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Published August 6, 2013

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Reps. Bishop and Chaffetz will be in county Thursday night to discuss the Emery County public lands bill

The Emery County Public Land Management bill is still moving slowly forward. Rep. Rob Bishop has chosen to take a multi-county approach. Other counties which may be included in the legislation include Carbon, Grand, San Juan, Uintah and Wayne. ...

Carbon Emery Insurance expands to Castle Dale location

Carbon Emery Insurance has purchased Wilcox Insurance Group. Wilcox Insurance was started in 1963-64 and has been a fixture in Castle Dale and Emery County since that time....

New mechanic at Huntington Airport

A recent visit to the Huntington Airport indicated there are a number of interesting activities going on there. One of those activities at the airport is the repair and maintenance of five airplanes flown in from the Salt Lake valley by airplan...

School board approves budget

The Emery County School Board met in their July meeting and passed the final budget for the year. Business manager Jared Black said it is a tight budget for 2013.

Desertview Pro Rodeo and Fair week in Emery County

Results from the Desertview Pro Rodeo sponsored by Desertview Federal Credit Union. Bareback riding (sponsored by Wheeler Machinery)- James Sursa with a score of 79. He won $1,166. Second was Morgan Heaton with a score of 77. Ethan McNeill and...

Cassidy and Spencer work to build school library in Belize

Returning from their trip to Belize, Spencer Fauver and Cassidy Labrum have much to report. Last February, some may remember that they were raising money to help build a school in the small community of Corozal, Belize. The experience of helpin...

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