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Published August 21, 2012

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Sheriff Funk says watch for flooding events


Sheriff Greg Funk gave an update on the roads and flood events. He said SR-31 is open for now although storms will continue to damage and close the road from time to time. According to past data from fires, there will be at least two-three years of l...

It's back to school on Aug. 21 for area students


It's that time of year again for back to school. The schools in the county will resume on Aug. 21. The Emery County School District board held their final meeting prior to the beginning of school on Aug. 15. Supt. Kirk Sitterud reported on some of th...

Sheriff's Office to sponsor identity theft seminar


Emery County Sheriff's Office is sponsoring a seminar on identity theft and internet safety. The Utah Attorney General's Office will be presenting the seminar. Identity theft has been the number one consumer complaint reported to the Federal Trade Co...

Emery Town discusses water woes


Emery Town met for their July town council meeting immediately following their Community Covenant signing ceremony. They were the 101st community in Utah to pledge their support to military families and veterans. ...

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