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Published August 12, 2014

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Public lands council looks at land use bill

The Emery County Public Lands council met for their August meeting. Chairman Ed Geary greeted the audience. He said for the July meeting the group went on a field trip and looked at the ongoing recovery work from the Seeley fire in June 2012. Some of...

Old Spanish Trail traveled again

In the fall of 2012 while traveling through southern Utah, my husband and I journeyed through Kingston Canyon and saw the metal cutouts depicting the Old Spanish Trail Riders. I was so impressed with this Trail reminder that I thought "Emery County n...

Huntington City discusses Heritage Days

At the July Huntington City Council meeting, the recently completed city celebration Heritage Days was a hot topic by all as they discussed another successful event.

Utah's Own entrepreneurship summit coming to Helper

Helper and Price will host the first Utah's Own Summit intended to acquaint local companies with the resources that are available to them through their Utah Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Utah's Own Program. Food-oriented companies...

Orangeville City

Korinda Stilson the mother of Alex Stilson, Garrett Stilson, and Parker Stilson represented her three boys preparing to do Eagle Scout Projects at the Orangeville City Cemetery. Korinda delivered to each Council member copies of the three design plan...

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