|Published June 24, 2014|
Emery County News
Become a junior river runner at the John Wesley Powell museum in Green River
Become a junior river runner at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River. The program kicked off the end of May and the museum encourages local children as well as visitors to the area to come in and participate. ...
Heritage Days starts this week with rodeo
In Mayor Hilary Gordon's report to the city council, the upcoming Heritage Days Celebration was a main topic. The Heritage Days rodeo is this Friday and Saturday nights at the rodeo grounds with new bleachers now installed to give the fans a better ...
School board passes budget for district
The Emery County School District held their monthly meeting on June 16. A public hearing was held concerning the school district budget. Jared Black, business manager presented the final legal budget for fiscal year 2014 and the tentative budget for ...
Students attend health career camp
The 16th annual Health Career Exploration Camp, sponsored by Southern Utah AHEC and the Utah Center for Rural Health, was recently held at Southern Utah University, and was attended by Camrey Johnson, Elizabeth Sprague and Zachery Fauver of Emery Hig...
Food stamp use increases in Emery County since recession
The use of food stamps in Emery County increased during the recession, assisting families in stretching their food dollars, contributing to local spending and helping spark a national debate about the future of the federal nutrition program....
Two hikers rescued from San Rafael Swell
Two missing hikers were found in good condition after becoming lost in the San Rafael Desert. Emery County Sheriff's Office Dispatch received a call at 1:45 p.m. on June 16 stating that a 27 year-old male and a 22 year-old female had set out for a da...
News from Castle Valley Special Service District
The summer construction season has begun for the Castle Valley Special Service District. Nelco Contractors has received the bid for the street work.
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