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Published February 14, 2012

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Nielson Construction gets the go ahead on Quitchupah road project

Nielson Construction makes plans to begin Quitchupah Road construction

Sage grouse can be cause for concern

The Emery County Public Lands Council met in their February meeting. Rod Player was welcomed as the newest member of the council. Bruce Wilson will remain as chairman for 2012 and Gary Petty is the vice-chairman. The board approved the guidelines...

Spelling giants of Emery County

Spelling. It can be easy, it can be difficult and it can be frustrating. School spelling bee winners gathered at the district spelling bee at Emery High on Feb. 8 to experience all these emotions as they battled for the chance to go to the region...

Joe's Valley fishing derby winners

The Joe's Valley Fishing Derby was held on Jan.27-28.

Emery High to present play

Emery High presents The Imaginary Invalid.

Funds awarded for disaster relief

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service has announced more than $44 million in Emergency Watershed Protection funding is now available for several natural disasters that have occurred in Utah over the past 13 m...

San Rafael Junior High CTE Job Shadow Day

San Rafael seventh grade CTE students participated in the National Job Shadow Day on Feb. 2. This is a day where the students are able to shadow a parent or other adult and find out a little bit about the world of work. ...

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