More Halloween coverage will be coming in the Nov. 7 issue of the Emery County Progress.
Cleveland/Lloyd dino quarry receives facelift
Norm Judd places gravel under a new display at the visitor center at the Cleveland/Lloyd dinosaur quarry.
Orangeville City council
Ruanne Leeflang administers the oath of office to the new Orangeville councilman, Kevin Reynolds.
Local candidates participate in meet the candidate night
The panel of candidates at the Meet the Candidate night held in Ferron.
County prepares for election
Jeff Guymon of the IT department for the county helps train countywide election judges as they prepare for the mid-term elections on Nov. 7.
UDOT Road Projects for County
State Route 10 is a cause for much concern among county residents. The high volume of truck traffic using the road north to transport coal to Carbon County and those trucks traveling southbound to Hunter Plant are a constant on the road. Also, the so...
Castle Valley Summit Part V: a Look at Marketing
Robert B. Jeppsen, Vice President of Commercial Sales for Zion's Bank speaks about marketing.
Theft in Green River at store
The video camera captures the image of the subject who may have taken money from the store.
Cns: Growing to Better Meet the Needs Of Emery County
Doors will be opened on Nov. 1.
Elmo Daughter of the Utah Pioneers' annual breakfast/lunch will be held, Nov. 4 at the Elmo DUP building, 55 South 100 East. Breakfast will be from 8-10 a.m. and lunch will be from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Drawing for a queen size tricot quilt (pheasant desig...
Castle Valley Summit Part V: Local Business Focus
Wayne Jensen speaks about the San Rafael Research business.
American Legion quilt project
On Nov. 4, the American Legion Auxiliary is doing a service project for the veterans in the VA Hospital. They will be tying lap quilts to be given to the veterans. Donations of fabric, completed blankets or lap quilts, or time to tie on that day, wil...
Swimming pool will benefit disabled
Before casting your vote on the swimming pool issue, County Proposition number one, this Nov. 7, consider one point that has had little publicity. The value of the pool for hydrotherapy. ...