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Rocky Mountain Power planned power outage in Richfield

Rocky Mountain Power will be performing maintenance that will necessitate a planned power outage affecting the Richfield area on Monday, February 25 from midnight to 4 am. Rocky Mountain Power suggests unplugging any sensitive electronic equipment prior to that time to avoid any potential damage. Questions can be directed to […]

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Fayette mayor calls it quits

Fayette mayor calls it quits

Fallout from the Fayette Town misappropriation of funds case continues to affect the town, with the resignation of the mayor being the latest consequence. At the Town Council meeting on February 7, Councilman Brandon Jensen announced that Mayor Brenda Liefson had turned in her keys and all documents associated with […]

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HEAT applications being accepted.

The HEAT offices are seeking people to apply for the HEAT program.  The program runs from November through April.  Applications will be accepted until April 30.  Please call for an appointment or more information.  Manti 835-2831. Richfield 893-0745. Millard County 435-743-4060.  Post expires at 2:41pm on Tuesday April 30th, 2019

Idaho inmate sentenced for sexual assault

Idaho inmate sentenced for sexual assault

A man who was part of an Idaho prison detail sent to work at a wildfire base camp in Sanpete County last summer was sentenced Wednesday for a sexual assault that occurred during his time in the state. Ruben Hernandez pleaded guilty in December to sexual battery, a Class A […]

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Trial date set for accused murderer of Mt. Pleasant man

Trial date set for accused murderer of Mt. Pleasant man

The man accused of killing a Mt. Pleasant man and burning his remains pleaded not guilty on Friday to aggravated murder.  Raul Vidrio, a known drug dealer and gang member, is charged in the death of 22-year old Wesley Nay.  Nay’s body was found buried in a grassy meadow near […]

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Snow College president finalists announced

Snow College president finalists announced

SALT LAKE CITY – After an extensive national search, the Snow College Presidential Search Committee has recommended four finalists to the State Board of Regents for the position of Snow College President: Bradley J. Cook the Provost at Southern Utah University , Steven J. Hood the Vice President for Academic […]

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Ephraim Middle School Candlelight award presented

Ephraim Middle School Candlelight award presented

Ephraim Middle School held their 68th annual Candlelight ceremony on Wednesday evening, and two local people were presented with the Candlelight award.  Carol Nelson of Ephraim and Vaun Mickelsen of Manti were both honored for their service to the community. Carol was born and raised in Ephraim and worked for […]

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Main water line break in Moroni

Main water line break in Moroni

Moroni City reports there has been a break in their main water line.  All residents are asked to conserve water, beginning immediately.  If there are questions, please call Moroni City at 435-436-8359.

Former Fayette Town clerk sentenced

Former Fayette Town clerk sentenced

A former Fayette Town clerk who pleaded guilty to misuse of public money was sentenced in Sixth District Court in Manti on Wednesday.  Tracy Kay Mellor pleaded guilty in October to three 3rd degree felonies after an investigation revealed she had been writing Town checks to a personal business account […]

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Norbest to donate 100 live turkeys to animal activists

Norbest to donate 100 live turkeys to animal activists

The Norbest turkey plant in Moroni is donating 100 live turkeys to Direct Action Everywhere, the animal rights group whose members have been charged with entering a turkey growing shed and stealing a baby turkey.  DxE has been in contact with Pitman Family Farms, the new owners of the Moroni […]

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