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Published August 16, 2011

Emery County News

Rep. Chaffetz visits county for meeting.

Congressman Jason Chaffetz visited Emery County for a town hall meeting. Chaffetz is not Emery County's representative to Congress, but he was in the area to meet people and answer questions about recent actions in Congress....

Horse and Buggy Days: Elmo celebrates small town tradition

Carolyn and Keith Randall participate in Elmo's Horse and Buggy Days celebration.

Pedestrian/auto accident kills one injures another in Green River

Automobile related tragedies continue to rock the Castle Valley as yet another local resident has been killed by a moving vehicle.

Lawrence cemetery fencing project complete

The Emery County Commission reported the fencing project at the Lawrence cemetery has been completed. Commissioner James Nelson said the project looks very nice.

Emery County Business Chamber Summit

Save the date Sept. 21 at 8 a.m. Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale. Breakout sessions in the county building. The goal is to provide information to help you become more effective and profitable and to provide an enhanced business environment fo...

Raising livestock is a family project for McArthurs

Erika McArthur spends a good deal of time getting ready for the Southeastern Utah Junior Livestock show each year as well as other shows around the region. She raises steers and her current work in progress is Grumpy Old Man which is a Maintainer bre...

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