Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
Tuesday September 4, 2012
Home Grown News Since 1900 • Castle Dale, Utah
Volume 112 • Number 45• 75¢
Tall tales at ranch Cowboy poets recite stories of the western lifestyle
By PHIL FAUVER, Staff Writer
The Emery County Historical Society held their annual Cowboy Poetry Night at the Castle Valley Outdoors Lodge Aug. 23. This was a night of demonstrating the talents of several local people. The night showcased the abilities of local talent from Emery County to play country western music, to recite cowboy poetry and sing country ballads. Evelyn Huntsman the Emery County Historical Society President welcomed everyone and introduced the program for the evening. She then announced the Master of Ceremonies would be Kent Petersen of Ferron. He is also a cowboy poet. Huntsman said, “Even though the sky looked cloudy and black like it was going to rain all day, all of you that came knew that it would not rain. We are excited to have the wonderful Muddy Crik Band from Emery to play music for this event.” More than 150 people came to hear the cowboy poetry this evening. Huntsman announced next month the Historical Society would be going on a trek to Temple Mountain down through Fremont Junction. There are quite a few interesting things to see on the September trek. She offered cowboy poetry books and the book “Castle Valley Our Town“ and “Mountains and Our Desert” for sale. Following the introductions, Huntsman put on a false mustache and read from a letter recently found in her closet. She claimed, she did not write the letter someone else did. The letter was from a father to his son. “Dear son: I am writing this letter slow cause I know you can’t read real fast. We don’t live where we did when you left. Your mom read in the paper where most
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Evelyn Huntsman, Emery County Historical Society president reads a letter from a father to a son. accidents happen within 20 miles of home. So we moved. This new place has a washing machine. The first day I got four shirts in it. I pulled the chain and I haven’t seen
them since. It only rained twice this week. Three days the first time and four days the second time. “The coat you wanted me to send you, Mother said it would be too
Photo by Phil Fauver
heavy to send in the mail because of the buttons. So we cut them off Continued on PAGE 2A.
Aerial seeding begins in burn area
This plane loads wheat at the Mt. Pleasant airport to spread over the Seeley ¿re burn scar.
Aerial Seeding begins on Seeley Burn Scar Winter wheat seed is being dropped on about 7,000 acres of high-severity burn areas on the Seeley Fire scar of the Manti-La Sal National Forest. The wheat is being dropped on steep slopes in hopes that the annual plant will hold the soil this winter and spring so that native species can re-establish. The greatest challenge to recovery in the burned area is the steepness of slopes. Without roots to hold the soil, it is being washed away by summer rainstorms. The wheat
seed will be used to hold the soil and the native seeds in place. The native seeds have been washing away. Perennial grasses and forbs cannot successfully germinate under these conditions. Morris Ag Air of Yuma, Ariz. has four aircraft on the job and has been seeding since Aug. 27. They will apply 187,500 pounds of winter wheat on 6,946 acres at a cost of $254,500. The winter wheat seeding project is part of the Burned Area Emergency Response effort funded by the Forest Service. Continued on PAGE 12A.
Commission holds meeting in Green River By PATSY STODDARD, Editor
The Emery County Commission held their annual commission meeting in Green River on Aug. 28. The commission opened the bids for the painting of the Buckhorn bridge. They only received one bid for $32,260 from B & T Builders and Supply. The bid was approved. The radio station translator was discussed. Castle Country radio wishes to broadcast KRPX
over Emery County’s translator. It was determined that a test run be done to see how clear the signals are. Commissioner Laurie Pitchforth wondered if a survey could be done to see which stations the county residents are listening to. The station that would be dropped in order to pick-up KRPX will be oldies KODJ. County residents are encouraged to let the commissioners know if they have a preference on these radio stations. Bret Mills, the communication
director, talked about the grant the county has received for $440,000 for upgrades for the television and translators. It is a national grant that will be used to help recoup the costs associated with the digital TV. This grant has enabled the county to make the improvements without the use of local tax dollars. Commissioner James Nelson said the improvements to the TV service have been dramatic. The new equipment brings up the signal strength and will allow the county
to have digital equipment. Mills modified the old analog equipment to work to get by and now this will give the county new digital equipment. The commissioners thanked Mills for his hard work on the grant. The commissioners formed a committee to look at the county’s purchasing policy. Currently if an item is going to cost more than $300, bids must be obtained. The Continued on PAGE 9A.
Emery County Sheriff’s Office is sponsoring a seminar on identity theft and internet safety. The Utah Attorney General’s Office will be presenting the seminar. Identity theft has been the number one consumer complaint reported to the Federal Trade Commission for the past 11 years. Not only is identity theft one of the fastest growing crimes in the country, it is also a crime that makes it difficult for victims to restore their good credit and financial health. This seminar will provide a detailed overview of identity theft, the latest internet scams, Facebook security concerns and an introduction to Utah’s solution to identity theft crimes. Attendees will also learn about a new free program that proactively protects Utah kids from identity thieves. Seminars will be held on Sept. 5 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Green River High School auditorium, 745 West Pirate Avenue, Green River, and on Sept. 6 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Emery High School auditorium, 955 North Center, Castle Dale.
Join us for a luau inspired night of fun and swimming. Castle Dale Swimming Pool Sept. 6, 4 - 7:30 p.m. Swimming, entertainment, bake sale, hamburgers, hotdogs, face painting, nail art and raffle. All proceeds will be donated to the family of 13 year old Jacee Day who was recently diagnosed with a life threatening illness. To purchase raffle tickets or for more information please contact Pacee Allred 435-687-2126 or Jackie Hilliard 435-687-2858. Items to be raffled: .270 Remington rifle, Grip-Rite Finish and Trim set (compressor, nail gun and staple gun), hand-made quilts, $100 gas card for BK’s, ¼ beef, cordless drill, lots of other great items and gift certificates. Raffle tickets $5 each or 5 for $20.
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cowboy poetry Continued from PAGE 1A.
and put them in the pocket. We got a bill from the funeral parlor about grandma’s funeral. They said if we do not pay something soon on the bill, up she comes. “Your uncle John fell in the whiskey vat. Some men tried to pull him out. But he fought them off bravely until he drowned. We cremated him and he burned for three days. “Three of your friends went over a bridge in a pickup. One was driving and the other two were in the back. The driver got out alright. He rolled down his window and swam to safety. But the other two drowned because they couldn’t get the tailgate down. “Not much more news, nothing much happened, write you later. PS I was going to send you some money, but I already had this letter sealed,” said Huntsman. Petersen started off by telling about his wife’s knee operation and some global warming jokes. Lori Ann Larsen from Huntington recited cowboy stories written by Baxter Black that tell of the lives of rodeo cowboys. The three stories she quoted were
“Legend Of A Rodeo Man“, “Goodbye Old Man” and “The Buckskin Mare.” Twelve-year-old Denise Hunsaker sang several Western ballads accompanied by the guitar playing Muddy Crik Band. Those present were impressed with her very fine enjoyable voice. The Muddy Crik Band is made up of Randy Lake, John Sehestedt, Mike Christensen, Bob Baker and Lou Larsen, all from Emery. Cowboy Poet Duane Terrell recently became a resident of Ferron and was introduced by Petersen saying, “Some think he is from Texas but he really is from Georgia.” Terrell indicated this was his first public speaking adventure. He mentioned his Grandfather Perk Allred, who died recently. Perk often sent Duane poems he had written. Perk Allred, a cowboy, was well known in Emery County. This night Terrell chose to read Perk Allred’s poem titled “The Big Black Brawny Bull.” Petersen recited a delightful poem about a poker game held in Molen, where one of the players died during the game and the wife had to be told about the death.
A large crowd gathers to hear the cowboy poetry at the Castle Valley ranch. Tyler Jeffs was invited to come forward and tell some of his stories. Jeffs said, “This is about like speaking in church. You hope you don’t say something really dumb and you are glad when it is over. Some of the stories you have heard tonight are true stories. Ranching is a disease without a cure. We like to talk about the romantic side of ranching, but a lot of times it is just a lot of dead cows, muddy pants and broken hearts. I love it and I can’t get it out of my system.” Jeffs went on to describe, in the form of a poem, riding horseback through the scenery of Emery County. Next he told the story of the Bishop and the three in one oil. He also told of the winter storm in which an old cowboy tried to start a cold pickup truck in Utah with a prayer and the truck that did start in North Dakota.
Kent Petersen was the announcer for the evening as well as a cowboy poet.
Tyler Jeffs recites cowboy poetry.
Suzanne Larsen and Loriann Larsen at the cowboy poetry event.
Sept. 5 Free events. Parade your Pet 4 p.m.-Mayors Park. Eating Contest 5 p.m. Mayors Park. Talent Show- 6 p.m. Mayors Park. Dessert
The Muddy Crik band includes: left to right: Randy Lake, John Sehestedt Mike Christensen, Bob Baker and Len Larsen.
Wars 6 p.m. Mayors Park. Zumba 7:30 p.m. Mayors Park. Sept. 6 Free events. Sidewalk Picasso 3:30 p.m. Mayors Park. Rock, Paper,
Scissors Tournament 4:30 Mayors Park. Neos Tournament 4:30 Mayors Park. Horseshoes 4:30 Mayors Park. Bike Ride 6 p.m. Mayors Park. Sept. 7 Free events. Ex-
got peaches? Ferron City Peach Days 2012 Sept. 5-Sept.8 Wednesday Sept. 5th FREE EVENTS Parade your Pet-4pm-Mayors Park Eating Contest-5pm-Mayors Park Talent Show- 6pm-Mayors Park Dessert Wars-6pm-Mayors Park Zumba-7:30pm-Mayors Park
Lori Ann Larsen recites cowboy poetry.
Ferrin and Denise Hunsaker.
Photos by Phil Fauver
Duane Terrell reads a poem his grandpa wrote.
Petersen told of a big city lawyer that shot a pheasant that flew onto a rancher’s property. The rancher objected to the lawyer trespassing on his property. The rancher explained to the lawyer the three-kick rule for settling disputes. After the rancher had kicked the lawyer three times and it was the lawyers
turn to kick the rancher. The rancher said you may have the pheasant. The Muddy Crik Band played and sang several old songs, one of which was the song “Ghost Riders In The Sky.” That evening as the sun began to set and the half moon appeared in the middle of the clearing sky, a cool
hibits on Display 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. City Hall. Free Dinner 6 p.m. Fairgrounds Park. Live Band 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Fairgrounds. Lite Brite Walk/ Run 10:30 p.m. Meet at Fairgrounds. Venders booths Fairgrounds 6 p.m. Mechanical Bull Riding Machine 6 p.m. Fairgrounds. Sept. 8 Field of Flags 7 a.m. Old Church on Hill. Breakfast 7:30 - 9 a.m. Fire Station. Fun Run 7:30 a.m. Meet at Ferron Elementary. Golf Tournament Scramble
All Day Millsite Golf Course. Parade 10 a.m. Mill Rd. and State Street. Free Family Fun Day following Parade Mayors Park. Soapbox Derby immediately following parade 100 E. Mill Rd. Exhibits on display 12 - 5 p.m. City Hall. Vender booths Fairgrounds all-day. Ticket events. Horse Races 1 p.m. Fairgrounds. Demolition Derby 6 p.m. Fairgrounds. Dance - DJ Al Shakespeare following Derby Fairgrounds. Tickets
Dottie Grimes and Evelyn Huntsman get ready to dish up the Dutch oven dessert. breeze began to cause some to start looking for jackets or moving to the pit fire blazing in the background. About that time Petersen announced the Dutch oven cobbler and ice cream were ready to be eaten and thanks for coming. The Muddy Crik Band and Hunsaker continued to play and sing songs while the group lined up for cobbler and ice cream.
