|Published June 8, 2010|
Emery County News
To Veterans with honor
Emery County observed Memorial Day with several ceremonies at area cemeteries. The Huntington Legion Unit began their services in Elmo. They provided services in Cleveland. Blake Jones recited his rendition of the Ragged Old Flag. Commander Ray Q...
Local teacher loses life in farm accident Community rallies around family
Darrell Gardner was involved in a farming accident which took his life on May 31. He was clearing trees from his property outside of Cleveland when he was uprooting a tree that was part alive and partially dead when the dead portion of the tree...
Team effort on clean-up of Green River building
There is a saying that it takes a village to raise a child, well it took a village to tear down a 100 year old building. The Green River Community Center located on Broadway was pushed over by Dan and Bo Harrison from High Desert Excavation after...
Why I chose to serve our country
On Dec. 22, 2009, I was sworn into the United States Army. On June 8, 2010, I will ship out to Fort Benning, Ga. There I will complete the nine week boot camp; upon graduation I will attend AIT (Advanced Individual Training) for five weeks. I hav...
Huntington man loses life in drowning at Huntington Lake
A Huntington man lost his life in a drowning accident at Huntington Lake on June 6. He was swimming with friends in the Cove area of Huntington Lake. He was swimming from one point to the other when he became tired. His friends, two girls tried t...
School's out but lunch is still in at area schools
School's out, but lunch is still in. Emery School District is sponsoring a summer lunch program for children. The sites and serving times will be, Ferron Elementary cafeteria, 100 West Mill Rd. Ferron, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Huntington Elementary ca...
Emery County readies for primary election June 22
There will be a primary election take place in Emery County on June 22. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Early voting starts on June 8 and runs until June 18. The hours are 8:30 a.m. -5 p.m. in the county clerks office , 75 East M...
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