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Published September 13, 2011

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Great Fall fishing ahead says DWR


Late summer and fall fishing is some of the best fishing of the entire year. Aquatic biologist Justin Hart said fall is a great time to go out and hit the reservoirs, lakes and streams in the area. The water temperature begins to cool down and the fi...

Peach Days


A Walk in Time through Ferron

Cleveland residents want to keep post office


Residents of Cleveland met in an effort to fight off any attempts by the federal government to close their post office. Rural post offices throughout the nation are living with the fear that their post offices may be closed. Several post offices in E...

Improvements to fairgrounds in the works


The fairgrounds in Castle Dale will be expanding in size soon. After several years in the works, Castle Dale City will purchase the old forest service house on Main Street along with the horse corral. This added property will allow Castle Dale City t...

Emery County business chamber prepares for summit


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...

Ferron Field of Flags patriotic program


Ferron Peach Days second annual Patriotic Program Field of Flags was held at 7 a.m. on Sept. 10. With the backdrop of the Field of Flags placed on the lawn the program was held before a large audience. The American Legion brought in the flag and pres...

Jensen family issues statement on son's deathline


Editor's note: The Butch and Jeanie Jensen family is widely known in Emery County. They own the Tavaputs Ranch and are also part-time residents of Green River owning a home and residing there when they are unable to get to their ranch. Their son Tate...

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