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Published July 17, 2012

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Fire meeting discusses what lies ahead for burn areas of Seeley fire


The Seeley Fire is in the wind down phase. A meeting was held at Canyon View Junior High to brief agencies and the county on what to expect in the aftermath of the fire. Forest ranger from the Ferron office, Darren Olsen said they are continuing to w...

Emery Town pledges support to military families with covenant signing


Emery Town became the 101st Community Covenant community on July 11. Emery Town celebrated their devotion to Veterans and to supporting the military families in their community and county. The ceremony began with the pledge of allegiance by Wayne Sta...

New Miss Emery 2012 is MarKette Tanner


A new Miss Emery 2012 was crowned on July 7. MarKette Tanner is the Miss Emery 2012 with Marissa Urie as second attendant and Miss Congeniality and Kelcy Faimalo as first attendant. ...

Orangeville readies for celebration on July 18-21


Orangeville City Council met on July 12. Orangeville celebration will be held this week.

Emery Town names grand marshals for pioneer day celebration


Hugh and Shonna Peterson will be honored as the Grand Marshals for Emery Parade and town celebration.

Huntington Creek runs black


Aquatics director Justin Hart said from South Hughes canyon down the Huntington Creek has suffered significant loss of fish. The toxic ash has entered the river and the fish have suffocated. Many fish have been buried and displaced. "It's a significa...

Sheriff's Office and Search and Rescue search for plane


The Emery County Sheriff's Office and search and rescue were involved in the search for a missing airplane on Saturday and Sunday. Thirty-five members of the search and rescue and 10 deputies aided in the search. ...

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