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Published August 20, 2013

Emery County News

Back to school

Emery County students will go back to school on Aug. 20. They will find some new teachers and some upgrades to the schools. Canyon View Junior High has a new heating and air conditioning system....

County approves judgment levy, taxes to go up for this year

The Emery County Commission held a Public Hearing Aug. 13, for comments from the public concerning the proposed property tax increase by Emery County and the Special Services District. The monies collected by this one time judgment levy will be use...

Reps. Chaffetz and Bishop hold public meeting on pending public land use legislation

Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Rep. Rob Bishop visited Emery County for a meeting to discuss a possible land bill which may include Emery County.

Pirates Den, Teen Center opens in Green River in time for back to school

There's a new spot to hang out in Green River. The Pirates Den recently opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony and an open house where the town's people came to check out the new center....

Forest Service opens areas for parking in Huntington Canyon

Forest Service opens parking areas in Huntington Canyon

Rocky Mountain Power to upgrade Ferron equipment

Ferron has been experiencing difficulties with their power lately. Distribution manager Dale Robertson from Rocky Mountain Power said, "The Ferron area has experienced three substantial outages during the past several weeks, and we want to apolog...

Huntington City offers benches for cemetery

If you would like a bench to be placed at the Huntington Cemetery in memory of one of your loved ones you can contact the Huntington City Hall at 687-2436. The benches are $325. The plaque in the middle is made of stainless steel and is 8" x 22" w...

Public Comment Meeting on TransWest transmission lines

The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming State Office and the Western Area Power Administration are hosting a series of 13 public meetings/hearings to provide information and to gather public input on the TransWest Express Transmission Project Draft ...

Emery County Employees of the month USU Extension

The Emery County Employee of the month is the Utah State Extension Office Emery County. Dennis Worwood and Christine Jensen are employees of Utah State University and Gaylene Warburton is employed by Emery County as support for this office. This o...

Cleveland Elementary Walk more in Four challenge

Cleveland Elementary Principal, Jeral Lofley encourages participation in Walk more in Four, "Last fall Cleveland Elementary participated in the Walk More in Four Challenge which is sponsored annually by the Utah Department of Transportation. Stude...

Green River back to school party in the park

Aug. 3 was a fun-filled day in Green River. Summer is coming to a close, and the Boys and Girls Club of Green River wanted to celebrate the end of their Summer Camp Program, as well as the beginning of the new school year, when the After School Pro...

4H- exhibits do well at fair

The Emery County Fair is the culmination of the 4-H year for most 4-H'ers. This year is no exception in the quality and quantity category of this fair. We have seen artwork, houses (both gingerbread and bird), photography, jewelry and clay people. ...

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