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Published November 18, 2014

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Castle Dale Residents consult commission about flooding issues

5 days ago

In the commission meeting the commissioners heard from Mark H. Williams and James Huggard as they discussed flooding at their Castle Dale properties. The Cottonwood Creek overflows its banks and floods the farmers fields. Flooding this year also made...

Emery County welcomes new credit union

5 days ago

Eastern Utah Community Credit Union held a ribbon cutting and a grand opening at their new branch in Castle Dale on Friday November 14. A free lunch was provided for those that came to visit the credit union between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. ...

November lunch and learn in Green River on Wednesday

5 days ago

The Emery County Business Chamber will host its November Lunch and Learn in Green River. The speaker will be Ricardo Flores from the Utah Film Commission. He will speak on the film industry in Utah and how businesses can get involved when a film shoo...

School board meets at Cleveland Elementary

5 days ago

The Emery County School Board met for their November meeting at Cleveland Elementary. The school district received excellent remarks about their auditors report.

Museum event follows the Old Spanish Trail

5 days ago

The Museum of The San Rafael in Castle Dale has a new exhibit of a large mural depicting the Old Spanish Trail and some of its history. A key gun hangs in the middle of the mural. That history includes the trading of horses, mules, woolen blankets ...

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