|Published November 6, 2012|
Emery County News
Halloween prank brings attention to Orangeville resident
Last week in Orangeville a Halloween prank caused some attention. An effigy of President Obama being hanged by an effigy of Gov. Romney was on display in the yard. The secret service came to the county to interview the resident who put the display ...
Green River spooktacular event
The Green River Community Center announces their first ever Halloween Event, Spooktacular, was a great success. Organizers said, "There were hayrides that featured a drum concert performed by Aidan Koch, dressed as a bandit, and Shawn Creeden, dresse...
Election day 2012
Early voting concluded on Nov. 2 at 5 p.m. Voters taking advantage of the early voting opportunity numbered 721. This number has increased from 240 early voters in the last election. Registered voters in Emery County is 6,474. Absentee ballots were...
Rob Powell to present at Nov. Lunch and Learn on Nov. 14 in Ferron
Emery County Business Chamber
Premier of, "Mining on the Swell" video on Nov. 15
> The world premier of the video "Mining on the Swell," based on interviews of Emery County residents about mining history in the San Rafael Swell will be the focus of the monthly Emery County Historical Society meeting in Castle Dale on Thursday, N...
Manti-Lasal forest Christmas tree permits available
Christmas tree permits will be on sale at the Ferron/Price Ranger District office of the Manti-La Sal National Forest beginning Nov. 19 for $10 each. The office, located at 115 West Canyon Road, Ferron, is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fo...
Ribbon cutting for new business in Castle Dale
Rocks from all over the world have made their way to Emery County. Well, they may have had a little help from Patrick Braun. Braun is a rock enthusiast. He started collecting rocks when he was a young man and he hasn't stopped yet. His fascinatio...
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