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Published June 14, 2011

Emery County News

Friends forever: Sheremy to give a kidney to Kaylee

It's a tale of a friendship that has lasted and grown throughout the years. Kaylee Edgehouse VanWagoner and Sheremy Curtis McEvoy have been friends since junior high. They were on the drill team together at San Rafael Junior High. They entered Em...

Southeastern Utah OHV club adopts Millsite

The Southeastern Utah OHV Club has teamed up with Millsite caretakers to help repair and beautify the park. The club has adopted the park and encourages other local groups to become involved as well. They wish to thank all of the local people who...

First ever habitat house in Green River

On May 17, the first ever Habitat for Humanity house in Green River broke ground. In attendance for this historic event was the Habitat for Humanity of Castle Country board members, AmeriCorps NCCC Silver 4, residents and supporters of Green Rive...

Utah National Guard band to perform July 7

The 23rd Army Band of the Utah National Guard will continue their 2011 Summer Concert Series with a special concert in Castle Dale at the Castle Dale Fair Grounds. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. on July 7 and the concert is free, no ticket r...

Motorcycle accident in Castle Dale causes injury

On June 10 at 11:42 a.m. a motorcyclist failed to negotiate the wide turn on the north end of SR-10 heading into Castle Dale. He was traveling south with a group of motorcycles at the time of the accident. The cyclist behind him said he saw him b...

Castle Dale Elementary students read Mr. Worthen into a sundae

Castle Dale Elementary students rose to the challenge of reading enough minutes to have a reward at the end of the school year. They spent the school year as book worms in a reading incentive program hosted by the school's PTA. For every 100 minu...

Emery County Business Chamber welcomes All-Star to county

The Emery County Business Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting to welcome All-Star Property Management to the county. The business is owned and operated by Kevin Gilbert. Gilbert was born and raised in Huntington. He graduated from Emery High and th...

Areas experience flooding; Swasey's campground closed

The Green River has peaked, at least that's what Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk is hoping. On Monday it was flowing 48,000 cfs and in 1984 the highest level reached was 48,300 cfs. ...

Little Miss Emery Pageant on June 16

The Little Miss Pageant will be held in the commons area at Canyon View Junior High School in Huntington on June 16 at 6 p.m., entry fee is $3 per person.

Public meetings on land use bill

Emery County Public Lands Council will host public meetings at the following times and places for the purpose of advising Emery County residents and other stakeholders of the recommended land use plan and federal legislation. These meetings will ...

CIB funds two projects

The Utah Permanent Community Impact Board Thursday approved more than $2.5 million for two projects in Emery County.

Volunteers needed for upcoming Relay for Life event on July 15

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life® is seeking volunteers in Emery County including walkers, cancer survivors, caregivers, community leaders, anyone wanting to make a difference. Volunteers are needed to organize and recruit fundraisin...

Free summer lunch feeding program at schools

Emery School District is sponsoring a summer lunch program for children. The sites and serving times will be, Ferron Elementary cafeteria 100 West Mill Rd. Ferron 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m....

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