|Published June 28, 2011|
Emery County News
Stitched with love: Quilts of Valor for injured service members
It's a project which started 10 years ago when Hazel McMullin found an ad in a quilting magazine called "Unlimited Possibilities" which asked for volunteers to make Quilts of Valor. These quilts are distributed to injured servicemen and women in hosp...
Forest service talks about controlled burns
The US Forest Service has received a lot of criticism over the years for their handling of fire. From the policy of not letting fire burn to allowing burns in some places, there has been confusion by the public. There have been prescribed burns that ...
Ready to relay: Remembering Garth Childs
Whether its fall, winter, spring, or summer, hunting season, fishingÂ season or your favorite holiday season, having even one more season toÂ share with those you love is a reason to fight cancer. It's Relay Season in Emery County. Join us as we ...
Huntington readies for Heritage Days
With the Fourth of July nearly here, the annual Heritage Days celebration was a big topic at the June Huntington City Council meeting. The mayor reported that there will be a lot of entertainment at this year's festivities. Councilperson Julie Jones ...
Elmo appoints new mayor to fill term
The first item of business at the Elmo Town June meeting was the appointment of an interim mayor. No letters of interest were received. The council talked about possible appointees. Lavar Jensen, Clark Atwood and Ryan Jensen were considered. Brent ...
2011 Little Miss Emery pageant crowns Brinlee Hurdsman, Aspen and Corben Bloomer
Thirteen beautiful contestants, three winning royalty, and one fabulous pageant.The Little Miss Emery County Pageant flew high on June 16 at Canyon View Junior High in Huntington. Participants with ages ranging from 6-15 were eager to show off their ...
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