Emery County Newswire

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  1. Utah's oldest coal plant retired in face of new EPA standardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... of about 45. The rest of the plant's 74 employees have been shuttled to positions at power plants in nearby Emery County. No plant worker will lose their job. "Because we had a reasonable notice to prepare for this event, we were able to hold open ...

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  2. Request for Asphalt Resurfacing ProposalRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Sun Advocate

    ... responsible proposal. Questions and Bids may be directed to: Kerry Lake, Building Construction Supervisor Emery County School District Phone: (435) 381-5280 Cell: (435) 749-2555 FAX: (435) 381-5684 Published in the Sun Advocate April 14, 16, 21 and ...

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  3. The Last Turn of the TurbineRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Sun Advocate

    ... And while it is a very small plant in terms of total power generation as compared to its newer sisters in Emery County, it has produced power for industry and municipal use through the Cold War, the Kennedy Assassination, the moon walks, 9-11 and up ...

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  4. White family makes donation to search and rescueRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Emery County Progress

    Last Memorial Day Weekend the White family suffered the loss of their parents Hugh and Alana Issel in a horrific ATV accident in Eagle Canyon. Recently they came back to Emery County to attend an Emery County Search and Rescue meeting to thank those involved in the rescue that day in May 2014.

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  5. Precision Application readay for your on farm fertilizer needsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Business Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting for a new business in Ferron. Precision Application is a new business operated by Brooks Behling.

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  6. Muse Coffee House opens in Castle DaleRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Emery County Progress

    ... always wanted to start a coffee shop and I wanted to start it here, because we don't have one on this side of Emery County and I think we need one. I have a friend in Payson that has a coffee shop called Joe Coffee Shop and Espresso, I have ...

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  7. Commissioner Brady looking at exporting coal possibilitiesRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Emery County Progress

    ... said Commissioner Brady. The commissioners opened bids for spring yard clean-up and fall leaf removal for Emery County libraries and road department. A bid from Tennant Lawn care appeared to be the low bid. Commissioner Ethan Migliori will review ...

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  8. Request for Lighting ProposalRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Sun Advocate

    ... responsible proposal. Questions and Bids may be directed to: Kerry Lake, Building Construction Supervisor Emery County School District 855 North 155 West PO Box 1297 Castle Dale, UT 84513 Phone: (435) 381-5280 Cell: (435) 749-2555 FAX: (435) ...

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  9. Environmentalists sue over Utah power plants emissionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Norwalk Citizen News

    ... this done as soon as possible." A Rocky Mountain Power spokesman tells the AP that the two plants located in Emery County produce enough energy to power the equivalent of one million homes, and much of that power is used within Utah. The ...

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  10. Nine Mile Canyon primitive rock shelter vandalizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | KSL-TV

    ... prehistoric cultural sites in the San Rafael Swell since he was 6 years old. The 20-year-old artist from Emery County says he's seen a recent spike in vandalism at the sites, something he attributes to the Internet. "It's sad that someone would ...

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  11. Environmentalists sue over Utah power plants emissionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Greenwich Citizen

    ... this done as soon as possible." A Rocky Mountain Power spokesman tells the AP that the two plants located in Emery County produce enough energy to power the equivalent of one million homes, and much of that power is used within Utah. The ...

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  12. Wizard of Oz huge success for community theatreRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Emery County Progress

    ... starring Judy Garland as Dorothy. It has become one of the most beloved films and stories of all time. In the Emery County production, Aspen Bloomer played the part of Dorothy. Dorothy is an orphaned girl being raised by her Auntie Em in Kansas. She ...

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  13. Emery County artist believes social media contributing to rock art vandalismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | Deseret News

    Artist Jonathan Bailey talks about the connection he feels to petroglyphs during a visit Wednesday to the Rochester Panel near the Emery County town of Emery. Bailey believes much of the information shared in blogs and on social media about remote rock art sites in the San Rafael Swell has led to an increase in vandalism at those sites.

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  14. Environmentalists sue EPA to force state to require Price-area power plants to clean upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... deadlines for cutting coal-fired power plant emissions. At issue are the Hunter and Huntington power plants in Emery County, which are owned and operated by Rocky Mountain Power and sit less than 100 miles from Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef ...

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  15. Harrison seeks quieter times after retiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

    ... job that you've done," he said. "That's a nice feeling." Harrison spent seven years as a deputy with the Emery County Sheriff's office before moving to Tooele County with the hopes of better opportunity and advancement in a larger ...

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  16. Emery County Business Chamber banquet and awards ceremonyRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Business Chamber hosted its award and installation banquet on March 18. The banquet was held at the Miller's Landing in Huntington. A silent auction was held to raise money for the Children's Justice Center and the business chamber.

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  17. Palenque Gourmet Mexican Grill Castle Dale locationRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Emery County Progress

    The Palenque Gourmet Mexican Grill along with the Emery County Business Chamber held a ribbon cutting on Thursday at their new location in Castle Dale. Ortiz has been in the restaurant business since 1991.

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  18. Travel Bureau looks to brand each community with help of expert tourism guruRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Emery County Progress

    The Emery County Travel Bureau is involved in a new program to brand each of the communities in Emery County. They are working with Roger Brooks, noted planner who works with communities to develop and market their niche and what makes them unique.

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  19. Prescribed burn on Middle MountainRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Emery County Progress

    The Ferron/Price Ranger District conducted a prescribed burn in the Joe's Valley area March 25 and 26. Crews used a low-intensity ground fire to reduce ground fuels beneath ponderosa pines. The Middle Mountain prescribed burn is located in the Lowry Water drainage adjacent to Joe's Valley Reservoir in Emery County, 13 miles northwest of Orangeville, Utah.

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  20. Investigators want help after someone poached two young deerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Salt Lake Tribune

    On March 16, two young bucks were shot and left to waste on Stump Flat Road, west of the Emery County town, according to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Investigators suspect the animals were killed sometime between 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. "Poaching is a serious crime that robs sportsmen and other wildlife enthusiasts of the opportunity to legally harvest an animal or to view it in its natural habitat," the division said Wednesday in a news release.

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