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Published March 23, 2010

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Spelling champs


The Southeastern Utah Regional Spelling Bee was held on March 11 at Green River High. Winners from the local schools competed at their district spelling bees and then first, second and third place winners were then sent on to the regionals. JJ Gr...

Honk on stage at EHS


The Emery County Community Theatre presented Honk recently on the Emery High stage. Honk is the untold musical story of the ugly duckling. It is a darling show that follows Ugly, played by Colton Leavitt, the supposed duck on his journey to becom...

Out with the old in GR


In Green River a 102-year-old building was demolished on Broadway, and a lot of people ate a lot of pie. The Green River Community Center and their supporters took in mouthfuls of pie while watching the demolition of the old Community Center buil...

Sen. Bennett promotes business in Rural Utah Part III


How do you go about starting a home based business? The owners at Costume Craze weren't thinking of costumes when they began their venture, they were focused on computer software. An experiment to market the software started with monk robe costu...

Quilt winner


Boyd Nielson poses with the quilt he won at a raffle to help raise funds for Johnny Lindquist to attend SuperKart races. He has been to California, Oklahoma and Colorado to race. ...

Public lands debate continues


The March meeting of the public lands council centered around discussion for a facilitator to help Ray Petersen in the public lands department. The BLM gave a report to the council, they said the public comment period for the Lila Canyon road was...

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