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Published July 2, 2013

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Eagle Air Med - County EMTs welcomes new medical service

The Emery County EMTs and emergency personnel met with the crew of the newly contracted Eagle Air Medical. This is a new service for the residents of Emery County and any visitors who might need assistance....

Miss Emery pageant crowns 2013 queen

The Miss Emery Pageant was held on Saturday evening at the Emery High Auditorium.

Deer Creek miners participate in picket

UMWA holds informational picket on Deer Creek mine.

Emery Business chamber welcomes Early Bird Daycare

The Emery County Business Chamber welcomed a new business to the Emery County Business community. Jackie Jensen is the proud owner of Early Bird Daycare in Orangeville. The in-home day care is located at 450 North Main in Orangeville....

Six million tons of tailings removed

The Department of Energy announced that 6 million tons of uranium mill tailings have been shipped from Moab, Utah, under the Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project to an engineered disposal cell near Crescent Junction, Utah. The shipments ...

Arch Coal to sell the Canyon Fuel Company

Sale of Utah assets creates significant value for Arch shareholders. Cash proceeds further enhance Arch's liquidity and financial flexibility.

Fire in Castle Dale destroys family home

On the evening of June 21, the Castle Dale Fire Department was dispatched at 6:06 p.m. to 165 East 100 North for a structure fire. They arrived on scene at 6:12 p.m

Heritage Days Royalty to preside over celebration

The Miss Heritage Days 2013 was held on June 26 at Huntington Elementary. Jeff Guymon was the emcee for the event and introduced the program. An opening prayer was given and the national anthem was sung by Jeff Guymon, Laryssa Guymon, Haylee Guym...

Refinery in Green River moves closer to reality

Energy is getting a bit more refined in Utah. The Governor's Office of Economic Development, Emery Refining, LLC announced that it will construct a facility in Emery County, Utah and will add 125 permanent new jobs to Utah's refining industry wit...

Community impact funds to come to county for Green River

Community Impact Board approves more than $1.3 million to fund Southeastern Utah AOG projects

Historical society visits Ghost Towns of Emery County

The Emery County Historical Society met Saturday June 1, 2013 at the Cleveland City Park and went on a tour of two Ghost Towns and the restored ghost town buildings in Cleveland Utah. Ed Geary an Emery County Historian led off the tour by relatin...

ECSO trains in active shooter scenario with drama students

Emery High drama department and the Emery County Sheriff's Office emergency team responded to Emery High for a mock drill. Each spring before school lets out for the summer the two team up for training. The training is important for the responder...

Emery High students build their first house with basement

The Emery High carpentry class recently completed their 2013 house. For the past several year students have been building houses on property owned by the school district.

777 ranch hosts cowboy poetry event and dinner

Three 777 Ranch in Ferron hosted their annual country western music and cowboy poetry event. When the guests arrived on this bright cloudless, sunny afternoon at the Three 777 Ranch....

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