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Please join the Skyline Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) for a tour of current weed problems in Huntington Canyon. The tour will include the recent impacts and potential weed problems caused by the Continued on PAGE 3A.
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Ferron readies for Peach Day celebration By PATSY STODDARD, Editor
Ferron City Council meeting on Aug. 23 centered around plans for the Peach Days celebration. Mayor JoAnn Behling said she met with the canal company and the plan is to shut the water off on Sept. 1. She thanked all the Ferron water users for being very conservative with their water. The city still has 490 acre feet of water left that it won’t be able to use, because the level of the reservoir is down. The reservoir can’t go any lower than 1,029 acre feet. Rocky Mountain Power and the Division of Wildlife Resources have water they may need so the reservoir needs to maintain their water. There will be farmers who have allocated water left, but they won’t be able to use it. Under the board of equalization it was approved to
allow Jim Rushton’s water bill to go to his renter. The question of adjustments to garbage bills was discussed. Apparently one resident has been paying for two cans, but only has one can. The oversights became apparent when the costs of the services were broken down in the Ferron newsletter. The bills do not specify two cans, so this will be itemized on the bills so a resident can tell if they are being charged for one or two cans. The council decided not to make a decision at this time on whether there will be any adjustments to that resident’s bill. Most of the charge for garbage collection goes to the garbage company. Mayor Behling read a thank you note from a Ferron child who was grateful the city had made a donation for his stockshow pig. Jerry Stotler made a presentation to the city of a drip irrigation system he has in-
stalled in his garden. It saves water by only dripping at the root of the plant and doesn’t water the weeds or the dirt. He built the system with PVC pipe and valves. He can adjust the flow depending on how much water each plant needs. He bought the tubing from RainBird and it’s really good and doesn’t plug up. His crops are really large and it has worked well. He volunteered to help anyone set-up a system. Colleen Murdoch from the Ferron Library said it would be good to have Stotler come to the library in the spring when they do their spring workshop on gardening. He agreed to come and explain the system. The council approved a small subdivision for Wade and Angela Paskett. The council discussed what to do with a nuisance property that needs to be cleaned up. It was determined to fine the owner of the property and to send a
letter to the property owner with an itemized list of what it will cost to clean up the property. The city crews can do the work or a salvage company can be hired. The sheriff will need to go with the building inspector and have the house on the property condemned. The cost of the clean-up can be added to the taxes on the property. The owner will be notified the date of when the clean-up will take place. The council voted to move forward with the clean-up of the property going through the necessary steps to proceed in a lawful manner including having the property condemned. Things are moving along on schedule for Peach Days. The council would like to look at more improvements to the rodeo grounds in the future so more events can be held there. The sound system needs to be upgraded or a new one purchased. There
are several cars coming for the demolition derby. Plans for the golf tourney are in place. The free dinner on Sept. 7 will be turkey and baked potatoes as well as side dishes donated by town residents. The town is having the field of flags again with a program on Sept. 8 at 7 a.m. The council is still looking for a stage to have the talent show on at the park. Council member Trent Jackson has been working with the I-Gov people about the new website. The cost to get it up and running would be $1,100 and a $60 a month fee. It would take approximately two months to launch the new site. The council agreed to get started on the new website as money has been budgeted for that purpose. Council member Joe Trenery said there was a water leak at the fair grounds which they fixed. Council member Abby
Jensen said the fire department wondered if they could get some new grills for the breakfast. The council determined there are enough around they can borrow some and avoid the expense. The mayor reported the restaurant at Millsite golf course is up and running and the city will manage it for now. The employees there will receive an hourly wage and their tips. The restaurant is called the 19th Hole Eatery. They have been working to clean the restaurant and opening day was Aug. 24 and the hours are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and closed Mondays. The phone number is 3843355. They will feature burgers, hot dogs, hot wings, salads, sandwiches and more. The council agreed to wait to get a new building at the cemetery and work on developing the new portion with water lines and sprinkling system.
Business chamber looks ahead to Sept. lunch and learn in Green River on 19th Emery County Business Chamber September Lunch and Learn Sept. 19 at noon The September lunch and learn will be held at the John Wesley Powell Museum in Green River. Guest speaker is Mark Holyoak the Castleview Hospital Administrator. He will speak on health care in Emery County and services Castleview has to offer. Local Green River business spotlight Instigating, Enhancing and Promoting Economic Advantage in Emery County Meal catered by Ray’s Tavern Continued from PAGE 2A.
Seeley Fire. Lunch provided by the Emery Water Conservancy District. The tour will conclude by touring current infestations of yellow toadflax, tar weed, and treatment areas near Skyline Drive. Meet on Sept. 12 at 9:45 a.m. at the
Huntington City Park on Main Street in Huntington. We will leave at 10 a.m. sharp and expect to return at 3 p.m. Attendees need to provide their own transportation. RSVP to Melissa at (435) 381-2300 ext. 101 no later than Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Carbon/Emery Counties New Comers Assoc.
Mark Holyoak, a native of Cedar City, Utah has been the Chief Executive Officer at Castleview Hospital since 2011. He has been working in hospitals for the last 21 years. Many of those years as a registered nurse and nurse administrator. Mark received his undergraduate degree in biology/chemistry from Southern Utah University, then received his bachelors degree in nursing from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. He later received his MBA degree while working at the University of Utah Medical Center. As the CEO, he is able to blend his nursing/ healthcare knowledge and business knowledge, helping him to truly make the right decisions for the patient, the hospital, and the com-
munity as a whole. After spending time in Omaha, Mark and his wife, Patrice, then lived in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and most recently in Vernal. He is glad to be back in a rural community, where he feels he can really make a positive impact on healthcare services to the communities served. After living in Vernal for 10 years and with deep roots established, it was a difficult decision that Mark and his family made to move to Castle Country in 2010, but they are glad they made the right decision. Mark and his wife have five children (ages 19 to 9), and they have been here long enough to realize that the best people in Utah come from the heart of the state right here in Carbon and Emery counties.
Is now forming. If you are new to the area call 435-637-6464 (evenings and weekends).
Identity Theft Seminar
Emery County Sheriff’s Office is sponsoring a seminar on identity theft and internet safety. The Utah Attorney General’s Office will be presenting the seminar. Identity theft has been the number one consumer complaint reported to the Federal Trade Commission for the past 11 years. Not only is identity theft one of the fastest growing crimes in the country, it is also a crime that makes it difficult for victims to restore their good credit and financial health. This seminar will provide a detailed overview of identity theft, the latest internet scams, Facebook security concerns and an introduction to Utah’s solution to identity theft crimes. Attendees will also learn about a new free program that proactively protects Utah kids from identity thieves. During the past several years, many Emery County residents have been the targets or victims of identity theft or internet, phone or mail scams. No one is safe from these crimes. Emery County Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to attend this seminar to minimize their vulnerability.
YOU ONCE WORRIED ABOUT HIM EVERY SECOND.
Seminars will be held on Sept. 5 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Green River High School auditorium, 745 West Pirate Avenue, Green River, and on Sept. 6 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Emery High School auditorium, 955 North Center, Castle Dale.
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Seventh District Court Report Court report before Judge Douglas B. Thomas on Aug. 21. Michael Kelly Brown, date of birth Dec. 7, 1964, appeared in court for charges: 1. Distribute/offer/arrange distribution of controlled substance a first degree felony. 2. Distribute/offer/ arrange distribution of controlled substance a first degree felony. 3. Distribute/ offer/arrange distribution of controlled substance a first degree felony. A motion for continuance was granted. Arraignment is scheduled for Sept. 18. Natille Sorensen, date of birth May 2, 1980, appeared in court for charges: 1. Attempted falsify/forge/alter prescription of a controlled substance (amended) a class A misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/21/2012 guilty. A pre-sentence investigation is ordered. Sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 20. Jason S. Mork, date of birth Dec. 28, 1990, appeared in court for charges: 1. Knowingly produce/dispense/ manufacture controlled substance a second degree felony. 2. Purchase, transfer, possession, use of a firearm by restricted person a third degree felony. 3. Use or possession of drug paraphernalia a class A misdemeanor. Initial appearance: a copy of the information is given to the defendant. The information is read. Advised of charges and penalties. The defendant requests a pre-
liminary hearing. Preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 16. Gordon Franklin Poss, date of birth May 18, 1988, appeared in court for charges: 1. Distribute/offer/arrange distribution of controlled substance (amended) a second degree felony. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/21/2012 guilty. 2. Distribute/offer/ arrange distribution of controlled substance (amended) a second degree felony. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/21/2012 guilty. Defendant waives time for sentence. Sentence prison: based on the defendant’s conviction of these charges, the defendant is sentenced to an indeterminate term of not less than one year nor more than 15 years in the Utah State Prison for each charge. The prison terms are suspended. The defendant is placed on 36 months of supervised probation. The defendant is to serve 120 days in the Emery County Jail. Commitment is to begin immediately. The defendant is to pay a fine of $2,250. Interest may increase the final amount due. Marcy W. Curtis, date of birth Dec. 8, 1981, did not appear in court for charges: 1. Issuing a bad check less than $300 a class A misdemeanor. Deputy Attorney Langston addressed the court and asked that a new warrant be issued. The court authorizes the warrant to be re-issued in the amount of $2,500. Courtnie Marie Ford, date
of birth June 18, 1981, did not appear in court for charges: 1. Possession or use of a controlled substance a class A misdemeanor. 2. Use or possession of drug paraphernalia a class B misdemeanor. Deputy Attorney Langston addressed the court and asked that a new warrant be issued. The court authorizes the warrant to be re-issued in the amount of $2,500. Eric Benjamin Robinson, date of birth Jan. 26, 1978, appeared in court for charges: 1. Possession or use of a controlled substance (amended) a class B misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 10/4/2011 guilty. Review hearing is scheduled for Sept. 18. Abel MacClesh Martinez, date of birth Nov. 28, 1986, did not appear in court for charges: 1. Possession with intent to distribute controlled substance a second degree felony. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/16/2011 plea in abeyance. 2. Speeding a class C misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/16/2011 plea in abeyance. The court has previously authorized a warrant. The court confirms the warrant and leaves the warrant outstanding. Natille Sorensen, date of birth May 2, 1980, appeared in court for charges: 2. Attempted forgery (amended)
Ask the Vet
Should My Cat be groomed?
