Emery County Newswire

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  1. Proposed wilderness bill gains approval from P and ZRead the original story

    29 min ago | Sun Advocate

    ... about catastrophic fire areas (where timber could be managed) and he hoped that south of Carbon's borders Emery County would do the same thing with their plan. "We are doing some of that so that private land can be accessed," he said. "The Van Dusen ...

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  2. Learn how to do business with governmentRead the original story

    Yesterday | Emery County Progress

    Emery County Commissioner Ethan Migliori reported he recently attended a seminar in Price put on by the Governors Office of Economic Development. The title of the seminar was Utah Procurement Technical Assistance or PTAC for small businesses.

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  3. Public lands council hears information on water billsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Emery County Progress

    ... and JR Nelson were welcomed to the board and Mistie Christiansen was re-appointed. Huntsman said he is an Emery County native and attended Emery High. He went away to school and has a master's in mechanical engineering. He is the plant manager at ...

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  4. New prison site in Grantsville added to listRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

    ... the end of January 2015. The 32 new sites received after the December PRC meeting ranged in location from Emery County to Weber County. There were a total of 11 new sites in Tooele County submitted to the PRC. The SR-138 Industrial Park ...

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  5. Prison relocation bid fails to gain attentionRead the original story

    Tuesday | Sun Advocate

    A late bid by a committee from Carbon and Emery County was to no avail on Friday as the Utah Prison Relocation Committee added two more sites, not all that much different from what they have been considering. All are within 65 miles of the present prison location at the Point of the Mountain in Salt Lake County.

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  6. Notice of Public HearingRead the original story

    Tuesday | Sun Advocate

    ... will provide everyone in attendance the opportunity to comment. The following is the schedule for each county: Emery County - - Castle Dale Office (25 West Main) - - Monday, March 16, 2015 Carbon County - - Price Office (28 So. 100 East) - - ...

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  7. Tavaputs District of BSA recognition dinnerRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Sun Advocate

    ... Scout. Local leaders were also honored for going the extra mile in scouting this past year. Nanette Tanner from Emery County received the District Award of Merit for exemplary work in promoting the scouting program. Justus Clark from Wellington ...

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  8. Volunteer built high tunnel to protect community gardenRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Sun Advocate

    More than 50 Carbon and Emery County residents came together this past weekend to learn about and construct a high tunnel working to protect the area's community garden from harsh elements that can damage that garden's harvest. The project began with an early morning classroom presentation made by USU Extension Agent Ron Patterson of Carbon County and Agent Dennis Worwood of Emery County.

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  9. Castle Dale City addresses economic developmentRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Emery County Progress

    ... the BLM. Connie from the BLM said the proposed area north of Hwy 29 was originally designated for a swap with Emery County for a road shop. If we want the area for recreational or public purpose, it would be an easy switch. If it is for another ...

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  10. Student returns money to dance teacher after many yearsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Emery County Progress

    With more than six decades of teaching dance, Brenda Kalatzes remembers the many performances and kids she has helped instill a love for dance throughout the years. But it's one particular event or dance review that has her looking back with a smile and tears welling in her eyes.

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  11. Emery County Travel Bureau hears funding requests for advertisingRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Travel Bureau met in February to discuss the grants for community events and activities. Groups are encouraged to request funding from the travel bureau to be used to publicize their event.

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  12. Commission approves addition to Green River road shopRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Board of Commissioners met for their February meeting. Commissioners include Keith Brady, Paul Cowley and Ethan Migliori.

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  13. Chamber prepares for March BanquetRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Business Chamber hosts Lunch and Learn meetings every other month. They are now preparing for their installation and awards banquet on March 18. It will be held at the Millers Landing in Huntington beginning with a social at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. There will be a silent auction to raise money for the chamber and also a donation will be made to the Children's Justice Center.

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  14. Anfield Resources Provides More Information on Uranium One TransactionRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | Resource Investing News

    ... Counties, South Dakota.-2% net smelter returns royalty on Western Uranium Corporation's San Rafael project in Emery County, Utah. -2% to 4% sliding scale gross value royalty on Energy Fuels Inc.'s Whirlwind project in Grand County, Utah. In addition ...

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  15. Historical Society learns more about mammoth discoveryRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Historical Society was presented the story of the Huntington mammoth discovery in 1988 as filmed and photographed by Dawnette Tuttle. The meeting was held at the Museum of the San Rafael.

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  16. Emery County official double-dipped, auditor concludesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Salt Lake Tribune

    He billed a high-tech company for $20,000 in consulting fees three years ago while simultaneously arranging a state grant for the firm. Now, McCandless is under investigation by the Emery County attorney and sheriff for taking payments in 2012 from Heber City-based Conductive Composites .

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  17. School board looking for new memberRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Emery County Progress

    ... Kirk Sitterud expressed his appreciation to Tanner on behalf of the school district and the students of Emery County for her contribution to the district and for good ideas and programs that benefitted the students. "As superintendent and ...

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  18. School District seeks new board member for OrangevilleRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 5 | Emery County Progress

    Emery County School District has started the application process for a school board member from Orangeville and those living west of Center Street in Castle Dale. Six year board member Nanette Tanner announced her resignation last night at the school board meeting in Green River.

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  19. Former sheriff's deputy enters plea in assault caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Deseret News

    ... class A misdemeanor charge will be held in abeyance for one year under the terms of a plea agreement with the Emery County Attorney's Office, which prosecuted the case to avoid a potential conflict of interest. If Stubblefield completes all ...

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  20. Legislative proposals seek changes to Goblin Valley, Little Sahara parksRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 3 | KSL-TV

    ... of about 10,000 acres. Another 120,000 acres would be managed in a multiparty arrangement that includes Emery County, the BLM and the state. A legislative proposal, HB225 , sponsored by Rep. Steve Eliason, R-Sandy, helps set in motion that process, ...

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