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Published December 9, 2008

Lifestyle

News from around the county: Huntington


In the recent meeting of the Huntington City Council there were two public hearings scheduled, one on the Black/Cowley property annexation and one concerning the city's plans to apply for Community Impact Board funding for improvements at the cit...

News from around the county: Elmo


The recent meeting of the Elmo Town Council brought concern from citizens about a couple of items. The first item of concern was in regards to people living in camp trailers in town. Mayor Kirk Rasmussen stated letters had recently been sent out...

News from around the county: Cleveland


The Cleveland Town Council is looking into getting a new public safety building. They have been working with a company called Boss Engineering and Surveying. The company develops designs, helps find funding and oversees the construction of the pr...

Building authority projects going forth


The Green River Senior Center was the first topic of discussion at the recent Emery County Municipal Building Authority. Commissioner Gary Kofford explained several expenditures which caused the center to go just slightly over budget. Those costs...

Pines burn


The Ferron/Price Ranger District will be implementing a prescribed burn approximately 5 miles northwest of the town of Emery located on the Pines plateau. The burn is scheduled to start as early as Thursday, December 4, 2008 and will continue un...

Emery Telcom to purchase Precis Communications


Emery Telcom Video, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Emery Telcom is pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive asset purchase agreement to the cable television systems of Precis Communications, LLC that are located in Carbon County (Pr...

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