Jessie Wells, Veterinary Technician, Carbon & Emery Animal Health I’m sure that everyone knows how much cats hate water. If you have ever tried to bathe a cat, you probably almost lost an eye, limb and pounds of skin in the process. Sticking an unsuspecting cat under a faucet of water will undoubtedly end up with at least a huge mess if it is not done correctly. So you ask, why would I even try to bathe a cat? They spend half the day licking themselves anyway! Well here is why. While it is true that cats are meticulous groomers and have their totally awesome tongue, they do not and cannot get everything. The process of a cat grooming obviously takes hours and most of the time leaves you with a sticky wet cat who coughs up his hairballs all over your carpet and in your bed. Um, gross, right? So save yourself the chance of a life threatening hairball blockage and groom your kitty. Here is how to do it. So you end up with this adorable fluffy kitty, planned or not, and it stinks. You throw it in the tub, using any shampoo you find handy. Kitty is upset but you dry him off and he loves you again 10 minutes later. That was easy right? Next time you bathe Kitty he is 3 years old and he loves you again 6 months later, just about the time you’re eye socket is done healing. Save yourself the trouble and continue to bathe your cat regularly, even blow drying them afterwards and brushing them thoroughly after the drying. I bathe my cat every 3-4 weeks, she is 11 months old and she still screams bloody murder but she just sits there. Now you ask, what do I use to bathe my kitty? Well you can go to any store and find a million different pet shampoos. We suggest that you do not use those. Most of them are just people shampoo with dogs & cats on them. So visit your local groomer or vets office and find out which that they carry is best for your cat and/or dog. Purchase a good grooming brush from them as well. Every couple of weeks you should bathe, dry and brush your cat. Trimming their nails is just as important, if you keep their nails trimmed then you don’t have to declaw them. Now there are many of you out there that have an older cat that has never had a bath in his or her lifetime. How are you going to manage this? Well if you try to bathe him and it doesn’t go well, we suggest taking your pet to the groomer or vets office. Cats can be tricky when they are really stressed out and it can be harmful to them. Sometimes sedation at the vet’s office is the best thing for them. What if you have a long haired, overweight or just lazy cat that doesn’t get the matts out? Well shaving is the best option for them. It is not bad to shave a cat as long as it is done right. Don’t pull out your clippers and start butchering them! There are special clippers and blade sizes to leave some fur on your kitty. Long haired cats can be shaved regularly to prevent life threatening issues. If you have a kitty that needs to be groomed and you are unsure how to go about it, visit your local groomer or veterinarian to find out how and when to go about it. Don’t leave Kitty stinky, matted and miserable!
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a class A misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 8/21/2012 guilty. A pre-sentence investigation is ordered. Sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 20. Nicole Sandra Stilson, date of birth Aug. 7, 1987, appeared in court for charges: 1. Violation of stalking injunction a class A misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 6/19/2012 guilty. Sentence jail: based on the defendant’s conviction of this charge, the defendant is sentenced to a term of one year in the Emery County Jail. The total time suspended for this charge is one year. The defendant is placed on supervised probation for 12 months. The defendant is to serve seven days in jail. Credit is granted for the seven days previously served. The defendant is to pay a fine of $500. Interest may increase the final amount due. Joseph Aaron Stream, date of birth March 22, 1992, appeared in court for a probation review for charges: 1. Unlawful possession or consumption of alcohol by minor a class B misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 9/20/11 guilty. 2. Obstructing justice a class A misdemeanor. Plea: no contest. Disposition: 9/20/2011 no contest. Defen-
dant was ordered to take a UA . The defendant failed the UA and was ordered taken into custody. Heather Joy Turner, date of birth Sept. 20, 1961, did not appear in court for charges: 1. Issuing a bad check less than $300 a class A misdemeanor. A motion to dismiss has been filed in this case. The court orders this case dismissed. Nicholas Roy Oviatt, date of birth May 11, 1990, appeared in court for charges: 1. Obstructing justice a third degree felony. Initial appearance: a copy of the information is given to the defendant. Defendant waives reading of information. The defendant requests a preliminary hearing. Preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 5. Shane Basso, date of birth Aug. 18, 1960, appeared in court for charges: 1. Possession or use of a controlled substance a third degree felony. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 1/19/11 guilty. 2. Attempted obstructing justice a class A misdemeanor. Plea: guilty. Disposition: 1/19/11 guilty. The defendant admits to all of the allegations as stated in the affidavit and order to show cause. Sentencing on order to show cause is scheduled for Sept. 5. Terrie Lyn Thompson, date of birth Oct. 2, 1965, appeared in court for charges: 1. Forgery a third degree felony. A motion for continu-
ance was granted. Preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 2. Jodi Alonso, date of birth Aug. 11, 1988, appeared in court for charges: 1. Attempted retaliation against a witness, victim, or informant a class A misdemeanor. Plea: no contest. Disposition: 4/21/09 no contest. The defendant admits to allegation one and five as stated in the affidavit and order to show cause. Allegation 2-4 are dismissed. The defendant’s probation is to continue. The defendant is to serve 60 days in the Emery County Jail. Commitment is to begin immediately. Credit is granted for time served. Geraldo Freeman Stocks, date of birth April 21, 1991, appeared in court for charges: 1. Tampering with a witness a third degree felony. 2. Sell, offer, furnish alcoholic product to a minor, knowingly, a class A misdemeanor. Defendant waives preliminary hearing. Arraignment is scheduled for Sept. 18. Manuel Andres Samudio, date of birth May 25, 1976, appeared in court for charges: 1. Distribute/offer/ arrange distribution of controlled substance a second degree felony. 2. Distribute/ offer/arrange distribution of controlled substance a second degree felony. Defendant waives preliminary hearing. Arraignment is scheduled for Sept. 18.
Letter to the Editor An Abundant or a Tin Cup America Editor, Do you remember the pictures of the old organ grinder with his cute little monkey in the red vest, red hat and the tin cup? The organ grinder would turn the handle of the organ and crank out some music while the monkey would pass the tin cup collecting donations from passersby. Though the pair were beggars, they gave something to those passing by. Today we have a different kind of beggar. They stand at the corner with a cardboard sign begging for a handout or go to the local government handout office without giving anything back. Sure, they are on hard times, but the attitude is different. The organ grinder at least worked to entertain his donors, to sing for his supper so to speak. This president has borrowed, spent and wasted $5 trillion, in just three years, of American taxpayers assets. It is like going to a high class electronics store, buying the biggest, baddest large screen TV made, putting the $8,000
price on your credit card, then on the way home, driving it and your brand new pickup truck off a cliff. That is the economic style of the liberals in Washington D.C. What we have to show for our huge $16 trillion debt? What do you have to show for the money they squandered? Nothing but more welfare dads. I think the arrogant, liberal, central planners in Washington D.C. really think they are smarter than anyone else. I will give them the benefit of the doubt and say they really believe they are that smart. (By the way, intelligence is what God gave us. Smart and stupid is what we do with it.) Bear in mind that they want to take the wealth from those that created it (the givers) and redistribute it to those who would gladly give up freedom for the free stuff (the takers). I think the arrogant elitists in our government and colleges believe that by redistributing the wealth of the able, everyone will have enough. But they fail to realize two things. First, the American system has creat-
ed more abundance for more people than any other nation in history. No nation has ever provided the wealth for its people as has the American free enterprise system (Free Enterprise, Free to enter the business for the promise of the Prize.) Second, every nation that has gone down that road has always given its people poverty, misery and death and ended in destruction, but the elite lived well for a time. Though they want the people to come begging to Washington for hand outs, but in a practical sense, they want the power to manipulate the people through hunger and deprivation while telling them all the while that Big Brother is watching out for them. They would have America become a tin cup society, begging for handouts from them. Another four years of Obama and his cronies will make us a Tin Cup America. This election will decide between an abundant America and a Tin Cup America. You choose. Jerry Stotler Ferron
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Riding club learns horsemanship skills
Chase Huggard, Bailey Huggard, Kinnlee Jensen and Jessica Fox.
Kinlee Jensen, Jessica Fox, Bret Olsen, and Allison Pedersen at riding club. Riding Club is held during the summer at the Castle Dale Rodeo Arena. The club teaches the student riders proper horse care and riding skills.
Photos by Patsy Stoddard
Nate Larsen works with his horse.
Chase Huggard, Bailey Huggard, Adri Childs, and Cade Larsen.
KC Kofford, Jed Kofford, and Graycee Mills in the arena.
Chase Huggard, Maddy Childs, Hannah Morris, Nate Gilbert, Jed Kofford, and Graycee Mills.
Ethan Gilbert, KC Kofford, Bret Olsen, and Allison Pedersen.
Eli Morris and Ky Jensen learn horsemanship during riding club.
Hannah Morris and Jalynn Fox ride around the arena.
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Ferron Peach Days grand marshal and honored citizen JoAnn Behling
JoAnn Behling was born in Utah July 24,1934 to her parents Varian and Erma Box. She was a Pioneer day baby. This makes her birthday’s seem very special to her as she always gets to celebrate it with the Utah Pioneer day activities and good friends. She has lived most of her life in Ferron, but was born in Salt Lake City and spent some of her younger years growing up there. She moved to Ferron, with her family as a young woman and soon met many of the kids in town, several that have become life long friends. In Ferron, she met Dean Behling and was soon married. They traveled and lived in Colorado Springs for a
short time while Dean was in the service and then back to Ferron while Dean was overseas in Korea during the war. When Dean returned home from Korea, Ferron was home and they never left. They have three children, Cynthia (Craig) Nielsen, Kern (Conna) Behling, Blake
(Ann) Behling, 11 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren. Ferron has been and will always be a special place for JoAnn, she has served in many capacities as Ferron City Clerk, Emery County Treasurer, owner and operator of the Ferron Mercantile store, and many church callings. She is presently serving as Ferron City’s Mayor. JoAnn has helped in many ways to shape and guide Ferron City and helped make it a great place to live, love, prosper, and raise a family. She loves this little town we call home. We give honor to this year’s Ferron City Peach Days Grand Marshal JoAnn Behling and a very warm and kind heart felt thank you.
Items for Society are due Thursday at 5 p.m.
