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Published November 1, 2011

Emery County News

Charges filed against former deputy

Charges have been filed against former Emery County deputy Clayton Bell. He resigned from the sheriff's office on Oct. 1. On Oct. 16 Clayton Bell was located inside the Emery County Sheriff's Office. Bell had driven his pick-up truck and parked in an...

Pumpkin party

It was a night of food, fun and pumpkins at the Castle Dale community pumpkin party on Thursday. The children chose a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch and then proceeded to carve it into a Jack-O-Lantern. A stew dinner with pumpkin pie was served....

Appeals court comes to Emery County

The Utah Court of Appeals periodically holds court sessions in other locations to enhance the public's understanding of the court's work and to provide the public with an opportunity to see the Court of Appeals in session. The court traveled to Castl...

Emery County Business Summit Part IV David Wilkey: promoting the Millsite golf course

At the recent Emery County Business Chamber Economic Summit the spotlight was on the Millsite Golf Course in Ferron and the recently completed back nine. With the 18 hole course more economic opportunities abound according to David Wilkey who was ask...

Benefit for Brianne Mason Simmons to be held Nov. 2 at CVJH at 6 p.m.

Brianne Mason Simmons, 32 of Lawrence, a recently widowed mother of four young girls, Kamrie, age 14, Danielle and Raquelle, who are 9 and Madilyn age 6, is battling cervical cancer that has spread to other areas in her abdomen. Brianne faithfully we...

Festive Friday

In November the Festive Friday will swap days and become a Festive Thursday instead. It will be held on Nov. 3 at noon at the county building upstairs. The theme is Attitude of Gratitude, positive thoughts on Holiday Survival....

Huntington fire station behind schedule

At the Huntington City October City council meeting, the new Huntington City fire station was the topic talked about the most. Although construction work is progressing now, the fact that the construction is more than two months behind schedule is a ...

Make sure you're counted in Ag census

USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service will soon be conducting the 2012 Census of Agriculture. NASS is committed to ensuring that all farms and ranches are counted in the census and to collecting data that accurately represents U. S. Agricu...


Brianne Mason Simmons fundraiser

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