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Published August 3, 2010

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Flooding in county


On Thursday heavy rains in the mountains led to flash flooding in Ferron and Huntington canyons. Flood water rushed down the creek beds and washed out the road just past Millsite golf course and before you get to the Millsite State Park entrance....

New friends arrive at Emery Care & Rehab


The Emery County Care and Rehab Center in Ferron is nearing the end of their remodeling process. Center director Alex Stephenson said everything was to be completed in May, but things have taken longer than expected. The center is planning an ope...

Huntington city council reports on celebration


At the July Huntington City Council meeting, it was the conclusion of the council, the mayor and the citizens in attendance that this year's Heritage Days was a huge success. The attendance was huge at the parade, the park and the fireworks. Thos...

Cleveland celebrates pioneer day


Cleveland Town fireworks claim to be the best in the Emery County skies. The Cleveland Fire Department puts on the show each July 24.

Photo shoot in Emery County


Department store Marshalls and TJ Maxx recently came to Emery County for a photoshoot at Millsite, Joes Valley and Goblin Valley. The photos will be used for upcoming ads for fall clothing for the stores and in other advertising materials for the...

Added tax on cigarettes could be good time to quit


With the recent increase on July 1 of the tax on tobacco in Utah, tobacco users are doing a number of things to alleviate the shock to the wallet when purchasing tobacco items. Some tobacco users have said they are still going to use tobacco and ...

LEPC hears reporting practices for toxic spills


The Emery County Local Emergency planning committee met in their July meeting. The purpose of the LEPC is to help the county become better prepared to handle any emergency that comes up in the county. The committee is made up of a representative ...

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