scholarships
Orangeville, Utah - May 21, 2009
Derryl Perry concert and fund raiser on May 30
On May 30 there will be a Derryl Perry concert and benefit at the Ferron Fairgrounds. Perry is a country rock artist, originally from Texas and has played out of Nashville, Tenn. for the past eight years. He has performed more than 1,100 shows th...
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