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Published September 4, 2012

Emery County News

Tall tales at ranch

Cowboy poets recite stories of the western lifestyle

Aerial seeding begins in burn area

Aerial Seeding begins on Seeley Burn Scar

Commission holds meeting in Green River

The Emery County Commission held their annual commission meeting in Green River on Aug. 28. The commission opened the bids for the painting of the Buckhorn bridge. They only received one bid for $32,260 from B & T Builders and Supply. The bid was...

Ferron readies for Peach Day celebration

Ferron City Council meeting on Aug. 23 centered around plans for the Peach Days celebration.

Business chamber looks ahead to Sept. lunch and learn in Green River on 19th

Emery County Business Chamber

Broncs and Bulls event in Huntington on Sept. 22

Before summer is totally gone, there's time for one more rodeo. A rough stock rodeo event will be held in the Huntington rodeo arena on Sept. 22.

Plan ahead for Meet the Candidate Night Notice to citizens and all candidates

As a public service for the residents of Emery County, the Emery County Progress newspaper and the Emery County Economic Development Council will host a Meet the Candidate night. ...

Back to school tips for children

Can you hear the class bells ringing? With the first day of school behind them, students need some special help from home. Here are 10 helpful tips to get them ready for the new school year:...

Huntington signs Community Covenant

Huntington City held their Community Covenant signing on Aug. 18. The city council, Utah National Guard members and residents gathered at the Huntington park. Mayor Hilary Gordon welcomed everyone to the meeting. She said part of the Community Cove...

Castle Dale signs Community Covenant

Castle Dale has become a Community Covenant Community. In a ceremony during the recent Emery County fair, Sgt. Ryan Palmer from the Utah National Guard helped with the signing. Mayor Neal Peacock said the covenant is between the community and militar...

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