Melissa Anderson has been chosen as the honored citizen of Ferron for the 2012 Peach Days Celebration. Melissa was born Jan. 13, 1966 to Maurice and Sweetie Anderson in Moab. Shortly after birth, her wonderful loving parents were informed that she had a birth defect called Arthrogryposis Multiplex Cogenita. A defect that occurs when the muscles of the baby do not fully develop while still inside the womb. Because of the extent of her birth defect, the doctors told her parents that she would never be able to walk. They forgot to tell Melissa. With determination, perseverance, multiple corrective surgeries, a touch of the Anderson stubbornness, and the aid of long-leg braces, she proved them wrong. Melissa keeps herself active with community involvement and numerous hobbies. For many years, she has been helping out in Vicki Nielsen’s fifth grade class at Ferron Elementary School. She helps with reading skills and anything else Nielsen needs done. She always looks forward to the end of the year field trip where she
has fun helping look after the students, and they, in turn, have fun helping her get around. She truly loves every student, and they love her. She loves listening to all kinds of music, working on her computer, playing various games on her phone, and visiting with others. Some of her other hobbies include ceramics, calligraphy, scrapbooking, rubberstamping and embossing to make beautiful and unique greeting cards, and award winning cross stitching. She also keeps busy with her church activities such as going to the temple, visiting teaching, and doing family search indexing. Melissa enjoys helping other people and has been known to do this on the spur of the moment,
like the time she helped with making wedding invitations for a friend that needed to be mailed the same day. Over the years, her enthusiasm for life has developed friendships that will last forever. She enjoys going to visit her “adopted” family in Rock Springs, Wyo. No one is sure of who adopted whom, but she sure is glad she has this extended family and loves them very much. She especially loves spending time with her Rock Springs nieces and nephews; Ter Ter, J.J., Ryker, Hunter, Kalan, Shaddix, Braquel, Lil’ Shaun, Micah, Libby, Lexy, Gatlan, and their parents; Chris and Dawn Maria, Jon and Tiff, Paul and Sher, Shaun and Paola and Preston, and always makes a point to take them something fun. Melissa wants to express her appreciation to all of her many friends and family who have helped her throughout the years. She says “I couldn’t do it without their support and help, they are all awesome.” When you see Melissa out cruising around in her chair or on her daily 1 1/2 mile walk, give her a wave. You will always get a wave and a smile in return.
Golf tournament to benefit the Little People
Sara Jane Shupe Jake R. Fausett
Jake Fausett, son of Ron and Sherie Fausett and Sara Shupe, daughter of Paul and Janie Shupe, are pleased to announce their marriage. They will be wed on Sept. 7 in the Salt Lake Temple. A reception will be held at the Gathering Place at 6 p.m. that evening. A garden reception will also be held on Sept. 8 from 7-9 p.m. at the Fausett residence. The couple will make their first home in Salt Lake while continuing their educations. If you didn’t receive your invitation please feel free to come to either reception.
Visitors from Salt Lake came to Millsite state park and stayed the weekend. They hosted a golf tournament at Millsite Golf Course. There were a number of fundraising activities as they played golf and had rafÀes and other events. Money raised was to bene¿t the Little People and to help fund summer camps. Gillys barbequed hamburgers for the golfers. One golfer said Emery County was an awesome place and he was surprised more people didn’t come down here to take advantage of the many opportunities for recreation in the area. This group comes down every year to Millsite.
Happenings Richard Simmons Fundraiser
There will be a craft fair fund raiser for Richard Simmons kidney transplant on Oct. 13 at the Cleveland Elementary/Old City Hall from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. It will be an
event filled day full of fun and activities for the whole family. Activities include: Zumba, 5K walk/run, bingo, soup/chili bar, live entertainment, bake sale, huge indoor yard sale, silent auction, raffle, concessions, crafts and vendors, plus a kids
September 28 & 29 SAVE THE DATE and plan to attend Fun For All
Notre Dame Hope Community Center 200 North & Carbon Ave.
Silent Auction - Baked Goods - Religious Goods - Craft Booths - Kids Activities - Raffle Prize Drawing
carnival that will run from 3-7 p.m. If you have items you would like to donate for the raffle, auction, yard sale, or bake sale contact Roxanne: 749-9227. If you would like to be a vendor please contact Carolyn: 749-0232
Southeastern Utah OHV Club Poker Ride
A benefit poker ride will be held on Sept. 15 with all proceeds to be used to improve facilities at Millsite State Park. Register at Millsite State Park
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in Ferron Canyon from 9 a.m. to noon. First card $10, extra cards $5. Parking fee $5 in the park. Receive an extra poker card free with proof of park fees paid. 40+ mile ride up Ferron Canyon. Overnight camping may be available. For reservations call 801-322-3370 or 800 322-3770. Sponsored by Emery County Travel Council and the Southeastern Utah OHV Club.
Gallery East Student Art Exhibition
Featuring student work from Brigham City, USU Eastern - Price Campus and USU Eastern San Juan Campus. Sept. 4 -Oct. 4 Gallery East 451 East 400 North Price. Gallery hours Mon. - Thurs. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Drug Problem? We can help. We’re Narcotics Anonymous.
Attention Emery County Residents! FREE ADULT CLASS in your area! Do you or someone you love live with
Depression? Anxiety? PTSD? Bipolar Disorder? FAMILY-TO-FAMILY (held in Emery County)
A course taught by trained family members that provides education and support for those who have a loved one with mental illness. Classes start September 6th Call Mary @ 1-877-230-6264 toll-free to register or with any questions. Class size is limited. Registration is required.
HELP HOPE HEALING
Wednesday evenings 7 p.m. 765 Valley View Drive Castle Dale.
An AA meeting will be held every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in Ferron at the Senior Center, 190 N. 300 W. For information call Paul -749-9697 or Jan 384-2773.
Sept. 14: 3 Man Golf Scramble 9 a.m. at the golf course. Vendors in the park 12 Noon to dark at the city park. Queen Pageant 7 p.m. at the high school. Square Dancing 7:30 p.m. at the city park, Softball Games all evening at the city ball fields. Sept. 15: 5K Melon Walk/Run 7 a.m. starting at the high school. Breakfast in the park 7-9 a.m. at the city park (sponsored by the scouts), 4 on 4 Volleyball 7:30 a.m. register at the high school field - playing starts at 9 a.m. Vendors in the park all day at the city park. Parade 10 a.m. on Main Street. Duck Races in the River 3 p.m., Softball Games all day and evening at city ball fields. Square Dancing 8 p.m. or after the concert at the city park. Free concert in the park featuring Charley Jenkins 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.All the ‘free’ watermelon you can eat Saturday at the city park (sponsored by the local melon growers).
2012 Food Handlers Schedule of Classes
Castle Dale: Sept. 27, Oct. 25, Nov. 29, and Dec. 20. All classes will begin at 4 p.m.
Emery County Recreation Of¿ce Hours
The Emery County Recreation Special Service District board members have changed the time the Recreation office is open. The office will be open to the public from 12-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 381-2108.
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Emery volleyball takes match against north Sevier By GARY ARRINGTON, Sports Writer
The Emery High Lady Spartans played well and looked good in securing two preseason matches last week. On Tuesday, Emery defeated North Sevier 3-1 in Castle Dale and then on Thursday, Emery traveled to Price and defeated the Lady Dinos 3-2. After watching the Lady Spartans they usually start slow and they usually finish fast and hard. Last week was no different. Against North Sevier, Emery won the first game 25-23. Emery was down 13-9 and took their first lead at 19-18. Emery lost game two 25-20 after falling behind 10-3. In games three and four, it was a whole different Emery. The Spartans won game three 25-15 and game four 25-12. At Carbon, Emery lost game one 25-23 and then the Spartans lost game two 29-27. Emery then won the next three games to win the match. The scores were 25-
22, 25-18 and 15-10. After losing a couple of games that were battles to the very end, the Spartans appeared to stun Carbon in dominating the final three games. Seniors Hailee Rogers, Jessica Guymon, Shelby Allred and Jentrie Allred have blended together to help mold a team that appears to have the discipline and determination to win. Each will have their moment in a match where they will do something special to help their team secure the win. Against North Sevier for example, Emery's final point in game one came off a crosscourt bump by Shelby while in game three, Jessica scored the final point off a kill shot. In game four, Rogers had a kill shot for point 24 followed by another Guymon kill shot. Also playing for Emery are juniors Sidnee Conder and Hannah Dyer along with sophomores Bailey Rasmussen, Cassidy Labrum and Ashlynn Allred. Each of these players brings their own special talents to the
team and help make it better and fun to watch. Emery hosts Gunnison on Tuesday night and Payson on Thursday night in games this week. Varsity is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. but the actual game time will depend on the length of the two earlier games.
Ashlynn Allred, Shelby Allred, and Jessica Guyman ready for the serve receive at Emeryâ€™s home opener against the North Sevier Wolves.
Jessica Guymon up for a kill.
Emery setter Sidnee Conder back-sets to Jentrie Allred .
Lexie Huntington gets a kill for the Lady Spartans.
Jessica Guymon passes the ball.
Jessica Guymon and Bailey Rasmussen up for the block.
Hailee Rogers serves for Emery.
Jessica Guymon helps Emery with the win.
Hannah Dyer sets for Emery.
Shelby Allred with the back row kill.
Photos by Tina Oliver
Emery Tennis overpowers Millard in Castle Dale Emery players Cassidy Labrum, Shelby Allred and Hailee Rogers play with determination for a win over Carbon.
Green River Baseball comes out strong in region By GARY ARRINGTON, Sports Writer
After a so-so preseason for the Green River Pirate baseball team, the Pirates came out strong in taking their first four region ball games. Green River traveled to Manila and defeated the host team 19-3 and 19-7 on Aug. 22 and then the Pirates hosted Dugway on Aug. 25 and defeated the visiting team 15-5 and 15-2. In the opening game at Manila, Spencer Marshall took the win on the mound and led the team with a double and a homerun with his bat.
Chance Pfander also had a double in the game. Green River scored nine runs in the top of the sixth inning to break open a close game up to that point. In the second game at Manila, Nickolas Shaffer won the victory on the mound. Marshall continued his hot hitting as he had three doubles in the game. Spencer also scored three runs, had three RBIs and stole two bases. In the first game against Dugway, TJ Hughes was the winner on the mound. Marshall had two doubles in the game and Nathan Cox added
another double. Green River scored seven runs in their final at bat to secure a big win. In the second game, Chance Pfander pitched a one-hitter as the Pirates again won easily. Dugway only scored in their final at bat while the Pirates scored in four of the five innings played. Pfander had a double in the game and Marshall had a triple. Green River played a double header at Tabiona last Friday but the games came after the paper's deadline due to the holiday. Green River will host Tintic this Friday in a double header.
Lauren Clarke is part of the number one singles team. Photos by Tina Oliver
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Homecoming week 2012
“We are the Stars” Tuesday Sept. 4 - Homecoming Assembly, Volleyball Game 6 p.m., Beefcake
Volleyball after the High School volleyball game. Home Tennis Match -rootbeer floats Wednesday Sept. 5 - Hat Day, Pool Party 8 p.m., Emery Golf Tournament at Millsite Golf Course Thursday Sept. 6 - Morning Hair Day, Pancake Night at the Volleyball Game 6 p.m. Tennis Match - Green Slushies Friday Sept. 7 - Black and Gold Day, MESS Night at Ballgame, Football North Sevier at Emery at 7 p.m. Homecoming Dance 9:30 p.m. Oasis Reception Center.
