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Castle Dale begins preparations for Christmas

Castle Dale City met in their November meeting on Veteran's Day. Mayor Neal Peacock called for a moment of silence in honor of those now serving and those who have served our country in the past. He said this past year a few Castle Dale veterans ...

Elmo DUPs celebrate the pheasant hunter

You know the fall season and pheasant hunting is upon us when the Elmo DUPs have their pheasant hunters lunch and breakfast. This long standing tradition in Elmo raises money for the DUPs to operate and do community service projects. One of their...

Local Scouts honor Veterans with program

The Veterans Day Program at Castle Dale Elementary School was held the evening of Nov. 11. Mike Scow opened the meeting by announcing the Veterans Day program. He said it was a celebration of those who have done so much for us by serving in the a...

Dow's Karate raises food and money

This is the sixth year Dow's Karate has held a haunted house at the karate school in Ferron.

Take time to nominate your favorite teacher

At Thanksgiving, we often pause to count our blessings. While we're at it, let's not forget to thank our favorite teachers. "I can't think of any better way to do so than to nominate them for an Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award," said Wess Sor...

Craft fair kicks off holiday season

The annual holiday craft fair was held at the Emery County recreation building in Castle Dale.

Give thanks

Another year is rolling around to its conclusion. Thanksgiving is upon us this week. Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of mine. I love the food and having family over for dinner. We have so many things to be thankful for in our country. A few we...

Youth pheasant hunt at the Huntington farm

A special youth pheasant hunt was held for young hunters age 15 and below at the Huntington fish and game farm on Nov. 14. The hunts began at 8 a.m; 11 a.m. and the final hunt at 2 p.m. This gave the Division of Wildlife Resources personnel time ...

Official Big Horn Sheep watch to be held along Green River

On Dec. 3-4, the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will sponsor a bighorn sheep watch along the Green River corridor.

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