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Published August 9, 2011

Emery County News

Castle Dale boy dies in bicycle/car accident


A bicycle/automobile accident occurred on Saturday at approximately 6:18 p.m. near the town of Cleveland. On SR-155 at mile post three, a small child on a bicycle was unable to stop and entered the roadway where he was struck by a westbound Toyota Av...

Emery County Fair memories


Emery County Fair memories...

Castle Dale woman struck by drunk driver


A Castle Dale woman is dead and a Huntington man is in the Carbon County Jail awaiting possible automobile homicide charges following a Saturday morning hit-and-run which police believe was fueled by alcohol. Utah Highway Patrol spokesperson Joe Doug...

ECBC Business spotlight: Food Ranch since 1981


Drew and Val LeRoy own the Food Ranch in Orangeville. Drew recently spoke at the Emery County Business Chamber Lunch and Learn. Food Ranch was the local business spotlight for July. LeRoy said, "In order to be in business in Emery County you must be ...

County to start project to update apartments


The Emery County Commissioners held their second public hearing regarding the Community Development Block Grant for $175,000. The project the money will be used for is the replacing of all bathroom components including flooring and asbestos abatement...

Free swim and ice cream at the Emery County fair


County residents cool off on a hot day at the fair with a free swim day and free ice cream from Coldstone Creamery.

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