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Published April 30, 2013

Emery County News

Cindi's Lil Country Store in Cleveland


Cindi's Country Store held a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 19.

Every 15 minutes


Students from Green River High School were able to witness the dramatic affects of a mock driving Under the influence accident, Every 15 Minutes program. Students participated in the scenario as drivers and passengers in the vehicles. The student...

Cleveland readies for Spring expo on Sat.


The Fourth Annual Cleveland Spring Expo is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Cleveland Town Fire Station at 130 W. Main.  They are excited again that Brianne Johnson from Good Things Utah (channel 4) will return to host th...

Local scouts help DUP museum improve


Adam Brinkworth Jr., from Boy Scout Troop 903 in Huntington finished up his Eagle Scout Project at the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum in Huntington. His project took more than 200 hours to complete. His project consisted of many things, in...

Travel bureau welcomes Hunt to board


Emery County travel bureau met in Castle Dale to take care of the business involving tourism in the county. The newest member of the bureau is Jonathan Hunt he is the new park manager for Utah State Parks Huntington, Millsite and Scofield....

Huntington City asks for help with crosswalks


Huntington City would like to clarify some possible confusion involving the law as it relates to pedestrians in a crosswalk. The Utah codes annotated (Utah state law) address pedestrians and crosswalks in part 10 of title 41, chapter 6a....

Be aware of scammers


Be aware of scammers. Emery County residents have been receiving phone calls from out of the country. These phone calls say they offer important information about Medicare. Citizens are warned not to listen to these calls and do not give any pers...

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