|Published July 20, 2010|
Emery County News
Orangeville has been busy. They recently finished their Veterans Memorial monument and gazebo at the city cemetery. They are busily preparing for the Orangeville Days celebration which begins July 19. At their July council meeting they handled th...
Triathlon at Huntington Lake State Park
The San Rafael Classic Triathlon is now in its third year and growing. The event is sponsored by the Emery County Search and Rescue and they use the event as a fund raiser. A dinner was held on Friday night and race day was July 10. At 6:15 a.m....
Desertview celebrates 50 years
Desertview Federal Credit Union started as Castle Valley Credit Union and a one man show in a house on the East side of Huntington in 1960. The charter was signed and approved for Castle Valley Credit Union on June 13, 1960. Instead of the $25 ne...
Commissioners hear Rocky Mountain power updates
Emery County Commissioners met in their July commission meeting. They heard a quarterly update from Rocky Mountain Power and PacifiCorp. Deb Dull said the company has been putting in a new substation in Green River. It is currently being energize...
Emery County looks ahead to fun events
New to the Emery County Fair this year is a carnival. Some of the rides include: scrambler, pirates cove, swing ride, tubs of fun, trooper, boat ride, plane ride, and train ride. The hours of operation will be Thursday from 12 - 10 p.m., Friday f...
Mike and Camille Huntsman chosen as honored citizens for Cleveland
Michael and Camille Huntsman have lived in Emery County for 38 years. After living in Ferron and serving a mission in Hawaii they returned to Emery County and relocated in Cleveland. ...
Charley Jenkins is the main event at Emery County fair concert
"Born country?" Exactly. Charley Jenkins has country roots that run deep. He was raised on a farm in Eastern Utah where he learned how to rope, ride and work hard. Life on the Jenkins' farm revolved around cows, horses and of course, rodeo. Count...
Cleveland to honor Gardner family during celebration
A vital part of the Cleveland Days celebration is missing this year. For many years everywhere you looked, there was Darrell Gardner, emceeing events, yelling on the megaphone, smiling at jobs well done....
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