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Published April 10, 2012

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Easter weekend in Emery County


Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk reported Easter weekend had a few mishaps and accidents beginning on Thursday afternoon at the Cleveland Junction on SR-10 by the Huntington Reservoir. A white passenger car carrying a female driver pulled out in ...

Political parties hold conventions


County Democrats met at the Orangeville Community Center on March 30 for their convention. This convention is to complete business and nominate delegates to attend the state convention to be held April 20-21 in Salt Lake City. Kim Player, cou...

Emery County has visit from Sen. Mike Lee


Emery County was treated to a visit from Sen. Mike Lee on April 3. He met with county commissioners and other county officials as well as the public in Green River and in Castle Dale. ...

Republicans


The Emery County Republican Party held their Nominating Convention March 30, at the Huntington Elementary School. Chairman Bill Dellos welcomed everyone and introduced the agenda for the evening. After the candidates for State and Federal offic...

Jeremy Hunt speaks about dangers of drugs at EHS


Jeremy Hunt visited Emery High and spoke to the sophomores, juniors and seniors in three sessions. Hunt spoke to the students about the dangers of impaired driving and drug use....

Genco Mine service expands to include Fairchild International


Fairchild International forms alliance with Genco Mine Service to expand presence in Western United States

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