|Published February 8, 2011|
Emery County News
Huntington Elem. PTA will host its annual Valentines Carnival on Feb. 11 from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Huntington Elementary gym. There will be games, food and fun. Games include the cake walk, fish pond, fortune teller,basketball toss, bowling, football t...
The Wilderness Society presents their map to the public lands council
In the Emery County Public Lands work meeting for February the Wilderness Society presented their map to the council. The map prepared outlines what the society would like to see included in an Emery County land use bill....
Ceramics for Fun opens in Emery Town
Ceramics for Fun opened its doors in Emery on Feb. 1. The business is located in the former town hall directly behind the post office in the same building. Barb Petty is the business owner. The Emery County Business Chamber held a ribbon cutting to w...
Local Emergency planning continues
The Emery County Local Emergency Planning Committee met for their January meeting at the Emery County Sheriff's office. The purpose of the LEPC is to help the county and the cities become more prepared for an emergency and aid in the emergency plan f...
Ferron City installs cameras at fairgrounds
Ferron City Council felt the need to install cameras at the dumpster at the fairgrounds to try to curtail illegal dumping at the dumpster. People who dump non-permissible items in the dumpster could receive a ticket....
Small communities feel budget pinch
CASTLE DALE - Even as marginally improving numbers celebrate the nation's emergence from economic eclipse, many local Utah officials say they're still struggling to escape its shadows....
Legislative report from Christine Watkins
Another very busy week at the State Capitol, HB 44, Italian American Heritage Month, passed through the senate and is now on its way to the governor.Wednesday, Feb. 9, HJR 9 will be presented to the senate. This resolution will honor WWII Navajo Code...
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