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Published October 25, 2011

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Museum honors Cliff Oviatt with service award

The annual Night at the Museum celebration highlighted the new displays and exhibits at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale as well as spotlighting a museum hero.

Happy Haunting / Tons of activities in store for Halloween

Emery County is proving to be a scary place for the next week as Halloween activities abound in the county. The Field of Screams corn maze will continue this week on Center Street in Castle Dale just south of the high school parking lot. The corn maz...

Emery County Business Summit Part III Ken Fakler: owning/operating a family business

Ken Fakler presented at the Emery County Business Chamber Economic Summit. He spoke on family owned and operated businesses. His business, started by his father and operated by he and his brother was Fakler Tire. The business was split-up in a creati...

Benefit for Brianne Mason Simmons scheduled

Dinner, raffle, silent auction and much more. To donate or for more information contact: Lindsey Oman 749-0416, Nicole Bennett 650-2607 or Laurel Magnuson 381-2574.

Bountiful Baskets expands program

Did your garden freeze recently? Do you still want fresh vegetables at a reasonable price? Then the Bountiful Baskets program might be just for you.

Commission meeting renews law enforcement with forest

The Commission approved a Memorandum of Understanding between Emery County and USDA, Forest Service Manti-La-Sal National Forest, which gives Emery County Cooperating Agency status. This is a renewal of a memorandum that has existed in the past. The ...


Emery County Historical Society

Sheriff's Office arrests former deputy

The Emery County Sheriff's Office has released information that a former deputy has been arrested for burglary and theft at the sheriff's office.

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