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Published September 30, 2014

Emery County News

Wet weekend causes flooding damage

Heavy rains hit Emery County on Saturday and continuing into Sunday. State Route 31 from Huntington to Fairview was closed. Several mud and rock slides covered the highway. Crews worked to clean off the road below the gated area at Crandall Canyon. T...

New Price Field Office BLM director meets commission

The Emery County Board of County Commissioners met on Sept. 23 for their regular meeting. The board approved the cancellation of the commission meeting scheduled for Nov. 11, Veteran's Day. There will only be one commission meeting in November on Nov...

Rocky Mountain Power makes donation to USU Eastern

Richard Walje the president of Rocky Mountain Power was in Price on Friday to present a community outreach program. As part of this event he presented a check for $90,000 to USU Eastern. Chancellor Joe Peterson accepted the gift on behalf of USU East...

Emery Town to hire new clerk/recorder

Emery City held their monthly council meeting on Sept. 10. In a previous meeting in a closed session it was discussed to terminate an employee. The council had asked the employee to resign but he/she refused. The council dismissed the employee on Aug...

John Hughes is new Cottonwood Elementary principal

Superintendent Kirk L. Sitterud and the Emery County School District Administration would like to announce that John Hughes has been named as interim principal at Cottonwood Elementary School for the remainder of the 2014-15 school year. ...

Field of Flags in Ferron celebrates America

Ferron City showed its patriotism recently with the fifth annual Field of Flags event. Mayor Trent Jackson welcomed everyone to the program.

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