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Published November 8, 2011

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Noxious weeds take toll on land in county


The Skyline Cooperative Weed Management Area Committee met in Castle Dale recently to learn how to control Tamarisk and Russian olive trees and to see some of the newest invading weeds, specifically the ox-eye daisy. The meeting was in the form of a ...

High achievers


Huntington Elementary has received the "Utah's High Performing Title I School" recognition. This award is based on achieving Adequate Yearly Progress in both language arts and mathematics for the previous two years, being at or above the Utah state a...

Early stages of Tea party movement stirs in Ferron


On Tuesday Nov. 1, a meeting was held in Ferron City Hall for the purpose of forming a Tea Party organization in Emery County. This group is not affiliated with any other Tea Party organization and is not a political third party. The name "Tea Party"...

Recognition: Sentinels of Safety, Southwest Stone and SUFCO mine


"Sentinels of Safety" Awards Honor Outstanding Safety Performance at U.S. Mines.

Emery County Business Chamber Shopping event kick-off Emery County: Your first choice


Emery County - Your First Choice

Emery High Drama to present Grease on Nov. 17-19


On Nov. 17, 18, and 19 the Emery High Drama Department will present the fun, musical, Grease. The Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances will be held in the Emery High Auditorium at 7 p.m. The admission fee is $4 for a student or child, $5 for ...

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Fall Harvest Arts and Crafts fair Nov. 12

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