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Published April 27, 2010

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Emery County residents can get involved with recycling


Recycling is an issue of concern to a great many of the residents of rural Utah. Some think there is not much that can be done due to the distances to the recycling centers. A group of concerned citizens have come together to provide the resident...

Bountiful baskets


The Bountiful Baskets Co-op has been started in Emery County. The first vegetable and fruit pickup took place on April 17 in Ferron. For now the pick-up dates will be every other Saturday. Angela McMillan has started the service with the help of ...

Castle Dale to work on rezoning projects and issues


Castle Dale City Council met in a rescheduled meeting due to the convention of the League of Cities and Towns recently. The convention was during the time of the regular meeting for the council. It was rescheduled to make it possible for the memb...

County conventions draw large crowds: Republicans


The Emery County Republican Party hosted their county convention on April 21. The evening brought Gov. Gary Herbert to town along with other candidates running for governor, state legislature, House of Representatives and US Senate. Local candida...

County conventions draw large crowds: Democrats


The Emery County Democrat's County Convention was held April 16 at the San Rafael Museum. FloAnn Wilson, County Party Treasurer issued the call to all County Delegates, the 2010 Nominating Convention is to be held for the purpose of nominating th...

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