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Published November 15, 2011

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Ceremony honors Veteran's on their special day


Veteran's Day was a special day in the county as banks and county offices, state and federal offices were closed to observe the holiday.

Community gathers for fundraiser for Brianne Mason Simmons


The benefit for Brianne Mason Simmons was held last week at Canyon View Junior High in Huntington. There was a large turnout and event organizers viewed the event as a great success. There was a pulled pork dinner, bake sale and silent auction. There...

SRJH Honor Society Induction Ceremony


On Oct. 11, 25 students were inducted into the San Rafael Junior High Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. A student must maintain a 3.75 grade point average to become a member of the society. The students were honored at a short program hel...

Academic All-State recipients


Seven Emery High students were awarded the Academic All-State Award for the 2011 fall sports season, left to right: Jaecee Bird (Rick and Evelyn Bird), Tiffany Funk (Greg and Jessica Funk) and Caleb Woolsey (Darren and Jeanette Woolsey) cross country...

Grease opens at EHS on Thursday at 7 p.m.


Adrienne Carter as Sandy and Blayke Noyes as Danny lead the cast of Grease, a musical, which opens Nov. 17 at Emery High. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. The cost is $4 for a student or child, $5 for an adult, or $25 per fami...

The big blast broke the rock and reduced it to rubble.


The Cottonwood Creek Irrigation project continues to move forward and on Nov. 3, ground was cleared for the progression of the pipeline. At approximately 5:10 p.m., Terry R. Brotherson Excavating Company from Mt. Pleasant, used the 3-Rivers Drillin...

Volunteers clean-up Little Wild Horse Canyon


The Bureau of Land Management in Price, was contacted with the concern that there were more than 100 new etches and scrawls on the canyon walls in Little Wild Horse Canyon. This damage was new in 2011, and many etches were dated....

Voters decide municipal elections


GREEN RIVER CITY MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTIONS - CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES (4 YR TERM) - VOTE FOR THREE

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Emery Town Holiday Bazaar

Earthquake shakes the county on Wednesday


Reports of an earthquake came to Emery County Sheriff's Office (ECSO) Dispatch from residents in Huntington, Castle Dale, Orangeville and Ferron. According to the University of Utah Seismograph Station, the earthquake occurred at 9:27 p.m. on Nov. 9....

Sen. David Hinkins has issue with SITLA lands within the Emery County land use bill


At the November public lands meeting an update was given on the status of the Emery County land use bill. Commissioner Jeff Horrocks said recently the commissioners attended a Constitutional Defense Committee meeting along with public lands director ...

Commission makes decision for public defenders


The Emery County Commission made a decision on the contract for the public defenders for indigent offenders in Emery County. David and McKette Allred have had the contract for several years. This year the contract was bid out among local lawyers. Cou...

Desert Thunder bullriding event coming to Castle Dale


Monroe Magnuson welcomes everyone to come to the Desert Thunder Bull Riding event on Nov. 26 from 7-10 p.m. This event is being held at the Blue Sage Arena in Castle Dale. There will be mutton bustin at 6:15 p.m. with a 50 pound weight limit. Magnus...

Christmas tree permits to go on sale at Ferron Forest Service office


Forest Service schedules tree permit sales

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