|Published September 21, 2010|
Emery County News
Cleveland Town increases safety
Cleveland Town in conjunction with the Utah Department of Transportation has secured new flashing lights for the school crossing on Main Street in Cleveland. They have also hired two crossing guards to be present in the mornings before school and...
Melon patch memories
Parker Roylance samples the watermelon during the Melon Days celebration in Green River.
Commission hears info on Range Creek plan
In the Sept. 14 meeting of the Emery County Commission they heard from those involved in the Range Creek Management Plan. Ann Hannibal, from the Utah Museum of Natural History said the ownership of Range Creek transferred in January to SITLA and ...
Broncs and Bulls rough stock rodeo event Saturday night at Huntington Arena
Before summer is totally gone, there's time for one more rodeo. A rough stock rodeo event will be held in the Huntington rodeo arena on Sept. 25. The pre rodeo action begins at 7 p.m. with a stick horse barrel race that is open to all children wh...
Little Grand Canyon Marathon held in the Swell
The San Rafael Swell was the setting for the recent Little Grand Canyon Marathon. The overall winners were: mens full marathon, first, Scott Keate: second, Blaise Brochard, and third, Max Jones. Womens full: first, Robin Marquis; second, Bonnie K...
Ferron Peach Days remembering heroes
Ferron celebrated Peach Days with a variety of activities during the week. Earlier in the month the town crowned new Peach Days royalty. Whitney Withers is the new Miss Peach Days. The town held a historical walking tour on Tuesday. The exhibits ...
Domestic violence prevention part II
Where does violence begin?
Castleland Resource Conservation and Development week
The Castleland Resource Conservation and Development Council joins the 375 RC&D councils across the country in celebrating "RC&D Week," Sept. 19 - 25. RC&D Week was declared in recognition of the anniversary of the designation of the first 10 RC...
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