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Published February 7, 2012

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90 years of living the good life in Orangeville

Claude Scovill will turn 90 on Feb. 8. Most of these 90 years were spent in Orangeville in the same house. Scovill said he's had a good life and has been able to accomplish much. He is most proud of his family. "They turned out real well. They ar...

Legislative update from Rep. Watson

The 2012 Legislature has begun and things have been moving along nicely. I presented in committee a bill that would require the University Hospital and Miners Hospital to present an annual accounting of money the hospital receives to the Natural ...

Legislative update from Rep. McIff

The legislature is underway. We have a little new money, darn little, but enough to whet the appetite of the many departments in need. We will listen carefully. It will challenge our evaluative skills. For all its rhetoric and rummaging around, t...

LEPC meeting deals with disaster readiness

The Local Emergency Planning Committee met in their January meeting. A short video was shown on the affects of CO2 and possible side effects and risks. The video showed a worker at a McDonalds in Arizona who became sick when she went downstairs a...

Gov. Herbert visits the Lincoln Day dinner

The Emery County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner was held Jan. 27, at the San Rafael Museum. After the Pledge of Allegiance by Doug Lowe, the singing of the National Anthem by Brenda Seely and the Invocation by Sam Singleton, Karen Dellos int...

Emery County Republican Party Caucus Meetings-March 15

Emery County Republican Party Caucus Meetings-March 15

BLM shuts off oil shale development

U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) denounced another ruling by the Obama Administration that shuts down access to federal lands for American energy production and kills jobs that come with it. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management's ruling closes off...

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