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Retired Emery County Sheriff's Office captain charged with child sex abuse


On Feb. 9, David F. Owens, of Ferron was charged in the Seventh District Court in Castle Dale with four counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, each a first degree felony. Owens is a retired captain from the Emery County Sheriff's Office. He wa...

County students spell it out for a top spot


Spelling. It can be easy, it can be difficult and it can be frustrating. School spelling bee winners gathered at the district spelling bee at Emery High to experience all these emotions as they battled for the chance to go to the regional spelling be...

DWR invites all to meeting for input on deer management


Lousy weather and a shorter hunt during the 2010 deer season may have contributed to lower success, but the big factor on the minds of hunters and the Division of Wildlife Resources is that mule deer numbers are declining. ...

Cottonwood Creek irrigation holds annual meeting


The Annual Stockholders meeting of Cottonwood Creek Consolidated Irrigation Company was held in January at the Orangeville Community Center. Pres.Craig Johansen started by reading the purpose of the meeting followed by passing around the snow depth i...

Relay for life kick-off event


The Emery County Relay for Life held their kick-off event to begin the relay season. The reason to relay is always about the people who are fighting cancer currently, those who have beaten cancer and those who have lost their battle with cancer. The ...

Canyon View students learn about careers, jobs, and reality


Feb. 2 was a very eventful day at Canyon View Junior High School. It was filled with learning opportunities for seventh, eighth, and ninth graders. Ninth graders went to Reality Town in the school's gym. Ryan Hepworth talked to the students beforehan...

Academic all-region recognition


Nathan Mecham and Spencer Fehlberg receive Academic All-Region recognition at the super regional wrestling tournament held at Sevier Valley Center Feb. 4-5.

Green River Skate Park update


On Feb. 7, the Green River Community Center hosted a meeting for the skateboarders to discuss fundraising ideas for the new skate park.

BRIEFLY


The Castleland Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc. will hold a meeting on Feb. 23 at 1:30 p.m. at the Green River City Hall. Open to the public. For accommodations please call (435) 381-2300 ext. 101....




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