|Published June 23, 2009|
Emery County News
Castle Dale City residents voice concerns with FEMA
The Castle Dale City Council heard comments from two concerned residents at their recent council meeting. Winston Palmer and Cindy Lopez both voiced their concerns over a section of the proposed emergency management plan being considered by each...
Americorps volunteers in Green River help out
An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team is helping out the Green River Community Center until July 15 to assist with its summer camp program, themed "Beat the Heat." In addition, the team will be doing renovations of a historic buil...
Cleveland Town receives Fire station funds
The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board approved a request to fund a $1.1 million town hall and fire station. The new 5,490 square foot facility will be both a town hall and fire station with office space, storage areas, a kitchen and locker ro...
ATVs cause problems for Orangeville resident
The Orangeville City budget was approved by the Orangeville City council. A budget hearing was held for public comments, but no comments were made on the budget. It was approved without any changes....
Annual event draws crowd to 777 ranch in Ferron: Texas crooner
The 15th annual Cowboy Poetry was held at the Three 777's Ranch in Ferron. There was a large attendance of approximately 200 people. Before the program, a delicious meal was served of grilled steak, ribs, smoked chicken, baked beans, baked potato...
User groups work on the Pole Canyon trail
When user groups come together and work cooperatively then they can accomplish much. This was proven as a work project on Pole Canyon Trail in Huntington Canyon successfully completed several improvements to the trail. This is a single track trai...
San Rafael Summerfest in Castle Dale rainy day does not stop the fun
The San Rafael Summerfest in Castle Dale was held in spite of the rainy day. Event organizers moved the childrens games to the inside the Emery County Recreation Building and they had games and prizes for the children in attendance. ...
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