|Published February 23, 2010|
Emery County News
Cleveland Town gets excited about new fire station
With completion of the new fire station/city hall building in Cleveland, at the recent city council meeting, discussion began for setting a date for the open house. The city council members decided to host the open house sometime in April. A date...
Castleland RC and D reports on their projects
The Castleland RC&D council had a busy year in 2009. They were involved in several projects in Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan counties. The council is operated from their office in Castle Dale. Wayne Urie is the director of the RC&D for this r...
Green River to host economic summit
Green River has plans for a local business summit on March 11 from 1-7 p.m. at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum. The summit is being sponsored by the Green River Chamber of Commerce, Green River City, Emery County Economic Development ...
Life's a dance
The Huntington Stake hosted the BYU Ballroom Dance Company on Feb. 12 to cap off the evening of food and fun. About 300 people attended the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Huntington Stake Valentine dinner and entertainment from Brig...
Emery Telcom makes upgrades to local TV service
In February of 2009 Emery Telcom purchased the cable TV plant in Carbon County, Orangeville, Huntington, Castle Dale, and Ferron from Precis Communications. At the same time Emery Telcom also purchased the cable TV plant in Green River from Satvi...
Orangeville City Council meeting
At the last meeting Cindy Nielson-City Treasurer was concerned about older Orangeville citizens that have difficulty writing out checks for city services. Therefore Bryan Christensen of Zions Bank along with others were invited to make a presenta...
At the February regularly scheduled City Council meeting, Huntington City held a public hearing on water connections located outside of city limits. The city acknowledged that their water fees are probably the lowest in the state of Utah and tha...
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