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Published May 17, 2011

Emery County News

Balloon release: Cleveland Elem. celebrates Mr. Clark

Cleveland Elementary met together with Principal Ed Clark's family recently to remember the Cleveland Elementary principal who died in January of this year. Tracy Clark spoke to the students and staff at the school. She expressed her appreciation for...

Danny Gokey to present free concert

The Emery County Fair committee announces the main event free fair concert to be held on Aug. 6 beginning at 7 p.m. From his days of long hours as a truck driver to his third place finish on Season Eight of American Idol, Danny Gokey has always been ...

Scouts help move flower project along

The No Grave Unadorned project for Memorial Day in Carbon and Emery counties is moving along well. The flower count is jumping by leaps and bounds daily and starting on Saturday volunteers will begin putting the flowers on graves in preparation for M...

School district presents teacher of the year

Patricia Zwahlen has been named the Emery County School District teacher of the year for 2010-11. She has been with the school district for 26 years with five years at Book Cliff Elementary in Green River and 21 years at Huntington Elementary where s...

School district presents employee of the year

Donna Thomas has been named as the 2010-11 support staff employee of the year. She has worked for the school district for 21 years. She has worked at Emery High School and Castle Dale and Cottonwood Elementaries. Thomas is currently the lunch manager...

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