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Published July 18, 2006

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Water conservancy district summer update

Joe's Valley Reservoir goes over the spillway. Good winter snowpack filled reservoirs in the area including Millsite Reservoir and Electric Lake.

That's some pig: Annual stockshow held in Ferron

Emery County residents who participated in the SouthEastern Utah Livestock Show are: Joe Bennett, Klint Eastman, Jake Gardner, Hadan Hatch, Holly Hatch, Dawson Jensen, Curtis Mason, Shelby Mason, Kyla Staley, Brock Winn, Weston Allinson, Jentrie Allr...

State parks activities-wakeboarding

The wakeboarding competition at Huntington Lake State Park will become an annual event. The competition was held as part of a program to increase awareness and attendance at the State Parks in Emery and Carbon counties....

Public lands council

At the recent Emery County Public Lands Council meeting, Gary Reimer of the Bureau of Land Management informed the council that he has been appointed to take the place of Patrick Gubbins, who recently transferred to Nevada. Reimer said he is from Ala...

Meth bust in Castle Dale

An ounce of methamphetamine and assorted items were recovered in Castle Dale.

Forest Service prescribed burn at the jungle

The Ferron/Price Ranger District will be implementing a prescribed burn within the Ferron Creek drainage area located near Ferron Canyon Road between Willow Lake and Ferron Reservoir. ...

Friends of Scouting dinner

Scouters Jeral Lofley and Eldon Holmes attend the scout dinner.

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