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Emery County News

Election Day: County residents get out and vote


Emery County citizens had the opportunity to participate in early voting. The early voting started on Oct. 19 and ran through Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. Early voters came into the county building to the clerk/auditors office where they signed in. In order...

Tuttle family to place historic marker


The Tuttle family will be placing a historic marker near the site on Mexican Mountain where Sheriff Azariah Tuttle Jr. was wounded in a gun battle with outlaws in March of 1897. He was trailing Joe Walker in this area and two others all members o...

Large boulder blocks lane of traffic in canyon


A large boulder dislodged from the cliff face and rolled down onto SR-31 Huntington Canyon road on Oct. 27 at approximately 4:15 p.m. The Utah Department of Transportation was dispatched to the scene to remove the rock from the road. The Emery Co...

Vandalism at new restroom at Buckhorn


The Emery County Sheriff's Office is investigating a vandalism incident which occurred at the new bathroom facility on Buckhorn. Commonly known as the pumphouse at the Y intersection is the site for a new bathroom and will be expanded in the futu...

JN Auto grand opening on Nov. 5, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.


JN Auto in Huntington is now open for business. A ribbon cutting and grand opening will be held on Nov. 5 to kick-off the new business. Jesse Nielson is the owner of the vehicle dealership. The ribbon cutting will be at noon and Nielson will be w...

Halloween walks


Emery County celebrates Halloween. Click on the image for more pictures.

Commission approves ordinance to ban spice


The Emery County Commission approved the ordinance for the banning of spice. The ordinance will become effective 15 days from the date of the commission meeting on Oct. 26. County Attorney David Blackwell prepared the ordinance for the county whi...

Utah DWR asks for input on deer hunting changes


Deer Hunters: It's Time to Let Your Voice Be Heard.




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