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Published March 25, 2014

Emery County News

Political season begins with caucuses/filings


The political season has begun for 2014. Democratic caucuses were held on March 18 for the democrats and on March 20 for the republicans.

Goblin topplers strike a plea deal


The Goblin Valley hoodoo topplers had their first and only appearance in court on March 18. They appeared in the seventh district court before Judge Harmon.

Training for local banks and credit unions


Emery County Sheriff Greg Funk hosted training for local banks and credit unions. He said that in 2011 in Utah there were 26 bank robberies. In 2013 that number increased to 70 robberies. It's estimated in 2014 there will be 150-200 bank robberies in...

Sterling Scholars compete at USU Eastern


The Sterling Scholar competition was held at USU Eastern on March 18. Students from Emery, Grand, San Juan, Monticello, White Horse, Monument Valley, Navajo Mountain and Carbon participated....

Severe spring weather causes damage


Severe high winds in Emery County on March 17 caused damage to properties throughout the county. Fences were blown down, signs broken off and roofs damaged.

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