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Published October 4, 2011

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Ferron Reservoir treatment to kill fish


By early afternoon of Sept. 22, the long-planned treatment of Ferron Reservoir had been completed. As Division of Wildlife Resources trucks rumbled down the mountain with boats, trailers and equipment in tow, fish were already floating to the surfa...

Domestic violence program in 13th year


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is the 13th year the Emery County Domestic Violence Coalition is sponsoring an awareness and educational program for the community. The program will be held on Oct. 12 from noon to 1 p.m. at the coun...

United Way day of caring in Green River


Celebrating 10 years of service the Green River Community Center participated in a Day of Caring with the United Way, Green River High School, City of Green River, PACT Board members, and Staff. This was in conjunction with 911 day of service. ...

Emery County Business Chamber summit Part I


The Emery County Business Chamber hosted their first economic summit on Sept. 21. The event began with a breakfast and speaker. Tom Retson from Blue Castle Holdings spoke about the proposed nuclear power plant in Green River. After breakfast two brea...

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Republican Party Rib Eye Steak Dinner

Commission discusses speed in Lawrence


Traffic speed in Lawrence was a topic of discussion at the last commission meeting of September. A concerned Lawrence citizen said vehicles are traveling by her home in excess of 50 mph in a 30 mph zone. She would like another speed limit sign to ale...

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