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Published July 8, 2014

Emery County News

Fourth of July celebration

Huntington finishes week long flurry of events

Make plans to attend Cleveland days July 14-19

To Kick Off the Pioneer Week Long Celebration we will start off in a very special way. To authentically celebrate the Pioneers we will hold the second Annual "Family Pioneer Night" at "Oville" (Owen Olsen's Pioneer Village, located at 305 E. Main, Cl...

SITLA sells parcel of land in Emery County

The School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration sold two parcels of school trust land at its biannual public auction held June 25, earning $656,000 for Utah's public schools. The 34.91-acre Buffalo Hollow parcel in Emery County sold for $46,0...

Plan to attend the July lunch and learn: Peacock to speak

Neal Peacock will be the guest speaker at the July Lunch and Learn on July 16 at noon. The Lunch and Learn is sponsored by the Emery County Business Chamber. Peacock's topic is "Accidental Leadership: The leadership lessons I learned from serving as...

Tusher Diversion rehabilitation project on the Green

The John Wesley Powell Museum in Green River hosted an event to collect information and stories on the Tusher Diversion. Grant Carlos Smith, an archaeologist with the USDA/NRCS gave a presentation to the community. ...

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