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Weed be gone, Order of the Arrow will aid in tamarisk project


Cole Pitchforth, Aaron Clapp, John Healy and Matt MECCAriello work on the tamarisk removal. The outing was in preparation for the 1,000 scouts coming June 14-21, 2008.

Emery County Progress website 10 years online


The Emery County Progress website continues to improve.

Green River gym looking good as end nears


The new wood gym floor is fit into place by the worker.

Green River city council holds public hearings


Green River Mayor Ed Bentley explained at the opening of the public hearing held on June 12, the first part of the hearing is to gather comments on the 2006-2007 city budget. He presented the budget and explained what needs to be done before the end ...

Amount of water in the reservoirs


Water, or the lack thereof, continues to be a concern to Emery County as it moves into the hot summer months.

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Miss Emery seeks contestants

Rilda Canyon road work begins


Nielson Construction works on the road up Rilda Canyon to the Emery Mining portal.

Castle Dale City acquires property


Castle Dale City recently acquired the deed for this parcel of land which belongs to the US Forest Service.

Assault on the tamarisk


James Nielsen, heads the Emery County Weed and Mosquito department. He sprays herbicide on the tamarisk stumps.




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