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Published January 12, 2010

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MBA updates on care center project


The Emery County Board of the Municipal Building Authority met in its first meeting of the year on Jan. 5. Commissioner Jeff Horrocks was nominated by Commissioner Laurie Pitchforth to be the chairman for 2010. Horrocks expressed his thanks and a...

Sheriff's Office asks for info in cattle shootings


The Emery County Sheriff's Office is seeking information on the death of three cows near Huntington. The incident took place around Thanksgiving when three cows belonging to Huntington rancher Dan Hunter, were discovered dead in a pasture near Ni...

Happy New Year


The year 2009 went out with a bang for the youth of the county as they celebrated the arrival of the new year 2010 at the Emery County Aquatics Center.

Back country horsemen to participate in workshops


The Back Country Horsemen of Utah is sponsoring trail riding and informative lesson sessions. This information exchange and education symposium is on Jan. 16 at the Davis County Legacy Center from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The topics this year are trailer sa...

Buckhorn Archers ready for shooting season


Yes it's that time again for winter league to start. If you have a bow and arrows, come and join the fun. It will get you out of the house and off the couch for some fun once a week. You will also get in shooting shape for the archery hunt. ...

Peter Sharp appears in court


Peter Simon Sharp appeared before Judge George Harmond on Jan. 5. Sharp has been charged with the shooting deaths of his parents William and Charmaine Sharp on Oct. 21, 2009. ...

Commission holds first meeting: makes assignments


Emery County Commission Chairman Gary Kofford opened the first meeting of 2010 by wishing everyone a very Happy New Year. He also acknowledged the employees of Emery County as the hardest working people he knows and thanked them for their efforts...

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