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Published June 7, 2011

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Freedom Fighters: Local Veterans remember fallen comrades


Many Veteran's programs were presented throughout Emery County for Memorial Day. The American Legions from Ferron, Huntington, Emery and Orangeville visited all the cemeteries in the county where a 21 gun salute was given as well as raising the flag ...

Late night fire destroys garage in Huntington


A fire started in the garage of the Cody Potter home in Huntington at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Sunday Night.

Salazar says there will be no Wild Lands


In a memo to Bureau of Land Management Director Bob Abbey, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar confirmed that, pursuant to the 2011 Continuing Resolution, the BLM will not designate any lands as "Wild Lands," and outlined how the Department will wo...

Temple Mountain informational sign


Emery County Historic Preservation Commission installed an interpretive sign at the upper camping area near Temple Mountain on May 26. The three by four foot, multicolor sign provides information to visitors to Temple Mountain concerning the historic...

Commission discusses road rights-of-way


Bryan Torgerson was present representing State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration. Torgerson explained the process that has taken place concerning county roads on SITLA lands and introduced Kim Christy to give further informa...

Open house and ribbon cutting on June 10 for Moments 2 Cherish


There will be a ribbon cutting on June 10 at noon at the new Moments 2 Cherish scrapbooking store. The store is located at 25 West Main within the Boyd's Pharmacy building in Castle Dale. Montica Cox is the owner of the new store which sells gifts a...

River runners beware of high water conditions


The anticipated high water in June will drastically change the nature of your trip. Please keep the following points in mind: Do not attempt to navigate the Green River without the proper skills or equipment. ...

EHS graduates 157 in 2011


The Emery High class of 2011 has now left the school to make their mark on the world. The theme for the graduation held on May 26 was "What lies behind and what lies before are tiny matters compared to what lies within." Class president Kalin Burr we...

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