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Emery County News

For the birds


Martin Tyner, co-author of Healer of Angels and founder of Southwest Wildlife Foundation, visited San Rafael Junior High School recently. Tyner brought his golden eagle and a Harris hawk to display and teach the studentbody....

New food bank coming


The Emery County Commission held a public hearing to take comments on the new food bank building the county is planning to build this year. The county has applied for a community block grant which they received and the amount is up to $400,000. C...

Cleveland fire station ready for grand opening


Cleveland is getting ready for the ribbon cutting and official opening of their fire station on May 1. The ribbon cutting will take place at 9:30 a.m. The Cleveland Spring Expo will follow from 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. This all day event will feature vend...

Emery High rodeo stirs up the dust


The Emery High rodeo club hosted their annual high school rodeo at the Castle Dale indoor and outdoor arena on Friday and Saturday. The Emery High rodeo club consists of Taylen Nielsen, Chans Hansen, Chase Sherman, Mackenzi Grange, Chandler Curti...

Volunteer center expanding


The Emery County commission heard from Gerry Stotler of the Volunteers of America. She said they are expanding their volunteer program to include volunteers of all ages. Currently the program involves volunteers age 55 and above. They have severa...

Clawson discusses possible annexation


Clawson Town reported 74 percent of their residents have returned their census forms. The Clawson town council discussed the fees for reconnections for a water line where the water is temporarily shut-off. Mayor Mandy Price will talk to Jacob Sha...

School board honors teachers at recent meeting


The Emery School board recently recognized two teachers from Huntington Elementary. Marie Johnson presented the award to Claron Durrant. Durrant has announced his plan to retire at the end of the current school year. Johnson commended Durrant for...




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