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Published May 13, 2014

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Part II: May is Mental Health Awareness month


Suicide Prevention and Overdose Deaths

More tiger muskies at Joe's Valley; Wipers at Huntington North


The DWR brought 17,000 tiger muskies into Utah from Nebraska on May 6-7. The fish were placed in Utah waters that already have tiger muskies in them. The new arrivals will increase the number of tigers in the waters in which they're placed. This will...

Precautions for hazardous materials shipped by rail


Most people don't give much thought to what's being shipped on the railroads in Emery County. But, Dana Pompetti from the Union Pacific railroad is responsible for railroad safety in not just Emery County but a big part of the west....

Tesla charging station in Green River


Green River is now the site of a Tesla recharging station. The station is located at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum. This station is part of a nationwide effort to build a network of fast charging superstations to make long distance trav...

ECBC lunch and learn on May 21


The Emery County Business Chamber May Lunch and Learn will be held at the Museum of the San Rafael 70 North 100 East in Castle Dale, on Wednesday May 21 at 12 noon.

Miss Emery fundraising golf tourney Win a 2013 Dodge Truck


The Miss Emery fundraiser golf tournament will be held on May 17 at the Millsite Golf Course at 9 a.m. Everyone welcome. If you hit a hole in one on hole number 5 you will win a 2013 Dodge 3500 donated by Ace Auto and Trailer Sales at 749-1776. One ...

Local EMT passes away from brain tumors


Long-time Castle Dale fire chief Richard Herring passed away on Sunday. He was suffering from brain tumors.

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