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Published February 28, 2012

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Groups to protest state engineers decision on water


A Jan. 20 decision by the Utah State Engineer has removed a major state barrier to a proposal to build Utah's first nuclear power plant. But watchdog and environmental groups in Moab and Salt Lake City say they will formally petition State Engi...

Huge tiger trout caught at Scofield Reservoir


It looks like a new state record tiger trout has been caught in Utah.

Huntington City changes cemetery fee schedule - fire station progresses


In the February Huntington City Council meeting, the city council approved new regulations concerning operation of the city cemetery. After discussing the issue last month, the city approved Resolution 1-2012 and Ordinance 1-2012....

Commission approves bond for CVSSD


The Emery County Commissioners held a public hearing to receive input on the issuance of taxable general obligation bonds. The Castle Valley Special Service District has requested the bonds for capital improvement projects. In 2009 a bond w...

Business spotlight Motel 6 in Green River


Motel 6 in Green River area now open as new franchise

Emery Care and Rehab parties with Jello


Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Jello from Emery County Care and Rehab. We want you to know we share the love with our residents. This perfect combination only happens here in Utah. Home of the ongoing love affair with Jello. That's right, Jello....

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