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Grad night 2011: Green River and Emery unleash grads


"History will speak kindly of us because we intend to write it." -Winston Churchill. This was the class quote for the 2011 Senior Class of Green River High School. Principal Nolan Johnson and School Board Member Royd Hatt presented the 23 graduates ...

McCandless to stay as economic development director for the county


Emery County board of commissioners meeting was held on May 10. Mike McCandless spoke. He said, "On April 17 I was offered the position of Executive Director for the Association of Governments. I told them I was interested in that position. Consequen...

Castle Dale Stake Center new remodel


On March 20, the historic Castle Dale Stake Center building was rededicated by Pres. Allan M. Sharp, president of the Castle Dale Utah Stake, following a remodeling project that lasted approximately two years. ...

State Park road trip visits Emery County parks


The Utah State Parks Road Trip RV passed through Emery County on May 13 and 14. The first stop was the Huntington State Park where the trekkers were greeted by park manager Dan Richards and staff. Richards showed the visitors a scorpion and gave a qu...

Graduations throughout the county: CVJH, The best is yet to come


Principal Jim Jones opened Canyon View Junior High School's graduation ceremonies with a welcome to all who attended. Introduction of the graduates was first and Jones, Eric Mortensen and Ryan Hepworth introduced the graduates and handed out the grad...

Counties unite with flower project


With around 41,000 handmade flowers in their baskets, volunteers in Carbon and Emery counties achieved last week what no other community on record has ever done before.

Sandbagging day in Green River for flood preparation


It was a joint effort between Emery County and Grand County as they met to fill sand bags in Green River. Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk was among the organizers for the event. The event was successful as hundreds of bags were filled to meet the upc...

Castle Dale library announces Saturday service


Good news Emery County residents; the Castle Dale Library will be opening its doors on Saturdays beginning June 4. The Saturday hours will be from 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. and there will be a Story time at 1 p.m. for anybody who would like to attend. ...




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