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Remembering Veterans


American Legion post #73 members participate in the Memorial Day observations at four cemeteries including Elmo, Cleveland, Lawrence and Huntington. Max Larsen, Hal Nielson, James Jensen, Fon Leamaster and Grant Wilson present the United States fla...

Fun with Physics


Canyon View teachers, Eric Mortensen in rear, Curt Collard, next and bus driver June Shurtleff in front with teacher Andy Pollaehne behind June.

Sid's Cabin-great historic value


This historic cabin on Sid's Mountain holds great value to the farming and ranching families in Emery County.

Green River community center rocks out


School of Rock and summer meal program at GRCC

4-H Summer Fun Activities


Participants of the 2006 4-H summer programs and camps receive their awards in a program at the County Building in Castle Dale.

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Third annual Emery County Recreation/Millsite Men's Association amateur four person scramble

Cleveland honors past mayor for service


Cleveland's new Mayor Chris Parkins gives former mayor and new Emery County Commissioner Jeff Horrocks a recognition plaque for his 10 years of faithful service to the town of Cleveland. This award was made during a recent city council meeting in Cle...

Cleveland honors past mayor for service


Chelsea Patton and Natalie Baantjer sing the poem "We Never Know How High We are" by Emily Dickinson and the music created by Hans Baantjer.

Cade Jones benefit on Thursday at CVJH


Cade and Tiffany Jones of Huntington.

American Legion Legacy Run rides again


Consider hundreds of motorcycle riders on bikes of all shapes, sizes and colors roaring across the Great Plains, over the Northern Rockies, alongside the Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah and the deserts of Nevada on the way to Reno. Now imagine these ri...

UDOT Report on Road Construction for June in Eastern Utah


•U.S. 6 Helper Interchange. Project includes the construction of a grade-separated interchange on U.S. Highway 6 at North Main Street in Helper. The interchange will feature a bridge over Main Street with new on- and off-ramps onto U.S. 6. Crews...




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