|Published February 22, 2011|
Emery County News
Huntington City changes site for new fire station
By GARY ARRINGTON, Staff Writer
Ratio: Green River Home To New Sculpture
Green River is the home to a new sculpture. The sculpture was constructed in December 2010 by contractor Randy Erwin. The sculpture was designed by renowned Australian artist Andrew Rogers. Rogers was contacted by a lawyer at his home in Australia an...
Open house at the Huntington airport
Jody Cox, a certified flight instructor, held an open house at the airport to determine how many people in Emery County were interested in learning to fly an airplane. With the wind blowing from 40-60 miles per hour on the airport hill, more than 35 ...
Business chamber welcomes new barber shop
Huntington has a new barber shop located next to Carbon/Emery Insurance on Main Street. If you're in need of some pampering and an old fashioned barber experience then step into Kurt's Classic Barber Shop. Curtis Scalp offers a hot towel shave and ot...
Improving the Emery County business climate: Lunch and Learn explores economic activity
The Emery County Business Chamber is planning its March Lunch and Learn meeting. It will be held on March 15 at noon at the Museum of the San Rafael. The featured speaker for this lunch will be Alan Christensen who is an expert on marketing your busi...
Meeting for disaster plan
The Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments natural hazards pre-disaster mitigation plan review and update meetings will take place on Feb. 23, for Emery County (Emery County Courthouse, 75 E Main St. Castle Dale, Utah) at 10 a.m. -12 noo...
Recognition: Kyle Cox
When someone joins any branch of the armed forces, one typically expects to learn honor and discipline and perhaps embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
Historical Societey: Emery County Historical Society invites you to join in discovering some Secrets of Robber's Roost. Our guest speaker, Tom McCourt, will speak about his latest book, The Last of The Robber's Roost Outlaws. He is the author of many...
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