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Published March 1, 2011

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High speed chase ends with vehicle in wash


Two Emery County Sheriff's deputies were involved with a suspect in a high speed chase on Feb. 19. At approximately 6:50 p.m. a call came into dispatch that there had been a hit and run in the Rock Canyon area between Castle Dale and Ferron. A white ...

Orangeville City approves new subdivisions


Orangeville met for their February council meeting. While considering the city bills and warrants, Mayor Pat Jones had a concern about the large Rocky Mountain Power bill and this power bill could possibly be reduced by insulating the door of the cit...

Man charged with automobile homicide


A 27-year-old man, who was living in Ferron at the time of the accident, pleaded guilty to automobile homicide Tuesday, admitting in Seventh District Court that he caused the head-on collision that killed a 68-year-old Price motorcyclist last July....

County participates in training exercise in communication


Sinbad Desert Amateur Radio Club, Boarderline Radio Club and Skyline Radio Club volunteers were invited to participate in the Seven Eastern Utah Counties mock disaster exercise. The counties involved in this exercise were Duchesne, Daggett, Uintah, ...

Happenings


Register at the Recreation Center before May 16. Mens league will begin on May 24 and womens league will begin on May 25. Registration fee is $350 per team. Waivers and registration forms can be picked up at the rec center office. For additional info...

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Celebration for State Champs

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