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Published January 15, 2013

Emery County News

Habitat project for wildlife


Mule deer numbers have slowly been declining in the west since the times when our fathers and grandfathers hunted. There are many factors that have changed over the past 50 years such as: oil and gas development, grazing management, wildfire suppress...

Migliori is newest commissioner


Ethan Migliori was sworn in as the newest Emery County commissioner on Jan. 7 at noon at the county building. One of the things Commissioner Migliori would like to do is find healthy ways to strengthen our economy. There are changing opportunities...

School district reflections on Sandy Hook


Reflections on the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut and thoughts, plans, and procedures for making students safe in our own schools.

County gives out employee service awards


During the first commission meeting of the year, the service awards for 2012 were given out. Five year recognitions went to Jeff Horrocks, Kristin Robertson, Margaret Keller, Cheri Packer, Tina Carter, Russell Swasey, Jared Robinson. A 10 year awar...

Commissioners receive assignments for 2013


The Emery County Commissioners met in their first meeting of 2013. Assignments were made involving responsibilities for 2013. Responsibilities include: Commissioner Jeff Horrocks; ambulance/EMTs; animal control, airport, Association of governments...

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