|Published June 1, 2010|
Emery County News
Who let the grads out?
Green River High School senior class of 2010 was 13 strong. Their class quote was by Confucius "Wherever you go, go with all your heart." Senior class president Kayden Mecham thanked everyone for the many years of support everyone gave them. He...
New business: I DO Weddings and events
Whether it's a wedding, reception, party, dance, Quinceanera or holiday gathering, I DO weddings and events has what you need to make your event even more beautiful and memorable. RexAnne Hulse new business owner said, "I DO weddings and events o...
CVSSD begins summer projects
The Castle Valley Special Service District is moving along with their spring projects. Huntington City saw an early spring project of crack filling and seal on their asphalt on one half of town....
Emergency preparedness fair coming on June 18
As part of the Carbon/Emery Emergency Preparedness Fair, June 18, the Crandall Canyon presentation, created for the Governors's Summit, will air three times that evening in the Little Theater at the Emery Spartan Center. ...
Commission opens bids for architect
The Emery County Commissioners opened bids for the recorders office for locating and establishing section corners. Five bids were received and are being considered for the project. The recorders office will consider all bids and report back at th...
Little Miss Emery Pageant on June 5 at 6 p.m. at EHS
Jazylnn Richarz is the seven year old daughter of John and Heather Richarz of Ferron. She has two brothers Mitch and Tray.
Agriculture, electricity work together, yet danger is there
Rocky Mountain Power is committed to preventing serious injuries and fatalities that can result from accidental contact with electrical facilities. The company wants farmers and ranchers to be aware of these safety guidelines because the nature o...
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