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Published November 19, 2013

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Lifetime Achievement

Frank Markosek returns to his dinner table after receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Southeastern Utah Energy Producers Association banquet Thursday night. Markosek got his introduction to coal mining at age eight, when his father, the s...

Change of command at Guard Unit: Soldiers also inventory equipment

This past weekend the 624th National Guard Unit that is stationed in Price were very busy.

Veteran's Day observance in Emery County

The American Legion hosted a Veteran's Day program to honor local veterans at the Veteran's monument in Castle Dale.

Coal symposium discusses seismic activity at Crandall mine

A coal symposium was held in Castle Dale on Oct. 24. A variety of topics were covered including the use of booster fans. Professor Mike Nelson from the University of Utah mining engineering department was the first presenter. He said the number of st...

Emery School District holds parent info. meeting Part III Internet safety and bullying

The other topics for the parent meeting hosted by the Emery School District were internet safety and bullying. Nathan Wilson from the Southeastern Utah Service Center talked about the resources available to help parents keep their children safe while...

Miners monument unveiling on Friday

The new miners memorial is nearing completion and the unveiling will take place on Nov. 22 at 1 p.m. This monument is at the Huntington cemetery adjacent to the Crandall Canyon Miners memorial....

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