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Emery County News

New computers for all patrol vehicles


The Emery County Sheriff's Office deputies and staff members have been in training this past week for the new computers which are being placed in each patrol vehicle. Fatpot Technologies is the company where the computer software was designed specifi...

Huntington City swears in council members


Three members of the Huntington city Council that were re-elected last November were sworn in again to serve on the council. The residents of Huntington voted Jerry Livingston, Travis Larsen and Julie Jones back on to the council....

Cleveland swears in new council members for 2012


Cleveland Town opened the new year by swearing in their newest councilman Kobi Erni. The other newly elected councilman Carson Grimm was unable to attend. Other members of the council include: Bryan Christensen, Beth Mecham and Mayor Verla Jensen. ...

Ferron City council welcomes two new members


Ferron City met in their first meeting of the year.

On watch as new session begins


As the Utah Legislature begins this week, lawmakers need to be aware that something new is in the air. Something grassroots, and it is left over from the fight last spring when the lawmakers made an attempt to throw out the baby with the bathwater wh...

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State engineer approves applications to use Green River water for nuclear power plant


Two water right change applications for a proposed nuclear power plant near Green River, have been approved by Kent Jones, State Engineer with the Utah Division of Water Rights. The decisions follow more than two years of study....

Commission outlines 2012 responsibilities


At the first commission meeting of the new year Jeff Horrocks was re-elected the chairman of the commission. Commissioner Horrocks gave out assignments to the commissioners for the coming year. Commissioner Horrocks will be in charge of: Ambulance/EM...




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