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Published November 27, 2012

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Pilgrim and Indian pride


Local preschool learns about Thanksgiving

DWR plans big horn sheep watch


Early December is the perfect time to see Rocky Mountain big horn sheep. That's why Division of Wildlife Resources personnel have chosen Dec. 1 as the day to hold Utah's annual Bighorn Sheep Watch....

Orangeville plans Christmas activity


Celebrate the First day of Christmas with Orangeville City on Dec. 1 at the Old Fire Station and city park. Schedule at a glance: 2 p.m. fun run/walk/4 wheeler ride, 4 p.m. chili/soup and gingerbread house judging begins, 5-6:30 dinner will be serv...

County Community covenant signing program


The Emery County commissioners hosted a Community Covenant signing program at the Nov. 13 commission meeting. Sgt. Ryan Palmer from the National Guard works with the Community Covenant program and he has been to Emery County several times, as program...

Huntington man dies in accident


On Nov. 21 a call came into the Emery County Sheriff's Office dispatch center reporting a vehicle had left the road coming down Gentry. The accident was reported at 7:06 p.m. The accident took the life of Jordan Wallace Hatch, 46, of Huntington....

New video premier on mining in the Swell


Emery County Historical Society with the help of The Division of Oil, Gas and Mining's Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program and the Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office presented a video titled "Mining on the Swell" to a very large audience at ...

Recognition-Darcey Powell-Forbidden Fruit


The 2012 Emery County Fair in Castle Dale marked the 10th anniversary since Darcey Powell discovered an opportunity to establish an innovative homemade caramel confections business. ...

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