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Published January 18, 2011

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BLM ordered to protect wilderness characteristics on BLM managed land


At the January Emery County Public Lands meeting there was speculation as to what the Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar's order on protecting wilderness characteristics on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management would mean to Emery Co...

Cattle crossing


It isn't every day a herd of cattle passes along Castle Dale Main Street.

Commission holds first meeting of the year


The Emery County Commission started their new year of meetings on the second Tuesday of the month. Their monthly meeting schedules will be on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 9 a.m. One meeting, the end of August will be held in Green River. The...

Cleveland home to an ambulance and fire truck


Just prior to the regular council meeting of the Cleveland Town Council, a local building authority meeting was held. During this meeting, Mayor Chris Parkins announced several requests for use of the remaining funds from the construction of the ...

School board swears in re-elected members


The Emery County School Board met for its Jan. 5 meeting. The first item on the agenda, after the pledge of allegiance, was the swearing in of two re-elected board members. They are Royd Hatt and Marie Guymon Johnson. The election of board office...

Pieces of History by Phil Fauver pt.III


The Emery County Historical Society recently presented the Mysteries of the Mountain Meadows Massacre at the Museum of the San Rafael.

Abbey gets roasted by council over interior order: locals attend


There was not enough room at the inn for the crowd, many of whom sported yellow or red badges depending on their point of view, that showed up on Friday at the Utah State Capitol for a meeting of the governor's Balanced Resource Committee....

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