|Published February 5, 2014|
Distinguished Fellow Program Salutes Kim McFarlane for Going "Above and Beyond" In Service to Community and the Profession
Kim McFarlane, MPAS, PA-C, has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physicians Assistants. Kim practices Family Medicine at Green River Medical Center and has been a Physician Assistant for 16 years. He is a graduate ...
Truth in Tuition Hearing
8 days ago
Utah State University Eastern is contemplating an increase to the College's non-resident tuition rate beginning fall semester 2015 to bring the numbers closer in line with its peer institutions. ...
17 days ago
It's time once again to register kindergarten students who will be attending school in August 2014. This will include all children who have a birth date of September 1, 2008 thru September 1, 2009. Following is the schedule:...
Spartan swimmers take second at state
20 days ago
In the first-ever 2-A Utah State swim meet, the Emery High boys and Emery High girls each finished second in their division as the Spartans had their best state finish ever.
Ferron man loses his life in avalanche
24 days ago
Four highly experienced back country snowmobilers were riding near Huntington Reservoir. They were trained in avalanche rescue and had beacons, probes, shovels, and Spot GPS.
Emery High presents Almost Maine
27 days ago
The Emery High Theatre Department will present the non-musical play, ALMOST, MAINE. This production will be on Feb. 13, 14, 18, and 20, in the Spartan Center Little Theatre at 7 p.m. each evening. Tickets are $3.00 per person....
School Board discusses junior high sports
27 days ago
The Emery County School District met in their February meeting at Ferron Elementary.
District spelling bee winners
29 days ago
The Emery School District held their district spelling bee on Feb. 5 at the Emery High Little Theatre. When the words were all spelled the following winners were crowned: Tiana Jensen, first place, Robbie Maughan, second place and third place Jess Ch...
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