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Published June 10, 2008


Elmo Daughters of the Utah Pioneers dedicate new projects

The Elmo Daughters of the Utah Pioneers pose beneath the new entrance to the Elmo Cemetery. They are: LaRue Lofley, Bearl Lofley, Charla Ann, Shirley Coyne, Erma Lou Jones, Georgina Hansen, Henrietta Hansen, Karen Jensen and Julie Ehler. ...

Ryan Thayn found in desert after 10 years

The remains of Ryan Thayn were found in this remote section of Mounds in Emery County.

The scouts are coming

Scout, Weston Allinson was part of a practice project to cut tamarisk held last June to get ready for scouts from across the nation that will descend upon the county this week....

U Of U Releases Data on Seismic Activity at Crandall Canyon

New seismology reports are out from the University of Utah about the collapse at Crandall Canyon.

Friendship cruise 2008

Boaters find a secluded beach area to camp for the night.

Forest Service updates commission on motorized vehicle use map

The Manti-LaSal National Forest is hoping to have their motor vehicle use map out in two-three weeks. This map will outline all roads and trails open to motorized travel on the Manti-LaSal. ...

Huntington City Looks to Build New RV Dump

Huntington Mayor Hilary Gordon approached the Emery County Commission regarding the installation of a new RV dump in Huntington. The original plan was to place it at the rodeo grounds, but further research revealed that spot was not a good choice be...

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