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Published May 20, 2014

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Emery baseball repeats winning the 2A state championship

Emery/Green River grad night Thursday


Emery High and Green River High will host their graduation exercises on May 22 at 7 p.m. Emery High announced its honor students for the class of 2014 at a senior meeting on April 29. The honor students are Sarah Collard, Banner Fauver, Savannah W...

Castle Dale plans new event, "touch a truck"


Castle Dale City is in the planning stage for its annual City celebration to be held June 14.

Forest Service plans prescribed burn on the Pines near Emery


Taking advantage of cool spring weather, Forest Service fire crews are planning a prescribed burn in The Pines area northwest of Emery.

School board discusses girls soccer


The Emery County School Board met for their monthly meeting at Canyon View Junior High. The board approved the following new hires for the district; Karl Jensen - Teacher at Cleveland Elementary, Madison Higley - Teacher at Green River High, Scott Lo...

"On Our Way" at San Rafael Junior High


San Rafael Junior High held their closing program on May 15. The ninth grade class secretary Ethan Winter welcomed everyone to the program. He said the theme for the closing program was, On our Way....

Cowboy Memorial Rodeo coming up May 30-31 in Castle Dale


May 30 and 31 mark the dates for the annual Dinosaur Tire/Les Schwab Cowboys Memorial Rodeo presented by Emery Telcom. The rodeo will be held at the Castle Dale Fairgrounds with both Friday and Saturday night performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. and w...

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