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Published January 19, 2010

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Emery Town swears in councilmembers and mayor

Emery Town met in their January council meeting. The first order of business was the swearing in of the new council members and the mayor. Misti Christiansen was sworn in for four years as Emery mayor by Pam Adams. Mayor Christiansen then swore i...

Pinnacle Academy visits museum

Students from the Pinnacle Canyon Academy spent some time at the Museum of the San Rafael recently. They came over to view the many historical items and creatures at the museum. The students from the academy could chose from a variety of field tr...

Orangeville begins new year with new mayor

Prior to the City Council meeting Jan. 14, an open house was held at the Orangeville Community Center for the outgoing Mayor Bart Cox and Councilmember James Davis along with the incoming Mayor Patrick Jones and Councilmember Mark Tuttle. Several...

Flu vaccines open to the general public now

Southeastern Utah District Health Department has worked hard to provide H1N1 vaccine to CDC priority groups with the limited allotments of vaccine they've received.

Salazar appoints Commissioner Kofford to BLM/RAC

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced the appointment of six new members to Utah's citizen Resource Advisory Councils, which advise Interior's Bureau of Land Management on public land issues. ...

Public information book on Utah's Energy Landscape

Did you know that Utah is one of only six states that generate electricity from geothermal sources? Did you know that Utah recently produced its one billionth ton of coal? Did you know that Utah has the second lowest price for home-heating natura...

Senator Bennett meets with Utah's National Reflections contest winner

Utah's only national winner of the 2009 PTA Reflections contest, Monika Kowalski, met with Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) this week, before heading to Washington, D.C. where her work will be prominently displayed....

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