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Published August 7, 2012

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Flooding closes Huntington Canyon access


Capt. Kyle Ekker from the Emery County Sheriff's Office reported the rain on Aug. 1 in Huntington Canyon caused severe flooding. SR-31 will be closed from Rilda Canyon to the bottom of Electric Lake for at least the next five-seven days. "There are ...

Shooting leaves county woman dead


On July 28 a shooting occurred in Ferron leaving A'Lisa Joy Weston, 22, dead. Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk said, "This tragedy is going to affect the community and the two families involved. We have sent a number of items out for testing. I canno...

Castle Valley Co-op business spotlight


At the July Lunch and Learn the local business spotlight was the Castle Valley Co-op. Mistie Christiansen was the presenter. She said she started as a bookkeeper for the Co-op in April 2011. In December of that year she was promoted to manager. She...

Lunch and Learn: It's easy to start your internet business Jason Nelson tells how to begin


Jason and Tiffany Nelson spoke at the July Lunch and Learn about running an internet business. Jason works for eBay in addition to running his own internet businesses. He began with a brief introduction of himself and his wife Tiffany who is from Ame...

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