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Published August 23, 2011

Emery County News

It's back to school on Wednesday


Ready or not it's back to school time, classes officially begin in the Emery School District on Aug. 24. The Emery School board held their August meeting on the 10th. Several items relating to the new school year were discussed....

Happenings in Huntington: Hail storm destroys gardens


Huntington residents were hit by a hail storm on Monday that averaged 3/4 inches in diameter. Serious damage was done to gardens and homes in the area. Several roofs were damaged and the hail stones were so large and coming so fast they actually poke...

Work begins on the new Huntington City fire station on Main Street.



Hot Topic


Vandalism was a hot topic at the Huntington City Council August meeting. Two parks have felt the effects of wanton acts of vandalism this past month. At the Huntington City Park, youth built a fire on top of a picnic table while at the Memorial Park ...

Emery County Business Chamber plans economic summit on Sept. 21


The Emery County Business Chamber is excited to announce their first annual economic summit. The summit will be held on Sept. 21. It will begin with the breakfast session at the Museum of the San Rafael. The breakfast speakers will be from Blue Castl...

Walk across America to raise awareness for transplants


A coast-to-coast trek to benefit transplant patients and their families

Hot Topic


Vandalism was a hot topic at the Huntington City Council August meeting. Two parks have felt the effects of wanton acts of vandalism this past month. At the Huntington City Park, youth built a fire on top of a picnic table while at the Memorial Park ...

Temple riders take a trip to the Black Hills


On July 16, San Rafael Temple Riders kicked off the major trip of the summer to the Black Hills by meeting up with other Temple Riders gathered in Vernal, for a temple session. Riders from Wyoming, Colorado, Salt Lake, and Salem joined the San Rafael...

Castle Country Habitat for Humanity and Wells Fargo Bank pair up to get the job done


On Aug. 17, Wells Fargo Bank paired up with Castle County Habitat for Humanity to put a major dent in the balance of the work needed to finish the Habitat Project House in Wellington. Wells Fargo donated $10,000 for materials needed and then even bro...

Rock hounds to converge on Price, San Rafael and Range Creek


Approximately 200 members of the Utah Rock Art Research Association will visit Price in September as the group hosts its annual symposium.

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