|Published June 18, 2013|
Emery County News
Business Chamber learns about drugs/workplace
The Emery County Business chamber bimonthly Lunch and Learn focused on drugs and the workplace. Julie Jones, chamber president welcomed everyone. Wade Allinson from the Emery County drug task force was the main speaker. Emery Telcom was the lunch...
Castle Dale Day,A day of fun and celebration
Castle Dale came together for their annual celebration on Saturday.
Green River discusses ordinances
Green River City held their monthly city meeting on June 11. The council approved the minutes of the previous meetings. The council discussed the subordinate notes for the Crown Housing Project. The city purchased a note for the project for $5,000...
San Rafael backcountry horsemen decorate outlying graves
The San Rafael Back Country Horsemen answered the call of the Emery County Progress and Sun Advocate newspapers to leave no grave unadorned. The project recently concluded its fourth year. Back Country Horsemen chose three isolated grave sites to...
Democrats hold organizing convention
The Emery County Democrat Party Organizing Convention was held in the old courthouse in Castle Dale. Chairman Gary Petty opened the meeting with a pledge of allegiance by Edward Geary and a prayer by Bevan Wilson. Chairman Petty welcomed everyone ...
Business spotlight: T and D Garage doors of Clawson
Installing garage doors is a family business. Emery County natives Trent Riley and Delanna Tucker Riley along with their two sons Jayden, 14, and Braycer, 7, work together to get the job done. Trent said, "I was born and raised in Emery County an...
American Legion Essay Award winners
Jean Twitchell, President of the Women's Auxiliary of the American Legion District 5 which includes Carbon, Emery, and Grand Counties headquartered in Price, attended an awards ceremony May 16, 2013 at the American Legion Hall in Ferron. This ceremon...
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