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Published May 29, 2012

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Graduates 2012


The Green River High School graduating class of 14 students proudly marched down the aisles of the auditorium to be seated on the stage for the formal graduation ceremonies on May 25. These 14 students, dressed in green and white, included four honor...

Community project places flowers on graves in county no grave left unadorned


With around 40,000 handmade flowers in their baskets, volunteers in Carbon and Emery counties achieved last week what no other communities in the nation do. During Memorial Day week they decorated the grave of every person buried in the two county ar...

Annual gill netting survey at Joe's Valley Reservoir


Annual gillnetting occurred at Joes Valley Reservoir on May 16. Five nets were set the night before and checked the following morning. Several Division of Wildlife Resources biologists and technicians were present along with numerous volunteers and D...

Familiarization tour brings visitors to Emery County


The Emery County Travel Bureau recently hosted a FAM (familiarization) visit with tour Representatives from London and Germany. May 13, Lamar Guymon, owner of San Rafael Country Adventures in Huntington, led them on a hike of the Little Grand Canyon ...

Plane crashes on the San Rafael Swell in a WSA


A Cessna airplane made a crash landing in the San Rafael desert within the Muddy Creek Wilderness Study area. A lady called in and reported it looked like a plane was trying to land at the Hidden Splendor air strip. But, then it didn't land and went...

Orangeville appoints new councilman


May 25, Orangeville City Mayor Pat Jes announced today that the Orangeville City Council chose Brent Tuttle to fill the unexpired term of Councilman James Davis. James Davis is moving his family to the Salt Lake City Area where he has found employ...

National guard to visit county June 8-12


The Utah National Guard will visit Emery County on June 8-12. The will be based in the Millsite State Park. They will bring in 72 vehicles including hummers and trucks. There will be four-five helicopters involved in the exercises. On June 9 there wi...

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