|Published July 27, 2010|
Emery County News
The Desertview Pro Rodeo number 12 is slated to come to town on July 29, 30, 31, at the rodeo arena in Castle Dale. For 12 straight years the Desertview Pro Rodeo has grown larger and is now in its special 12th big year. The rodeo committee knows...
Lamb fry to benefit Huntington flour mill
Two longstanding Emery County traditions will join together this summer for a worthwhile purpose. The proceeds from the annual Lamb Fry, held in conjunction with the Castle Valley Pageant and the Emery County Fair, will go to benefit the preserva...
Price man dies in motorcycle/car accident on SR-10
On the morning of July 20 on SR-10 just south of the county line, a car traveling northbound struck a Price man on a motorcyle traveling southbound. A few minutes prior to the accident a call came into the Emery County dispatch reporting a gray c...
Huntington Beautification starts a beautiful yard contest
The Huntington City Beautification Committee has decided to honor some of the beautiful yards in the city. Each week two beautiful yards will be chosen and will be awarded with the Huntington Beautiful Yard, for that week, signs. These recognitio...
Miss Emery Royal tea party
The Fairy Godmother listens to princess wishes and signs their autograph card.
July 24th celebrations in Castle Valley
Those attending the Cleveland Days celebration launch balloons in memory of Coach Darrell Gardner who passed away May 31 in a farming accident.
Family field camp adventure at Zions Bank on Aug. 2
The Utah Museum of Natural History at the University of Utah and Zions Bank will host a free Family Field Camp Adventure on Aug. 2, from 5:30-8:30 p.m., in conjunction with the Traveling Treasures: County Collage; Experience Utah's Natural Histor...
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