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November 23, 2009
Of the items listed below, which could the Emery County Progress improve upon the most (online or in print)?
School page
Community calendar / events
Feature stories
Local news coverage
83 total votes
November 23, 2009
Has the widening, straightening, paving and other improvements to the Moore cutoff road (from Moore to Interstate 70) been a welcome improvement to you personally?
No opinion
138 total votes

November 5, 2009
What is the primary reason you read the Emery County Progress (online or in print)?
News coverage
Society (weddings, missionaries, etc)
Obituaries & Death Notices
Happenings / Events
Jail Bookings, Court News
Photo pages
Scene, other feature news
Tech Tips
Classifieds, Ads, Business Directory
78 total votes
October 18, 2009
What is the primary reason that you read the online edition of the Emery County Progress (in contrast to the print edition)?
Preferred format (don't like news print)
Convenience / Accessibility
188 total votes

October 18, 2009
Do you think a public option should be part of the health care reform bill that could be passed by Congress?
145 total votes
September 1, 2009
Which is your favorite part of the Emery County Progress (print edition)?
Hard news (government, auto accidents, etc)
Photo pages, collages
Sports stories
Sheriff's report
Commentary / opinion
Weddings, missionaries, etc
Feature (Scene, Lifestyle, etc)
Tech Tips
Don't read printed version
98 total votes

June 9, 2009
There are currently a little more than four hundred thousand acres of Wilderness Study Areas (WSAs) in Emery County which were designated by Congress in 1983. Would you support federal legislation which would designate these WSAs as wilderness if the same legislation also protected open OHV routes, protected current livestock grazing practices and allowed for current oil and gas exploration stipulations?
294 total votes
May 18, 2009
America's Red Rock Wilderness (ARRW) Bill has recently been reintroduced in Congress. Support for this bill grows every year. If this bill passes it would designate 41 percent of Emery County as wilderness.

Have you contacted your local, state or federal representatives and asked them what their position is on ARRW? Have you communicated your personal opinions about ARRW to them?
What is ARRW?
No; Yes
No; No
Yes; No
Yes; Yes
51 total votes

April 8, 2009
America's Red Rock Wilderness Bill has recently been reintroduced in Congress. Support for this bill grows every year. If this bill passes it would designate 41 percent of Emery County as wilderness.

Are you in favor of this massive wilderness bill and do you think Emery County and Utah in general are doing enough to address it?
Yes; No
Yes; Yes
No; No
No; Yes
Undecided (both)
232 total votes
February 19, 2009
Much has been said over the past few years about the broadcast of public television and the upcoming switch to digital broadcast signals.
Many areas chose to proceed with the scheduled switch, even though the national deadline has been postponed until June.
Emery County made the change on Feb. 17. Were you prepared for the switch?
Not applicable.
167 total votes

January 13, 2009
Many cities in Utah have banned smoking in outside public venues such as at events, in parks and in places even on public streets. Do you think such a ban should be enacted in towns in Emery County?
271 total votes

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