|Published January 11, 2011|
Emery County News
County presses forward with land use bill
The Emery County Public Lands Council is moving forward with their land use bill. After two years of steady work the draft language is nearing its completion. The lands council met and went over the draft land use bill number four at their Januar...
Spardettes include: not in order, Haylie Cloward, Sydni Ekker, Kelcy Faimalo, Ashton Frandsen, Jessica Furner, Jessi Jennings, Rikelle Larsen, Tanya Luke, Cassidy Luke, Alyssa Mann, Taylor Miller, Brittany Payne, Marissa Urie and Tylynn Webster....
New sheriff sees community/deputies as key to success
After answering questions about the Emery County Sheriff's Office equipment needs, policies and future work with the community, new Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk stopped the questioning and looked across the room....
Business chamber makes plans for 2011 Lunch and Learn Jan. 18
The second Lunch and Learn meeting will be held on Jan. 18 at noon at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale. The event will be catered by Gilly's from Ferron. Featured speakers will be Mike McCandless, Emery County Economic Development Dire...
Emery County New Year Baby 2011
The parents of the first baby born for Emery County this year in 2011 are Del and Robyn Orme of Ferron. Leah Jean Orme was born Jan. 4, 2011 at 6:49 a.m.
Huntington discusses possible sites for fire station
The Huntington City Council had an abbreviated meeting in December as they prepared for the holidays. The city staff Christmas party followed the council meeting at the town hall....
Pieces of History by Phil Fauver pt.II
The Emery County Historical Society recently presented the Mysteries of the Mountain Meadows Massacre at the Museum of the San Rafael.
Cleveland Town Christmas Eve celebration
Fortune Ward tells Santa her Christmas wishes.
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