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Published February 26, 2013

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Special forces coming to county to train


Col. Robert T. Dunton spoke to the Emery County Commission to provide information on the plans by U.S. Special Forces to conduct training in Emery County this coming June. The special forces aren't getting the quality of training they need given t...

Orangeville gives ideas for scout projects


Orangeville City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Feb. 14, at Orangeville City Hall. Mayor Pat Jones opened the meeting with a prayer and a pledge of allegiance. The bills and warrants and minutes were first to be approved. After th...

Lt. Gov. Greg Bell to speak at Chamber Dinner


Lt. Gov. Greg Bell will speak at the Emery County Business Chamber awards night and installation banquet on March 21 at 6 p.m. at the recreation center in Castle Dale. Bell has served as the Lieutenant Governor of Utah since 2009. He formerly repr...

Rep. McIff legislative update week four


We are midpoint in the legislative session. From here on, it's all uphill, not downhill. The days will be longer and the pace faster.

Huntington Library book club


The Huntington Library book club hosted Carla Kelly, local author at their recent meeting. Ms. Kelly has written 20 plus books. The book she spoke of this day was My Loving Vigil Keeping. This story revolves around life in Winter Quarters mining camp...

Great American Spell check


Recently Cleveland Elementary participated as a school in The Great American Spell Check. Students took home pledge sheets and their parents and family members pledged money to the school for every word the student got correct on a 50 word spelling...

Zions pays for As program


The average teenager now sends and receives approximately 60 text messages each day, and spends about nine hours a week on social networks. As researchers quantify modern teenage life, Zions Bank is rewarding teens who work hard for one timeless sta...

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