|Published January 31, 2012|
Emery County News
Emery Swimmers head to state Emery boys place first in Region
The Emery High boys team placed first in region at Richfield. The swimmers will go to the state meet at BYU on Friday and Saturday. Spencer Fauver, Tyler Pulli, Eli Oliverson, Conner Benson,Tyler Rowley, Jessica Guymon, Melece Pulli, Tanner Petersen,...
Commission gives county service awards
The Emery County Commission honored county employees with service awards at commission meeting on Jan. 24. The 2011 Service Awards included: 30 Years - Bliss Mead, sheriff's office; 25 years - Kyle Ekker - sheriff's office; Steve Kemple - road depart...
Forbidden Fruit and Emery Telcom present at the January Lunch and Learn event for the ECBC
The Emery County Business Chamber met in their first Lunch and Learn of 2012 on Jan. 18 at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale. Chamber President Tyler Jeffs welcomed everyone to the meeting. He introduced Darcey and Gregg Powell as the local...
Opposition to nuclear power plant near Green River
With State Engineer Kent Jones recently authorizing the use of Green River water to cool proposed nuclear reactors in southeast Utah, anxiety is on the rise amongst area residents. But Blue Castle Holdings plans to build a nuclear power plant do not ...
Growing in my heart craft fair
It's time once again to register kindergarten students who will be attending school in Aug. 2012. This will include all children who have a birth date of Sept. 1, 2006 through Sept. 1, 2007. Following is the schedule. Cleveland Elementary: Feb. 28 - ...
Polaris grant to aid Forest Service in trail maintenance
Thanks to a grant from Polaris, the work of maintaining and improving the Arapeen Trail system will be enhanced. Polaris recently awarded the Manti-La Sal National Forest an $11,000 equipment grant, which will provide a Polaris RZR to use for trail i...
Legislators call for approval of permitting for road connecting Sevier and Emery counties
U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Congressman Jason Chaffetz (UT-3) have written to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to urge approval along Quitchupah Creek Road in Sevier and Emery counties. ...
|Web Poll |
December 7, 2010
Approximately how many Emery County Progress articles per day do you view or read online?
More than 10 (12.67%)
About 5-10 (10.14%)
About 2-5 (15.46%)
789 total votes
Provide us with feedback by visiting our community forums, by email, or by calling us at 435-381-2431.
|Emery County News |
|Recent Local News
Best viewed with Firefox