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Published December 3, 2013

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Miners monument


Huntington City dedicates miners memorial

ECBC Lunch and Learn discusses tourism


The Emery County Business Chamber held their November Lunch and Learn in Green River. Jay Kinghorn from the Utah Office of Tourism was the guest speaker. Amy Wilmarth from the Green River Coffee Company was the business spotlight. Wilmarth said the b...

Judge rules favorably on water for Green River Nuclear Plant


Blue Castle Holdings, the company that wants to build Utah's first nuclear power plant, received a favorable ruling in Seventh District Court last Wednesday. Judge George M. Harmond approved applications to divert water for the project from the Gre...

Huntington City prepares for Christmas party on Thursday at the fire station


At the November Huntington City Council meeting, the Council adopted Ordinance 5-2013 making the city a smoke-free city in public areas. Smoking will not be permitted at any activity around ball parks, rodeo grounds or parks. This is an effort sponso...

Castle Dale City discusses economic development


Castle Dale City met for their November meeting. Brad Giles officiated the meeting due to Mayor Neal Peacock being at play practice.

School board considers random drug testing


The Emery County School Board met at Huntington Elementary on Nov. 7. Emery High Principal Larry Davis gave an update on the proposed random drug testing policy at Emery High. Emery High first introduced the idea in February. An opportunity was given...

Historical society learns about the Old Spanish Trail


The Emery County Historical Society met at the Museum of the San Rafael in Castle Dale.

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