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Published April 19, 2011

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Deer Managment


Bill Bates, regional director of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources hosted an open house at the Museum of the San Rafael recently. This meeting was to gather comments and inform wildlife enthusiasts in the area concerning the declining mule deer...

School board names Jarel Lofley as new principal


The Emery district school board held their April meeting at Emery High. Board president Laurel Johansen recognized Dana Olsen who was named the school nurse of the year for the entire state of Utah. The board also recognized the Emery High girls bask...

New Ace Hardware store opens in Green River


Green River is celebrating the opening of a new hardware store. PD Ace Hardware officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a lot of grand opening hardware specials on April 8-9. ...

Emery High hosts its annual rodeo event


A great two days of rodeo took place in Emery County on Friday and Saturday. Friday the Carbon High rodeo team hosted their event at the Castle Dale arena due to construction at their home arena. Saturday morning dawned crisp and clear as hundreds of...

Fire trucks visit Ghost Rocks for photo shoot


Eight fire trucks from Cleveland, Elmo, Huntington, Castle Dale, Orangeville, Ferron, Emery and Green River gathered at the Ghost Rock Overlook area on I-70 in Emery County where they became the cause of much excitement and attention....

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