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Obituaries Pete Via
HELPER- Pete Via, passed away Aug. 29, 2012 at his home while surrounded by his loving family. He was born March 22, 1939 in Spring Glen, Utah to Joe and Mary Prazza Via. Married Mary Alexander July 31, 1965 in Grand Junction, Colo. Funeral Mass was held Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, 10 a.m., St. Anthony Catholic Church, Helper. Vigil service was Friday evening 7 p.m. at the church in Helper. The family was at the church Friday and Saturday one hour prior to services. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home where friends may share memories of Pete at www.mitchellfuneralhome.net.
Shirley C. King
PRICE-Shirley Cook King, age 84, passed away Aug. 29, 2012 at Castleview Hospital in Price. She was born Sept. 25, 1927 in Wellington, Utah to William and Myrtle Tidwell Cook. Married her sweetheart Donald V. King June 19, 1947 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, 1 p.m., Price Seventh LDS Ward (995 East 700 North Price). Interment, Wellington City Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home of Price where friends are welcome daily and may share memories of Shirley at www.mitchellfuneralhome.net.
MONTROSE/PRICE-Milford Harold Owen, age 87, passed away Aug. 29, 2012 in Price, Utah. He was born July 11, 1925 to Percy and Violet Williams Owen in Montrose, Colo. A celebration of Halâ€™s life will be Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, 10 a.m., at Mitchell Funeral Home (233 East Main Street-Price). Friends are welcome at Mitchell Funeral Home Tuesday one hour prior to services. Burial will follow in the Orchard Mesa Cemetery in Grand Junction, Colo. on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home of Price, Utah where friends are welcome to share memories of Hal at www.mitchellfuneralhome.net.
Broncs and Bulls event in Huntington on Sept. 22 By PATSY STODDARD, Editor
The last rodeo event of the summer will take place on Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Rodeo arena. Photo by Patsy Stoddard
Before summer is totally gone, thereâ€™s time for one more rodeo. A rough stock rodeo event will be held in the Huntington rodeo arena on Sept. 22. The kids rodeo action begins at 4-6 p.m. with a stick horse barrel race that is open to all children who would like to participate. Mutton bustin, junior barrels, calf riding, chicken chase, cash calf, and mini bull riding will take place. Call if you want to enter the mini-bulls. The main event begins at 7 p.m. It might be chilly so bring a jacket and come catch the fun of the rough
stock events. There will be bareback riding, bull riding and saddle bronc riding. A hide race will also be thrown in for fun, too. If youâ€™d like to try the hide race or the other events you can call Tammy at 749-1471 to register. Other events include donkey roping and wild cow milking. Rocking B Rodeos will provide the stock and Rockin N Bucking Bulls will provide the bulls for the event. If you are 5 years of age and younger you can get into the event free of charge. Youngsters from 6-12 will be $4 and adults are $6. A family pass is $15.
Will and Tammy Payne and the Rocking B Rodeos wanted to sponsor a family friendly event that brings everyone out for a good time. The county is always in need of new events and things for families to do, so they want to encourage everyone to come out and enjoy this exciting event in its third year at the Huntington arena on Sept. 22. It might be your last chance to get out and enjoy the fall weather before winter sets in. The Broncs and Bulls all rough stock rodeo will be Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. Mark your calendars for some good times at the rodeo.
Plan ahead for Meet the Candidate Night Notice to citizens and all candidates As a public service for the residents of Emery County, the Emery County Progress newspaper and the Emery County Economic Development Council will host a Meet the Candidate night. This presentation will be held Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. in the
Emery High School Little Theater. That address is 955 North Center Street, Castle Dale. At this presentation, each candidate will be asked to give a brief introduction of him or herself. A moderator will ask questions which
have been submitted by the residents in attendance for the candidates to answer. Following the question and answer time, each candidate will give a brief wrap-up. Along with the Meet the Candidate night, the Emery County Progress will pub-
lish a candidate page in their Oct. 23 edition introducing all the candidates on the ballot. If you would like to participate in this publication, please send a brief bio (200 words) and photo to the newspaper office no later
commission meeting in Green River Continued from PAGE 1A.
commissioners are wondering if this amount should be raised. Those on the committee are: Brenda Tuttle, Sheriff Greg Funk, Commissioner Pitchforth, County Attorney Blackwell and Wayde Nielson, road department. The commission approved the updating of the Emery County jails policies and procedures to coincide with standards for Utah jail policy. The commission approved a letter of support for the Southeastern Utah Association of Governments Rural Development self-help program. This program helps people get into homes, either new construction or remodeled homes. The applicant will help with the construc-
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Can you hear the class bells ringing? With the first day of school behind them, students need some special help from home. Here are 10 helpful tips to get them ready for the new school year: 1. They need sleep: Students need at least nine hours of sleep to be healthy. Reestablish the bedtime and mealtime routine at least one week before school starts. Stagger bedtimes for kids of different ages. 2. Eating a healthy breakfast: When your kids eat breakfast, they will do better in school, be more active and eat fewer calories throughout the day. Try to have healthy breakfast food in the house, such as fruits, eggs and yo-
tion or repair of the home. Several applicants can work together to construct homes and they canâ€™t move into the completed homes until all of them are finished. They work with licensed contractors to get the work done, the applicants can help with everything except the plumbing, electrical and cement work. Commissioner Jeff Horrocks said the program helps those who are unable to afford a home in traditional ways. Anyone interested in this program can apply with the Southeastern Utah Association of Governments if the program is funded. Chad Booth with the County Seat television program spoke to the commissioners about their program. He thanked the commission for their monetary support of
their program in the past. He said KOAL radio rebroadcasts their programs. Some of the topics the program has covered include public lands issues, sage grouse, HB 148, taxes, water, economic development, interviews with the Washington delegation, Emery County public land use bill, indigent defense, RS-2477, invasive species and wildfire among others. The program reaches 34,000 homes each week. Booth said one suggestion they have had is to film school children reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to begin the show. They would travel to different schools to film and then the children could watch the show each week to see if they are on the program. The commissioners liked the idea.
Booth said they are always on the lookout for new topics of interest for the show. One topic Ray Petersen suggested was land exchanges. The commissioners said they would prepare a list of topics and get those to Booth for consideration. The show airs on Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. on ABC 4. They are looking at options for the time spot. The website where the shows can also be viewed is thecountyseat.tv Under citizen comments the Green River ambulance was discussed. Gary Riches said those people who run on the ambulance devote their lives to it and Green River is just out there on their own on their calls and they cover a lot of miles. Commissioner Horrocks said they should
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take any problems they have to Lt. Gayle Jensen and to Jim Gordon the ambulance director. He said he is always available to talk to also. One resident stressed the need for a city supervisor for the ambulance department. One Green River resident said in the 15 years heâ€™s been in Green River his taxes have nearly doubled on his primary residence. He is concerned that services seem to always go to the western side of the county and Green River is ignored. Commissioner Horrocks said there are several Green River people that sit on county boards and they know where the money goes. Commissioner Horrocks suggested that the travel bureau go to the Green River City Council meeting and give a rundown of where the transient room taxes go.
Commissioner Horrocks said most of the county meetings are covered in the Emery County Progress and he encouraged them to pick-up a copy to see whatâ€™s going on in the county. The Emery County Business chamber will hold their September Lunch and Learn at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River at noon on Sept. 19. Mark Holyoak from Castleview Hospital will be the guest speaker. Commissioner Nelson said he attends many meetings in Green River and they will work harder to keep the Green River residents informed. The commission approved the promotion of Jonathon Minchey to patrol deputy I after his successful completion of POST. Blaine Allen was hired as a 90 day temporary for the road department.
Back to school tips for children gurt, but any breakfast is better than no breakfast at all. To give their brains the kick start they need, make sure that whatever they eat in the morning has protein and fiber. 3. Encourage involvement: Whether your child is a star football player or a chess superstar, encourage him or her to get involved in school. Extracurricular activities usually have a grade point average minimum and promote studying. a. Forty-six percent of uninvolved students failed one or more classes, while only 23 percent of involved students failed a class, according to an Idaho study. 4. Pack a lunch: Your childâ€™s cafeteria lunch food
may seem like the easiest way for him or her to have lunch, but itâ€™s not the healthiest. Instead, encourage your son or daughter to make his or her own lunch the night before. Buy healthy and delicious sandwich ingredients â€“ stay away from processed foods â€“ and help him or her create an ideal lunch. 5. Help them plan ahead: When everything is planned the night before, your children will be less stressed in the morning (and wonâ€™t fall asleep worrying). Donâ€™t wait to the last minute to prepare for school. Before the school year starts, have your child go through his or her room to see which school supplies he or she has and which ones he or she needs. And the same
goes for school clothes. a. Americans spent an average of $7.2 billion in family clothing stores in August 2009, according to the U.S. Census. Clean out closets and dressers to find those forgotten clothes that still fit. 6. Schedule doctor visits: Your son or daughter may not be sick during the summer, but itâ€™s the best time to get preventative checkups. Take a day off of work and schedule dental and physical appointments. One summer checkup could keep your children healthy and stop them from missing school. 7. Watch for mental health issues: Look for changes in your childâ€™s behavior, especially if he or she is a teenager. Watch for eating
disorders or depression and talk to your child if you notice something unusual or different. 8. Turn off the TV: During the final weeks of summer, encourage your child to play quiet games, do puzzles, use flash cards or read instead of watching television. These quiet activities will help ease him or her into the school routine. 9. Get your children immunized: Vaccines and immunizations are required for most public schools, but
call your childâ€™s school to learn about any new vaccine requirements. And if youâ€™re unsure if your child has been vaccinated, check with your familyâ€™s pediatrician to make sure your child is up-to-date. 10. Be enthusiastic: Many kids are nervous about going back to school, so be enthusiastic about your kidsâ€™ return. Talk to your kids about the upcoming school year and once the year starts, listen to them as they talk about their day. Be supportive and encouraging.
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that Huntington City will need to appoint a registered voter of the municipality to fill the position of council member which will be vacated as of September 30, 2012. The appointment will be until December 2013 following the next municipal election. This vacancy will be filled during the council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. at Huntington City Hall, 20 South Main, Huntington, Utah.
Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of the Ferron Canyon Road Bridge Reconstruction Project, 2012 will be received by Emery County Special Service District #1 at the office of The Engineer, Johansen & Tuttle Engineering until 9:00 a.m. , September 10, 20 12 , and then opened and publicly read aloud. A bid bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid, made payable to the Owner, shall accompany the Bid. Major Items of work include: HMA Installation of Contech Structure Untreated Base Course Structural Concrete
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Prospective bidders may assemble at the office of Johansen & Tuttle Engineering August 30, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., for the group showing. Attendance at the prospective pre-site-show meeting and site-show is mandatory and a prerequisite to submitting a bid for the project. Bidding Contractors, or a duly authorized representative, must arrive at the Project Engineer’s office for the said meeting and site-showing, at Johansen & Tuttle Engineering, 90 South 100 East, Castle Dale, UT 84513. Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the office of the Engineer: Johansen & Tuttle Engineering, Inc. located at 90 South 100 East, Castle Dale, Utah 84513, and obtained upon a non-refundable payment of $50.00 for each set. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any formality or technicality in any bid in the interest of the District. Date: August 17, 2012 Kent Petersen Board Chairman-ECSSD#1 Published in the Emery County Progress August 21, 28 and September 4, 2012.
NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE MANTI-LASAL NATIONAL FOREST The Skyline Salvage Sale is located within T. 19 S., R.4 E., Sections 15, 16, 20, 21, 28, 29 and T. 20 S., R. 4 E., Sections 4, 5, 8, and 9. The Forest Service will receive sealed bids in public at Sanpete Ranger District Office, 540 N Main Street, Ephraim, Utah at 10:00 AM local time on 09/20/2012 for an estimated volume of 2367 CCF of DES sawtimber marked or otherwise designated for cutting. In addition, there is within the sale area an unestimated volume of Dead and other (unit 9,10) sawtimber that the bidder may agree to remove at a fixed rate. The Forest Service reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Interested parties may obtain a prospectus from the office listed below. A prospectus, bid form, and complete information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and submission of bids is available to the public from the Sanpete Ranger District Office, 540 N Main Street, Ephraim, Utah. The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Published in the Emery County Progress September 4, 2012.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Emery Town will hold a Public Hearing at 6:00p.m. on Wednesday September 12,2012 at the Emery Town Community Center located at 76 North 100 West, Emery, UT 84522 PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA • Ordinance-Invasion of Privacy • Approval & Adoption of General Plan • Ordinance-Historic Preservation Grant Published in the Emery County Progress September 4, 2012.
MEETING NOTICE The Manti-La Sal National Forest Resource Advisory Committee will meet at 9 a.m., Sept. 13, 2012 at the Utah Division of Natural Resources Building at 319 North Carbonville Road, Price, Utah. The purpose of the meeting is to consider grant requests for Secure Rural Schools funding. This is an open meeting. Persons who wish to bring related matters to the attention of the Committee may file written statements with the Committee staff before or after the meeting. Public input sessions will be provided and individuals who made written requests by September 12, 2012 will have the opportunity to address the Committee at those sessions. Published in the Emery County Progress September 4, 2012.
Anyone interested in applying for the position of council member must complete a Declaration of Candidacy form and have it into City Hall during regular business hours on or before September 14, 2012. The person appointed to fill the position must be a U.S. citizen at time of filing, registered voter of the municipality and be a resident of the municipality for a period of 365 consecutive days. Posted this 22 day of August, 2012 CERTIFICATE OF POSTING I, the undersigned duly acting and appointed Recorder of Huntington City, hereby certify that the foregoing notice was posted in three public place on August 22, 2012 and provided to the Emery County Progress for publication in the August 28 and September 4, 2012 editions.
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ELDEN STEPHENS HUNTINGTON CITY RECORDER Published in the Emery County Progress August 28 and September 4, 2012.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Castle Dale City will hold a public hearing on September 13, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Castle Dale City Hall located at 65 East 100 North, Castle Dale, Utah. The purpose of this hearing will be to discuss and take a final vote to approve the filing of an eminent domain action to acquire property on Main Street in Castle Dale for the construction of a new City Hall. This property is located between approximately 50 East Main to and including approximately 70 East Main. All interested individuals are urged to be in attendance. Mayor Neal L. Peacock Published in the Emery County Progress August 28 and September 4, 2012.
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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held for the 2012/2013 Budget for the City of Green River for the purpose of increasing or decreasing budget amounts at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at Green River City Hall, 460 East Main Street, Green River, Utah. Published in the Emery County Progress September 4, 2012.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Huntington City is accepting proposals from a General Contractor for the removal of debris and noxious growth from the Huntington Creek. This project is located within Huntington City, in Huntington, Utah. A bid bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the proposed amount will be required. This bond will be made payable to Huntington City Building Authority and shall accompany the proposal.
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Interested parties can contact Huntington City (435-687-2436) during regular business hours with project questions. A mandatory walk through will be held on September 14, 2012, meeting at Huntington City Hall at 11:00 a.m. Huntington City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals or to waive any formality or technicality in any proposal in the interest of the city. Project proposal packages will be available at the Huntington City Hall office during regular business hours beginning Wednesday September 5, 2012. Address: 20 South Main Street P.O. Box 126 Huntington City, Utah 84528 Interested parties shall deliver a sealed bid proposal no later than Friday September 21, 2012, before 12:00 Noon, to Huntington City Hall. Opening of the sealed bids will be at 4:00 pm on Friday September 21, 2012. Huntington City will award the project no later than Wednesday April 26, 2012. Published in the Emery County Progress September 4 and 11, 2012.
PUBLIC NOTICE HORSE FOUND: Sorrel mare with dark tail found south of Elmo 9 months ago. For more information call Lt. Gayle Jensen of the Emery County Sheriff's Office at 435-749-9159 or 435-381-2404. Published in the Emery County Progress September 4, 11 and 18, 2012.
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Huntington signs Community Covenant
By PATSY STODDARD, Editor
Huntington City held their Community Covenant signing on Aug. 18. The city council, Utah National Guard members and residents gathered at the Huntington park. Mayor Hilary Gordon welcomed everyone to the meeting. She said part of the Community Covenant program is to give our servicemen and women the respect they deserve. The scouts presented the flags and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Ray Quinn from the American Legion introduced the veterans present. The Huntington Glee Club under the direction of Bryce Wilson with Annette Cook accompanying sang a medley of patriotic and military related tunes. Ben and Colton Clement sang the National Anthem. Brig. Gen. Michael Lechty said they planned on arriving at the Huntington signing by Blackhawk helicopter, but all the helicopters were in use fighting a fire near Camp Williams. He thanked the glee club for their songs saying they were really good. He commented on how he enjoys traveling around to the communities and meeting people and attending community covenant signings. The community covenant program helps communities to step up and do something positive to recognize the people who serve and sacrifice in our communities. Since 2001, recruitment has increased and there have been many young men and young women stepping up to serve. Patriotism was at an all-time high after 9-11. The Utah National Guard thanked Huntington for being willing to step up and help take care of our soldiers. That is one less worry for the military members while they are away. When the family core is strengthened then our soldiers are strengthened. Sgt. Ryan Palmer recognized the General and the Sgt. Major for being in Huntington this day to support this community in their signing ceremony. The leaders of the National Guard support this program and realize its importance. A leader from the headquarters of the National Guard came to Utah to see why Utah’s program is so successful and to take information back to Washington to build the program across
Huntington City Council members along with the Utah National Guard and American Legion sign the Huntington Community Covenant. Mayor Hilary Gordon, Council members Julie Jones and Jerry Livingston, Mar Grange, Owen Olsen, Sgt. Maj. Steven Vogl, Brig. Gen Michael Lechty, Blake Jones, Bert Leamaster, Fon Leamaster and Mac Sitterud. the nation. She met with mayors and city council members and attended a community covenant signing in Loa. She will take what she’s learned back to Arlington. In Utah there is strong support for the military and its importance. Sgt. Palmer doubts she will find the support around the nation that we have in Utah. “We have strong support of our military in our communities,” said Sgt. Palmer. Sgt. Palmer read Huntington’s covenant which states the city will support our military and work to build a strong community and strong families. Huntington will build partnerships with military families. Huntington City thanks the military for their service. The mayor and city council members came forward and signed the covenant. The veterans present signed the covenant as well as the national guard and community members. Those present were treated to a barbeque dinner hosted by the city council.
Blake Jones and Fon Leamaster sign the community covenant. Caleb Brower and Travis Fehlberg present the Àags.
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John Birch brings in the Àag.
Ben and Colton Clement sing the National Anthem.
Huntington Glee club performs at the Huntington Community covenant program.
Brig. Gen. Michael Lechty.
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Castle Dale signs Community Covenant Castle Dale has become a Community Covenant Community. In a ceremony during the recent Emery County fair, Sgt. Ryan Palmer from the Utah National Guard helped with the signing. Mayor Neal Peacock said the covenant is between the community and military families and veterans. It is a chance for a community to be actively
involved in supporting those in the armed forces in active duty. The community of Castle Dale will waive utility fees for active duty military members. The community will do whatever is needed to help military families. The booth for signing the Castle Dale covenant was in place the three days of the fair where many community members signed it. Local scouts presented a
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Council member Dixie Thompson signs the covenant.
By PATSY STODDARD, Editor
Castle Dale Mayor Neal Peacock and councilmember Jeremy Jewkes sign the Community Covenant.
flag ceremony at the Castle Dale signing. Ignacio Arrien, is a Castle Dale City employee and was in the Marines for eight years. He served in Japan. He said it was important to him to know that his family was being supported back home. “It’s hard to go to war and prepare for what lies in front of you there when you are worried about what’s going on at home,” said Arrien. He expressed his appreciation to Castle Dale for becoming part of the Community Covenant program. “I am really proud of Castle Dale for doing this,” said Arrien. Sgt. Palmer thanked Castle Dale for putting the event together. He said the Community Covenant is all about partnerships between the military and the community. Deployments affect communities and families. “It’s valuable to us to know that our families are taken care of when we deploy,” said Sgt. Palmer. He then read Castle Dale’s covenant to build and support military families. They recognize the sacrifices of these families. Castle Dale City thanks all of the servicemen and women now and forever. Castle Dale commits to love and support service members’ families. Those present signed the covenant including Castle Dale mayor and city council members. There are three copies of the covenant that need to be signed and one will hang in Castle Dale city hall and one in the armory
Castle Dale scouts raise the Àag. in Price and the other at the Utah National Guard headquarters in Draper. Mayor Peacock thanked everyone for coming and for their support of the military.
