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Published November 17, 2009

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Operation Home Support

On Nov. 3 the Ferron Boy Scout Troop, in conjunction with their theme for the month, "Salute to our Heroes," enjoyed a visit and presentation by Jan Hess. Hess is a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary unit 42 of Ferron. Hess talked to ...

Local Veterans observe Veterans Day

The Veteran's from the Ferron American Legion presented a program at the Veterans Memorial in Castle Dale at the Museum of the San Rafael on Nov. 11, Veteran's Day. The legionaires honored Veterans with a 21 gun salute. The Emery High band perfor...

Lori Hacking's mother speaks to coalition

The Emery County Domestic Violence coalition hosted their annual domestic violence awareness luncheon on Nov. 4. This activity topped off a month long campaign to increase awareness and prevention of domestic violence. The coalition submitted a s...

John Wesley Powell River History Museum hosts 36th annual UMA conference

The Utah Museums Association held its 36th annual conference in Green River this year. This was the first time the John Wesley Powell River History Museum has hosted this event, the theme of which was: Sharing Your Stories. It was a two-day museu...

Green River High Drama presents "Aladdin"

Under the direction of Tony White, the Green River High Drama Department presented Aladdin. It was a fun and entertaining show. Megan Hatt was a magnificent genie, as she helped Aladdin Richard Wilson win the heart and hand of Princess Jasmine ...

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