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Published September 28, 2010

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Pioneer cabin returns home


A pioneer cabin finds its way almost home in the town of Cleveland. The old cabin sat on the Gardner farm in Cleveland. As plans were made to install a pivot on the property the old cabin was in the way. Owen Olsen saw the old cabin and told Natl...

Castle Dale fire station to receive facelift


During the recent Castle Dale City Council meeting, the council approved to sign the interlocal agreement between Castle Valley Special Service District and Castle Dale City regarding the B and C road funds. This agreement states Castle Dale City...

Orangeville City honors employees


Mayor Pat Jones, after opening the September city meeting made a presentation to Cindy Nielson, City Treasurer, who recently became re-certified as a Utah Public Finance Administrator. She received her original certification five years ago....

Huntington City awards beautification prizes


Huntington resident Jim Hansen was on the Huntington City Council September agenda to revisit the issue of city pay raises. Hansen feels the city has "outrageous salaries" and that the city has come up with justification for salary increases. Han...

Vehicle/pedestrian accident sends lady to hospital


On Sept. 27 at approximately 8:30 a.m. on Castle Dale Main Street a woman was hit by a vehicle. The vehicle had just pulled out from Maverik and was heading north on SR-10. The woman was in the inside lane when she was hit. Apparently the woman w...

RSVP annual awards luncheon honors volunteers


The Retired Senior Volunteer Program members and guests were given a recognition dinner, catered by Gilly's of Ferron. Sponsored by the RSVP also known as the Volunteers of America Senior Corp organization....

100% For Kids donation to Canyon View


The 100% For Kids Credit Union Education Foundation is awarding $1,495 to Canyon View Junior High in Emery School District to aid in the purchase of needed classroom equipment....

Domestic Violence part III


Unclenching the Fist of Anger

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