At right: Former Marine Ignacio Arrien speaks at the covenant signing. Photos by Patsy Stoddard
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Green River Princess Pageant to be held Sept. 8 Tiny Princess contestants
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Junior Princess contestants
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Justice Hatfield By BRIDGET MEADOWS
Green River Princess Pageant Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. Green River High School Auditorium
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Kallie Brooke Brewer
Lillian Dawn Giles
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"Young Royalty" has been found in Green River. Thirteen talented girls are starring in Green River's First Annual Princess Pageant on Sept. 8. As the girls are sharing their individual personality and talent the hope is high that they will walk away with much more then a crown. The purpose of this pageant is to offer young girls, self-confidence, stage presence and self-esteem building skills, that will prepare them for the Miss Melon Days Scholarship Pageant when they are old enough to participate. This also gives the opportunity to encourage other young princesses to "Reach for the Stars." After all, there is no limit on what they can achieve with a good
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attitude. Tickets are being sold at the City Hall and at the door the night of the event for $3. Contestants: Colette Holyoak is the 7 year old daughter of Cody and Danielle Holyoak. She will be dancing for her talent. Mattie Aspen Meadows is the 4 year old daughter of Bryan and Bridget Meadows. She will be performing a dance for her talent. MaryBeth Richards is the 4 year old daughter of Bethany Richards. She will be dancing for her talent. Emma Jo Burnett is the 5 year old daughter of Michael and Jeni Burnett. She will be dancing for her talent. Abigail Janae Erwin is the 7 year old daughter of Lance and Gaylene Erwin. She will be playing a piano piece for her talent. Teija Zwahlen is the 7 year old daughter of Phillip and Julie Zwahlen. She will be performing a patriotic number for her talent. Kallie Brooke
Brewer is the 9 year old daughter of Kent and Kesha Brewer. She will be performing a dance for her talent. Lillian Dawn Giles is the 9 year old daughter of Bryan and Bridget Meadows. She will be performing a jazz routine for her talent. Ashlyn Richards is the 8 year old daughter of Bethany Richards. She will be dancing for her talent. Kaidence Rae Meadows is the 9 year old daughter of Devan and Loni Meadows. She will be singing for her talent. Justice Hatfield is the 14 year old daughter of Bridgett Hatfield. She will be performing a half-time cheer routine for her talent. Kambre Rain Brewer is the 10 year old daughter of Kent and Kesha Brewer. She will be performing a dance for her talent. Carlei Dallas Gee is the 14 year old daughter of James and Amber Burnett. She will be performing an interpretive dance for her talent.
Photos by Emilie Nelson
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The Manti-La Sal National Forest manages watersheds for people living in eight central/southeastern Utah counties and two western Colorado counties; it cares for 1.4 million acres of wildlife habitat, fisheries in 1,600 miles of perennial streams and 8,100 acres of lakes and reservoirs; it maintains 2,940 miles of road, 430 miles of trails, provides 550 developed campsites for the enjoyment of people who visit the Forest and is the source of 85 percent of the coal mined in Utah.
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Wendy remembers the team effort by all the hospital staff, from the nurses giving her mom a bath to dietary sending trays of fruit, juices and snacks, so the family didnâ€™t have to leave their motherâ€™s side.
Beverly developed blood pressure complications following her hip surgery and suffered a stroke. As emotional as those days in the hospital were for Wendy and her family, they were comforted by the attention and compassion from the Castleview team. Wendy remembers the â€œComfort Careâ€? that Castleview provided, as they attended to her motherâ€™s every need.
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Green River Lady Pirates ready for region By GARY ARRINGTON, Sports Writer
The Green River Lady Pirate volleyball team is ready to enter region play this Thursday and Friday after finishing the preseason with convincing wins over three Uintah Basin teams. Green River will host Pinnacle this Thursday and then will host Tintic on Friday as they jump into region play strongly. Green River defeated Tabiona 3-0 in a match played at Tabiona on Aug. 15. Green River then hosted Duchesne and defeated the visitors 3-2. Finally, Green River defeated Altamont last Tuesday 3-0. Green River easily handled the Longhorns, as the game scores were 25-10, 25-21 and 25-17. The Pirates have four returning senior starters from last season and they appear to have the team out to a good start. Jaime Johnson, Michaela Hughes,
Jamie Johnson serves for the Lady Pirates. Photos by Eugene Swalberg
Michaela Hughes rises up to block the shot. Dallas Johnson and Feleisha Antillon contribute to the fast start. Green River traveled to Duchesne last weekend to
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100 Giveaways BEAUTIFUL, SPAYED, declawed Siamese. Young, shots current. Owner must move. Call Mike 435-630-9764 or Cheryl 435-820-2211. (0944f) CHIHUAHUA, FEMALE, about 8 mo. old, first shots. 435-630-3772.(09044f) FREE KITTENS to good homes. Please call 7499632.(08304f) FREE WOOD chips, free firewood upon availability. Call DMP Tree Service 435-637-8733.(09044f) SHIHTZU/MALTESE, 8 months old, female, great with kids. 435-609-0815. (08304f)
101 Lost & Found IPOD FOUND at the Dino Mine park. Weekend of 8-18-12. Call the Sun Advocate to identify 6370732.(08214f)
104 Personal ADOPT: A beautiful home, laughter, love, art, music, many opportunities, Stayhome Mom waits for 1st baby. Expenses paid Elaine 1-800-561-9323. (08284p) MEDICAL ALERT for Seniors - 24/7 monitoring. Free Equipment. Free Shipping. Nationwide Service. $29.95/Month Call Medical Guardian Today 866-781-5882(ucan) (09042f)
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104 Personal SUN ADVOCATE and Emery County Progress does not endorse, promote or encourage the purchase or sale of any product or service advertised in this newspaper. Advertisements are the sole responsibility of the advertiser. Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress hereby disclaims all liability for any damage suffered as the result of any advertisement in these newspapers. Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress has the sole authority to edit and locate any classified advertisement as deemed appropriate. Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress reserves the right to refuse any advertising. (09048f)
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113 Help Wanted
Savage is in looking for truck drivers for local hauls in the Price area. A full range of benefits and compe ve pay is oﬀered. We are seeking full- me and part- me, professional and safe drivers. Must have a Class A license. Doubles and triples endorsements. Must have at least 6 months previous class A experience. Must pass a DOT physical & drug screen. Savage is drug free and an equal opportunity employer. Please submit applica on to www.savageservices.com For ques ons contact Brian Allridge 637-5637
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Position:
Vision Aide – 19.5 hr
Will work with vision impaired students in Carbon and Emery Counties. Will work under the direction of a licensed vision teacher.
Per Carbon School District salary schedule
September 11, 2012
Those individuals, who are interested in applying, apply online at www.carbonschools.org or send application to: Nelda Grundy Carbon School District 251 West 400 North Price, UT 84501 Carbon School District is an equal opportunity employer
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BUSINESS OWNERS if you need someone fast, place your classified ad in all 49 of Utah’s newspapers. The person you are looking for could be from out of town. The cost is only $163 for a 25 word ad and it reaches up to 340,000 households. All you do is call the Sun Advocate at 637-0732 or Emery County Progress 435-381-2431 for all the details. (Mention UCAN). You can now order online www.utahpress.com (ucan). (09048f) CAREGIVER ASSISTANT needed in Huntington $10$11 hr, part-time, no experience necessary, flexible schedule. Must have Utah drivers license. 435-7491201.(08308p) CONTROLLER. CENEX in Killdeer ND is seeking an experienced Controller. Responsibilities include directing all accounting functions and personnel management. The controller will be accountable for financial procedures, controls and reporting systems. Qualifications desired, bachelor’s degree in accounting, 3-5 years of accounting experience, supervisory experience, strong communication and computer skills, and Agriculture background is helpful. Salary based on experience. Benefits include Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance, 401K, Life Insurance, Short term disability, PTO. Send resume with salary requirements to joswalt@ ndsupernet.com (ucan) (09042f)
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REGIONAL CERT COORDINATOR Carbon County Emergency Management has an immediate opening for a part-time CERT Coordinator.
*PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A GRANT FUNDED POSITION* Will be responsible for creating self-sufficient CERT teams with local cities and within Carbon County, through planning, training, educating, recruiting and exercising. Will recruit, identify and train residents (CERT members) and coordinate them with the local municipalities. Will assist the Sheriff ’s Office and Emergency Services to track expenses, complete forms and account for materials needing reimbursement, and fulfill general clerical/financial functions, as well as other duties as assigned. May be required to respond to actual Emergencies in all types of weather conditions, anytime day or night.
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121 Building and Construction CABINETS, FROM complete design to installation. CJ’s Do it center, 710 E. Main, Price. (0201tf) LARRY DAVIS Construction. General contractor. Licensed and insured. No job too small. Call 6502022.(1004tf)
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122 Cleaning Services ALWAYS CALL a professional. Walls, ceilings, windows. Free estimates. Call Trudy Axelsen, SpicN-Span, 637-4558, 6509327.(1203tf) MAID 4 YOU: Licensed, insured, bonded. Cleaning, commercial & residential. Call 650-3341 because we’re the only one who appreciates your dirt!(0208tf)
125 Miscellaneous Services BODEE AND The Boys Tree Services. All types, all sizes. Free estimates. Call 435-609-6043.(073118p) FINAL TOUCH Services. Specializing in: handyman, lawn, yard care, welding/cutting, auto repair, auto detailing, and mobile oil changes. 435820-4947(0828tf) SMALL LOADS of gravel delivered to your home or business. 3/4 inch. Call 435-749-1776.(06214b)
SELL YOUR stuff here! We have buyers just waiting to call you! 637-0732 or call 381-2431to place ad.
113 Help Wanted
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT County Building Janitor Part time, with no benefits
Performs regular cleaning such as vacuuming, sweeping, buffing, dusting, washing, waxing, and polishing, and carpet spot cleaning of floors, mats, and entry rugs; washes and cleans walls, doors, and glass; empties and cleans waste receptacles; checks and refills paper towel and sanitary paper supplies; cleans and sanitizes rest room sinks and bowls; washes windows; pick up trash around buildings, etc. Ability to operate tools and equipment used in custodial work; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to use required personal protective equipment; ability to perform moderate lifting and other duties requiring moderate physical strength; ability to develop working relationship with other employees and supervisor and ability to work alone and be dependable. High school diploma or equivalent and one year of custodial work experience in an industrial or public sector setting. Emery County is a drug free workplace and all new hires are required to have a pre-employment drug test.
Salary: $12.00 - $16.00 per hour, depending on qualifications. Preference will be given to those with prior CERT training and/or CERT Teaching credentials.
Send, fax, or email resume to: Mary Huntington, Emery County Personnel, Box 907, Castle Dale, UT 84513. Fax: 435-381-2308 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Will be required to pass an extensive background check, physical, and drug screen. Must not have any Felonies or Class A misdemeanors on record.
Recruiting for this position ends September 14, 2012, at 5:00 p.m.
