|Published August 2, 2011|
Emery County News
Lamb fry to benefit cancer victim
The Emery County lamb fry is returning this week to the fair on Friday and Saturday. The lamb fry is back by popular demand. This year Kent Wilson from BK's will spearhead the event. Wilson said, "The county asked us to help keep the tradition on the...
Mud puddle kids find way to keep cool
The neighbor children find a place to keep cool on a hot summer afternoon in Huntington. Meliah, Tandy, and Tage Jensen. Daxton, and Dacelyn Minchey. Bowen, Dane, Rogun, and Tyne Sitterud. The proud grandma Lesa Miller is ready with the hose to sp...
Irrigation project in two phases
Craig Johansen of Johansen and Tuttle reported the progress of the Cottonwood Creek Irrigation Company's pressurized irrigation projects. The Clipper/Western Water Irrigation Improvement Project, has been divided into two phases because of the fundi...
ECBC: Lunch and Learn on customer service
The Emery County Business Chamber hosted the July lunch and learn and the topic was customer service. ECBC president Tyler Jeffs introduced Candide Lopez from California as the featured speaker and she gave many helpful suggestions to local business ...
LEPC: looks at flooding and Red Cross help for disasters
The Local Emergency planning committee met in their regularly scheduled meeting on July 13 at the training room of the Emery County Sheriff's Office.
Elmo appoints new city councilman
On July 13, the Elmo Town Council held their regular scheduled meeting at Elmo Town Hall.
Local man to head up Russian convention
The Russians are coming. The Russians are coming. Well, the German Russians anyway. The American Historical Society of Germans from Russia will have their annual convention at the Little America Hotel and Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Aug....
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