|Published March 13, 2012|
Emery County News
Four winners for EHS in Sterling Scholars
The Emery High Sterling Scholars did well at the Sterling Scholar competition on March 6 at the College of Eastern Utah. Emery had four winners and five runners-up.Sterling Scholar is something the participants prepare for their entire lives. T...
Agreement brings end to four year investigation
Genwal Resources, Inc. Announces Agreement Ending U.S. Attorney's Crandall Canyon Mine Probe
State engineer stands by his decision for nuke water
Marc Stilson from the Utah Division of Water Rights office reported to the Emery County Public Lands Council on Tuesday that State Engineer Kent Jones would not reconsider his January decision to award the change of point of diversion for water...
Community theatre to present Mame on March 15-17
The Emery County Community Theatre (ECCT) proudly presents "Mame", a musical based on a book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. It will be presented at the Emery High School Auditorium March 15, 16, an...
Economic benefits of movie John Carter to Utah
Economic Development leaders in Utah are optimistic that the release of John Carter from Walt Disney Studios will create interest in the state as a tourism destination. Emery, Grand, Kane, Millard, and Wayne counties were used as a backdrop for...
Zions bank recognition
Study hard. Get good grades. Repeat until graduation. That's the message Zions Bank is sending students like Jazmyn Sacco Stoddard, who won the Emery County-area drawing for a $100 scholarship savings account through the Zions Pays for A's pro...
State Geography Bee participant
Riata Christiansen has been chosen as a semifinalist eligible to compete in the 2012 Utah National Geography Bee, sponsored by Google and Plum Creek.
Married 54 years, this Grandmother shares 10 Secrets For A Happy Marriage
Carma Bunderson Sirrine grew up in Wellington, and attended 10th grade to graduation in Price. She then attended Carbon Jr College as it was known then for two years, graduating with a Associate of Science Degree and many business courses. Ther...
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