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Emery County News

A tree for Montell


A tree honors Montell Seely's memory

County seniors gather to celebrate Christmas


Emery County elected officials chaired by Commissioner Laurie Pitchforth organized and presented an evening of dining and entertainment for a large crowd of seniors that braved the cold to come to the San Rafael Museum for a free meal and enterta...

DUPs recall Christmas in past


The Emery County Chapter of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers met in their annual Christmas party at the Museum of the San Rafael on Dec. 3. The DUPs were entertained by singing Christmas songs and listening to Christmas stories presented from m...

Emery County drops lawsuit on roads in Swell


During the Dec. 8 commission meeting a decision was made to dismiss without prejudice the lawsuit entitled the state of Utah vs. United States of America. This was done at the recommendation of the public lands director, Ray Petersen with the adv...

Emery County experiences population growth


Utah's 2009 population 2.8 million

AmeriCorps lend a hand in Green River


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps has teamed up with the Positive Action Community Team and the Community Center/ Boys and Girls Club of Green River. While in Green River, the NCCC members are restoring a building that is more than 100...

Orangeville Christmas party and cook-off


On Dec. 5, at the Orangeville Community Center a large number of the citizens of Orangeville gathered to test the skill of local cooks, and also meet and greet their friends and family. The children gathered in the city hall to make craft items....

Local Medical Reserve Corps volunteers visit Senior Centers, teach seniors about fall prevention


Local Medical Reserve Corps members have been visiting Senior Citizen Centers, teaching about fall prevention. Falls are not just the result of getting older. Many falls can be prevented. By making changes, chances of falling are lowered. Four th...

Teen author Bron Bahlmann holds book signing at Emery County schools


Bron Bahlmann, along with his mother Shirley, was in Emery County visiting each school recently. He promoted his new book, Bone Warriors.




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