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Published July 10, 2012

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Seeley fire reaches 60 percent containment

A fire started over the weekend on Saturday evening with a lightning strike above Emery in the Wildcat area. Three choppers came from the Seeley fire to put this fire out before it had a chance to get going reported Sheriff Greg Funk. ...

Mother-in-law to donate exchange kidney for son-in-law

Some people may not know much about living kidney donors and Roxanne Noyes would like to help educate the public. She is on a waiting list now to give a kidney to a person she doesn't know in exchange for a kidney for her son-in-law....

Commission hears behavioral health report

Emery County Commissioners met in their June regular meeting. Jan Bodily from the Four Corners Behavioral Health presented their annual area plan. Four Corners provides outpatient services, crisis care, drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation, ...

Castle Dale home gets makeover during Zions Bank Paint-A-Thon

A home in Castle Dale received a makeover by local Zions Bank employees during the company's 22nd annual Paint-a-Thon service project. Zions bankers traded balance sheets for brushes to paint and landscape the home of Mia Gregersen of Castle Dale....

July Lunch and Learn to feature Jason Nelson on internet businesses

Jason Nelson will present at the July Lunch and Learn on July 18. The lunch will be held at the Castle Cafe in Huntington. Jason Nelson grew up in Ferron and graduated from Emery High in 1990 and CEU in 1994 after serving an LDS mission to the Domini...

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