|Published December 13, 2011|
Emery County News
Santa has been sighted all over county
The Christmas season is in full swing in the county with a variety of activities taking place since Thanksgiving. Several communities have had celebrations including Huntington, Castle Dale, Orangeville, Ferron, Elmo and Clawson. Cleveland will hold ...
Woman dies from exposure at local trailer park
The body of a missing Emery County woman was found on Dec. 9. The deceased has been identified as Stephanie Jo Robertson, age 49, of Castle Dale.
Green River in need of new fire station/public safety building
Green River representatives attended the December commission meeting to discuss the possibility of partnering with the county for the construction of an emergency services building in Green River. Green River is in need of a new ambulance garage, fir...
Changes to deer hunting in Utah coming in 2012
Deer hunt will happen in 30 units
Youth Holiday Basketball Tournament
Food wars at the rehab centers in Ferron and Price
In the spirit of Christmas giving, Emery County Care and Rehab has challenged Pinnacle Nursing and Rehab to a food drive.
Holiday Gifts needed for the disabled
Utah Association for intellectual Disabilities holiday gift box: more than 500 individuals with intellectual disabilities still have not been adopted, applications up over 30 percent over this time last year. Deadlines have been extended and help is...
Guest writer looks at drugs and their affects
Do you know anyone in your community who abuses drugs and/or alcohol? Is it a friend? Is it a relative? Is it you? Drug and alcohol abuse is once again on the rise not only for adults, but for teens as well. "After 10 years of a steady decline, teen ...
Time for Holiday cheer and to thank a great teacher
With the approaching holidays, this is an especially good time to nominate an excellent classroom teacher for an Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award, according to Ken May, general manager of the Sufco mine....
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