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Part III: Creating vigilant communities for homeland security


The task of creating vigilant communities for homeland security and emergency preparedness is something everyone needs to think about and be aware. Individual preparedness is a necessity, but so is community awareness and awareness in the busines...

Public lands multiple use policy supported at off-road rally


More than 400 off-road-vehicle enthusiasts gathered on the steps of the Utah Capitol Feb. 6 in support of the state's stance on the multiple use of public lands - both state and federal - within its boundaries. ...

SUWA visits public lands council to discuss wilderness


Scott Groene, executive director of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance addressed the Emery County Public Lands Council at their meeting on Feb. 3. Groene requested to be put on the agenda to discuss the Washington County Land Use bill which is...

Mancos Resources first in Industrial Park


Mancos Resources Inc. has signed an escrow agreement with Castleland Resource Conservation and Development, Inc., for the purchase of "Lot One" in Emery County's "Mancos Hills Industrial Park," approximately six miles northwest of Green River. T...

Water Outlook: Will there be enough?


The Emery County Public Lands Council discussed the water forecast for the county. The precipitation was at 88 percent but is since down to 80 percent of average snowpack.

Bio-Matrix demonstration at LEPC


The Emery County Local Emergency Planning Committee meets every other month for training and discussion on becoming more vigilant and prepared for emergencies.




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