|Published December 1, 2009|
Emery County News
Huntington celebrates Thanksgiving with run
Subway celebrates grand opening in Castle Dale
Castle Dale is now home of a new restaurant. The Castle Dale Subway officially opened their doors for business on Oct 30. The Castle Dale store along with the Huntington store are owned by Abundant Brands LLC out of American Fork. ...
Castle Dale readies for the holidays
At the recent Castle Dale City Council meeting, Mayor Neal Peacock welcomed the two newly elected council members. The two, Julie Johansen Love and Jeremy Jewkes, were sitting in the audience to gain a greater perspective of the workings of the c...
Recreation district news: Dates set for Desertview Pro Rodeo 2010
The Emery County Recreation board meets monthly in Castle Dale and also holds meetings in Green River. They hear reports by the recreation district director Gaylee Jeffs and from each of the board members. Each town in the county has a representa...
Emery County poverty rate higher than state
According to an annual report released by the State of Utah and the Community Action Partnership of Utah, Emery County has only experienced a one percent increase in the number of individuals living in poverty, while Utah as a whole increased 17 ...
Zions Bank winner: Jackson Jensen
Jackson Jensen from Canyon View Junior High learned good grades really do pay off. Jensen, a seventh grader, won the Emery County-area drawing for a $100 scholarship savings account from Zions Bank's Pays for As program. Zions Bank's Castle Dale ...
Nominate a deserving teacher for the Arch Coal teacher achievement award
When you are making plans for your holiday season, Erwin Sass, general manager of the Dugout Canyon mine, suggests an addition to your list.
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