|Published October 6, 2009|
Emery County News
Fly-in stay awhile
Emery County and the Huntington Airport management on Sept. 25-26 invited the Utah Back Country Pilot's Association to their airport and made everyone welcome. They worked tirelessly through out this event to keep the visitors happy. Commission...
RSVP walks to Russia and celebrates
The Retired Senior Volunteer Program members and guests were given a dinner by the RSVP or Volunteers of America organization in appreciation and recognition for the Miles of Appreciation walk and recognition of the many RSVP hours Emery County v...
Forest Service works to make a better system
The off-highway vehicle can be a source of great fun and recreation for many Utah residents, but the OHV can also be a problem when users fail to stay on the trail.
National Walk to school day Wednesday
Students throughout the county will participate in the National Walk to School Day on Wednesday.
Millsite project continues
During the recent Ferron City Council meeting, Mayor JoAnn Behling responded to a question concerning the improvement project at Millsite Golf Course. "Seeding for the portion of the new nine hole project, especially those holes on the North side...
Festive Friday goes back to school
Festive Friday was held at the county building recently. The topic was Back to School. Many helpful hints and tips were given to parents and grandparents to help children succeed in school. Barbra Jones from the Extension Office said it's importa...
Horse 4-H gives awards at closing dinner
Back left to right: Michelle Sorrells, Camie Whittle, Sidnee Conder, Heidi Toomer, Jorgan Allred, Josie Bjarnson, and Katina Farnsworth. Front left to right: Kacie Farnsworth, Riata Christiansen, McKoy Christiansen, and Tialynn Moosman. Not pictu...
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