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Published September 29, 2009

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Public hearing on bond election for CVSSD

A public hearing was held at the Sept. 22 meeting of the Emery County Commission. This hearing was to receive input from the public on the issuance of $12.5 million in general obligation bonds by the Castle Valley Special Service District. The el...

America's Red Rock Wilderness first hearing

For the first time, the protection of millions of acres of Utah's public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management will be considered by the U.S. House Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands on Oct 1. Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-...

Commissioner Pitchforth to attend DC hearing

The Emery County Commission took care of business in their Sept. 22 meeting. They approved a right of way application for the Wilberg Mine Coal Haul road for the BLM.

New technology in mine communications Pt. 2

One of the sessions for the Utah Coal Mine Safety Conference held recently concerned new technology for underground communication with the surface. Marshall Radio Telemetry is a company based in Salt Lake City. They are dedicated to the design an...

Green River welcomes new Americorps VISTAs

During the week of Aug. 17-20, seven new Americorps VISTAs (Volunteers in Service to America) serving at the Green River Community Center / Boys and Girls Club attended a pre-service orientation in Bellevue, Wash. PSO is an extensive training pro...

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