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Published August 20, 2013

Happenings

Goblin Valley geocache quest


Green River-Join us Saturday, August 24 at 8 p.m. at Goblin Valley State Park for a moonlight geocache quest. Test your GPS skills and compete to win prizes while maneuvering through sandstone hobgoblins guarding troves of secret stashes....

Yard Sale


Clawson Town's biggest end of the season yard sale is to be held August 31 at 8 am at the Clawson Town Hall. Buy or Sell! Lots of specialty items and plenty of room for anyone wanting to clean out sheds for extra $$$! You don't want to miss it....

Coal Miner's Poker Run


August 24, 2013. Meeting at the Energy West Main Office, 15 N. Main Huntington. Time 10:00 am. Registration: 9:00-10:15 Kickstands up by 10:30. $25 per Motorcycle to benefit Steve Thornton in his battle with Cancer....

Emery High class of 1983, 30 year reunion


Its hard to believe it's been 30 years! Come and reminisce with the Class of 1983 of Emery County High on Saturday, August 24th starting at 4:30 pm with Dinner at 6 pm, Price Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites, 838 Westwood Blvd, Price Contact Steven Ni...

Huntington Farmers Market


Every Tuesday and Saturday at BKs in Huntington from 4-6 p.m. until it freezes in October.

Friday Aug. 23 Single Adult Activity ages 31+to 70+


Shoot Scootin Boogie Barbecue Meat Provided everyone needs to bring Pot Luck and $10. What time & Where: at 5:30 pm at the North Springs Gun Range Southwest of Price Utah South on Highway 10 from Price, 9 miles. Turn right onto State Road 122. To...

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