Halloween is coming
Kenneth Cox of Orangeville and his monster pumpkins. He said he threw out some seeds and they really took off. They are the biggest he's grown in many years. He can't lift them and rolls them around where they need to be. Guesses are the biggest ...
Emery Telcom to consolidate exchanges
Emery Telcom held an informative meeting on Oct. 19 at the Museum of the San Rafael to discuss a rate change.
Open house for Emery County Care & Rehab
The Emery County Care and Rehabilitation Center in Ferron has undergone an extensive remodel this past year. To celebrate the completion of the project an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Oct. 13. Alec Stephenson is the director...
Adele Justice receives award
Ferron City Clerk Adele Justice recently received an award honoring her achievement in becoming a certified clerk. She has spent many hours in training to accomplish this honor....
Emery County Archives open house
Emery County Archives is having an open house on Thursday and Friday Oct. 28-29 from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Dottie Grimes is the Archives director, she said, "We will have refreshments and displays to show what collections we have, in hopes that we wi...
Huntington looks forward to new truck
The Huntington City Council met in their October regularly scheduled council meeting with the hottest topic being the proposed new fire station. A citizen questioned if people really understood the survey as posed and questioned the need for a ne...
Parents share stories on loss of teen drivers
'You Don't Get to Say Goodbye...' Families of Teen Crash Victims Share Their Loss
UHSAA continues to work on realignment
The Utah High School Activities Association Board of Trustees has adopted a new procedure for aligning member schools. The new procedure, effective beginning with the 2011-2012 school year, is outlined on a powerpoint on the website....
Huntington Harvest Celebration
Courtney Justice and her family participate in the Huntington Harvest Celebration pumpkin carving and painting held in the city park.
The Hiawatha Haunt continues Fri. and Sat.
As the last weekend of the Hiawatha Haunt approaches, the question remains; Is Hiawatha really haunted? The people who've lived there believe it is. "There is a ghost here," prospective homebuyers were warned. "She doesn't hurt anyone, though. Sh...
Sheriff candidates visit SRJH
San Rafael Junior High eighth grade students learn about county elections