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Published September 1, 2009

Emery County News

Cowboy poets fill the night with prose and song

The Historical Society annual evening of Cowboy Poetry was held at Castle Valley Outdoors near Emery on Aug. 27. The summer evening was comfortably warm throughout the event. A half moon drifted across the evening sky toward the Western horizon....

Lawrence tired of being downwind to Huntington sewer ponds

A group of concerned citizens from Lawrence attended the Castle Valley Special Service District monthly meeting on Aug. 20. They are tired of the odors coming from the Huntington sewer ponds and drifting over their homes in Lawrence. The smell is...

Huntington City discusses nuisance properties

Huntington City will be the home to three new businesses as licenses were granted at their August meeting. Mark Tanner will open a law office at 620 North Main. Angela Baumgartner will open Clear Sight Glass Solutions at 253 South Main. She will ...

Public lands places information kiosks at MK Tunnel sites

A volunteer crew from Emery County Public Lands Department, Road Department, Historic Preservation Commission and Historical Society recently installed new interpretive signs at two locations in the Buckhorn Draw area. The signs provide informati...

Big fish for small guy on Huntington Creek

Six year old Riggs Griffin, son of Brink and Karen Griffin of Cleveland caught this Cutthroat Trout out of Huntington Creek.

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