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Published September 22, 2009

Emery County News

'Dancin with the melons'

It was a celebration of the melon in Green River over the weekend.

Mine safety conference

The second annual Coal Mine Safety Conference was held at the Carbon Events Center. Garth Nielsen is the director of the Office of Coal Mine Safety which is a division in the Utah Labor Commission....

Cleveland, Castle Dale and Orangeville hold primary

As can be expected with a primary election, the voter turnout was light in the three towns holding elections. Orangeville has a total of 877 registered voters and of those 301 voted for a total of 34.32 percent. In Castle Dale they have 1,022 reg...

Wild weather in county

A severe storm struck Emery County last Monday with hail the size of quarters causing significant damage to trees and gardens, sheds, awnings, camp trailers and other buildings. The hail stacked up on the ground to look like the first snow of the...

Cleveland Town picks contractor for fire station

Cleveland Town met in their September meeting at the town hall. Bryan Christensen presented a card access system for the new fire station. He said it's hard to keep track of who has a key to the building. Card access controls who has access. "It ...

Stewarts Market holds flu shot clinic

Stewarts Market was the place to be for a sting in the arm as people gathered for their annual flu shot. These shots were administered by the Community Nursing Services Home Health and Hospice....

Huntington City hires new recorder

The Huntington City Council last Wednesday night approved the hiring of Ronni Torre as the new Huntington City recorder.

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