Deadline for submitting applications is Thursday – September 6, 2012. Applications and job description are available at Work Force Services – 475 West Price River Drive – Price, UT 84501. Telephone: 435-636-2300 or email Rose Barnes @ email@example.com CARBON COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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The Classified Directory: NOTICES 100 100-110 110 Giveaways ............................. 100 Lost and Found ...................... 101 Moving and Storage ............... 103 Personal................................. 104 Special Notices ...................... 105 Financial ................................ 107 EMPLOYMENT 111-120 Business Opportunity ............. 112 Help Wanted........................... 113 Jobs Wanted .......................... 114 School and Instruction ........... 115 Child Care .............................. 116 MISC. SERVICES 121-130 Building and Construction....... 121 Cleaning Services................... 122 Handyman ............................. 123
Lawn & Garden ...................... 124 Miscellaneous Services .......... 125 Painting .................................. 126 Auctions ................................ 129 REAL ESTATE RENTALS 131-140 Apartments for Rent ............... 131 Houses for Rent ..................... 132 Miscellaneous Rentals ............ 133 Mobile Homes for Rent ........... 134 Mobile Home Spaces ............. 135 Office Space .......................... 136 Rentals Wanted ...................... 137 Rooms for Rent ...................... 138 Commercial Rentals ............... 139
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 141-150 Commercial Property ............. 141 Farms and Ranches................ 142 Houses for Sale...................... 143 Lots and Acreages ................. 144 Mobile Homes ........................ 145 Miscellaneous Real Estate ...... 146 Real Estate Wanted ................ 147 Condominiums ....................... 148 Water Shares ......................... 149 FARMER’S STORE 151-160 Farm Equipment ..................... 151 Fruit and Produce ................... 154 Hay and Grain ........................ 155 Pasture for Rent ..................... 156
LIVESTOCK, PETS 161-170 Boarding & Breeding .............. 161 Livestock ............................... 164 Pets ....................................... 166 Poultry ................................... 167 GENERAL STORE 171-190 Fuel and Wood ....................... 171 Furniture ................................ 172 Yard Sale/Garage Sale ............ 174 Appliances ............................. 176 Miscellaneous for Sale ........... 177 Miscellaneous Wanted to Buy . 178 Musical Instruments ............... 179 Pianos and Organs ................. 180 Sewing Machines ................... 181 Sporting Goods ...................... 182 TVs, Radios & Stereos ........... 183
Industrial Equipment ............... 184 Computers ............................. 185 Fireplaces and Stoves............. 189 Tools ...................................... 190 AUTOS, RVS ETC. 191-203 Auto Parts and Services ......... 191 Autos, New and Used ............. 192 Boats ..................................... 194 Motor Homes ......................... 195 Campers and Trailers.............. 196 4 Wheel Drive......................... 197 Motorcycles ........................... 198 Bicycles ................................. 199 Trucks and Vans..................... 200 Snowmobiles ......................... 201 Airplanes................................ 202 ATVs ...................................... 203
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131 Apartments for Rent
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT close to college $400/month. Heat included No smoking/pets. 435820-9506.(0826tf)
2 BEDROOM IN Huntington, w/d hookups, stove, refrigerator, carport, no pets. 687-9261.(1115tf)
ELMO: 1 & 2 BEDROOM Apartments starting at $350 and up, +deposit. No smoking/pets. 435-6532680.(08168b)
1 BEDROOM IN Helper, rent includes all utilities, absolutely no pets. 4720255. (0802tf) 1 BEDROOM IN Helper. All utilities paid including cable. No smoking/ pets. $550/mo. 472-8404. (0510tf)
1, 2 & 3 bed. W/D hookups. Rent based on income. Foxborough Apts. 655 E. 300 S., in Price 820 E. 100 N. in Wellington or call 637-4930 2 BDRM 1-1/4 BATH Apts. in Wellington. Nice views, private parking, W/D hookups, partial utilities included. $400-$475 per month. Call Laura at 435-630-0007 for more info.(0524tf) 2 BEDROOM AND studio apartment in Price for rent. No pets, 637-2115.(0804tf) 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS for rent in Ferron, Orangeville and Castle Dale. Call 435-820-0976. (03220p) 2 BEDROOM HOMES $450 mo. 3 BEDROOM $495 mo. Clean Mobile Home Community’s in Price 435-650-1523 and Wellington 435-650-1435. (0124tf) 2 BEDROOM IN 4 plex. No smokers/pets $450 plus security deposit.637-5836, 650-4711(0719tf)
2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH in Helper. No pets, $475 mo, $200 dep. 472-0255. (0828tf) APARTMENTS IN Huntington: 3 bedroom unfurnished, years lease, starting at $475 a month $575 deposit. 3 bedroom unfurnished, 6 month lease, starting at $625, $825 deposit. Fully Furnished 3 bedroom, 6-month lease starting at $1,430 plus deposit. Month-to-month, starting at $1,700 plus deposit. Call Tammy at Trails End Realty 435-650-1213, 435-637-1884.(1004tf) CLEAN, QUIET 1 bedroom apartment for rent next to WalMart. No smoking/ pets. Application required. 637-2562.(08234p)
GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZED HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY, HANDICAPPED OR DISABLED WEDGEWOOD VILLA 530 West 200 South Price, Utah 84501 637-2009
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
SUBSCRIBE 637-0732 . 113 Help Wanted
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR: MID-LEVEL PROVIDER PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT OR NURSE PRACTITIONER PART TIME DAYS PHYSICIAN PRACTICE - PHYSICAL MEDICINE & REHABILITATION
Requires current Utah Physician Assistant/ Controlled Substance or APRN/Controlled Substance licensure. BLS, ACLS and PALS Certifications or ability to obtain upon hire. Will be assisting with prescription refills in a pain management setting. Good interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Computer skills required.
FERRON: 2 BEDROOM, W/D hook-ups, fenced yard, no pets, $425. 3842865.(08218p) FURNISHED 2 BD apt. 509 N Cottonwood Rd, Price. All utilities included even cable. $850 month, No smoking/pets. 6504540, 650-4542.(0802tf)
Independant Living at its Finest
Requires current Utah RN licensure. Basic Life Support Certification or ability to obtain upon hire. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Computer skills required. Previous experience working in a physician office preferred. Open Until Filled
RN FULL TIME NIGHTS 72 HOURS PER PAY PERIOD EMERGENCY ROOM **$4,000 SIGN-ON BONUS AVAILABLE**
Requires current Utah RN licensure. One year of Emergency Room experience required. BLS Certification required. Ability to obtain ACLS and PALS Certifications upon hire. Must be able to work in a high stress environment effectively as a team member. Good communication and interpersonal skills required.
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NEW ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS NOW AVAILABLE
Whitmore Square is now accepting applications for senior housing. • Seniors age 50 or older; • One bedroom apartments; • All utilities paid; • Rent on a sliding scale according to eligibility and income; • Laundry room facilities on site; • No yard work required; • Maintenance department available for all repairs.
* Rent based on Income * Must be 62 or older * Elevator to 2nd floor
EASTWOOD APARTMENTS 1481 East 150 South, Price, Utah 84501 (435) 637-1811
1 Bedroom, Private Bath, Living Room, Kitchen, Private exits to outside as well as interior corridor. Electricity, Natural Gas, Water, Sewer and Garbage removal included. Income restrictions apply, some in-home assistance and travel available.
ONE BEDROOM, fully furnished. Utilities included. No smoking nor pets. 6372830.(07244p) ORANGEVILLE: LARGE 2-story 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, laundry room. Many extras. No pets. References. $625/month. 7482394, 801-224-1642. (1004tf)
Apply any Friday at: 111 West Whitmore East Carbon or call for an application at the Price Office, 637-5170.
PRICE 1 BEDROOM, Utilities included, newly remodeled, upstairs, a/c. Call Bridge Realty (435)650-4067(0816tf)
35 West 100 North Elmo, Utah 84521 (435) 653-2666 Affordable Senior Housing
IN HUNTINGTON, 3 bedroom w/d hookups, stove, refrigerator, carport, no pets. 687-9261.(1115tf) LARGE TWO bedroom apartment, refrigerator/ stove, W/D hookups. Nice location. No pets. 6501129. (1004tf) NEW LOWER rent: Clean, family environment, newly remodeled apartments in Castle Dale; lovely three bedrooms; one bath, large kitchen. Owner pays water, sewer/garbage, $475. Call Junette at Trails End Realty 435-749-0389. (08288p)
PRICE, 2 LARGE bed, 1 bath, 210 South 300 West. No pets, $500 +utilities, $500/deposit. Call 6500060.(08284p) SMALL STUDIO room with bed, mini fridge, hot plate & microwave for rent. $375 p/m utilities included. Please call 435-630-3877 for details.(0614tf) STUDIO APARTMENT, Price. $400/mo $400/dep. with full kitchen and separate bath. Heat included. No pets/smoking. 6500809, 637-2846.(08146p) TWO BEDROOM apartment in Ferron. 749-1541. (08028p)
WHY WAIT? Place your ONE BEDROOM apart- ad today! We have buyment, close to college, ers just waiting to call you! coin-op washer/dryer, no 637-0732 or call 381-2431. smoking no pets. 435-6375802. (09048p) LOOKING FOR something? Look here in the classifieds! Advertise at 637-0732.
SELL YOUR stuff here! We have buyers just waiting to call you! 637-0732 or call 381-2431.
132 Houses for Rent 1 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent in Helper, $425 month +utilities. 435-4723791(0807tf) 2 BEDROOM HOME in Price. No pets/smokers. $550/month+ deposit. Call w/references 637-1439 after 7p.m.(0626tf) 2 BEDROOM HOME, East Carbon $450/month, $350/deposit. No smoking/ pets. References. 435637-5067, 435-650-1397. (0605tf) 2 BEDROOM HOMES $450 mo. 3 BEDROOM $495 mo. Clean Mobile Home Community’s in Price 435-650-1523 and Wellington 435-650-1435. (0124tf) 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH home, newly remodeled in Price by College. No pets/ smokers, $650. 749-2364 or 820-6687.(08304p)
Current Utah Pharmacy Technician licensure. Computer skills required. Exceptional organizational, time management, and customer service skills. Must be a self starter who is attentive to detail. Ability to work in a high volume, sometimes stressful environment. Must be willing to work weekday and weekend shifts when scheduled. Prior Hospital Pharmacy Technician or Clinic setting experience preferred. Job Closes on Friday, September 7, 2012
OFFICE ASSISTANT PRN – AS NEEDED SCHEDULE DAY SHIFT PHYSICIAN SERVICES
Must be a High School graduate or equivalent. Medical Assistant or Certified Nursing Assistant Certification preferred. Previous experience working in a physician office preferred. Computer skills required. Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational, and customer service skills. Will be doing front and back office work. Medical terminology background helpful. Ability to take direction and work well with others. Job Closes on Friday, September 7, 2012 For confidential consideration, apply online at www.castleviewhospital.net
2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, attached garage. Pasture and outbuildings, w/d hookups. No indoor pets/ smoking. $500 mo. References required. Security deposit $450. Call 6509956.(0821tf)
PRICE: 4 BDR, 2 ba, open kitchen, living/family room, extra large rooms, remodeled 2 yrs ago, $900 mo/ deposit, 1 yr lease. No pets/smoking. References. 687-2219, 749-0763. (08306p)
2 STORY WHITE house for rent in Price that can be used for Commercial or Residential use. $1,800 per month with same amount security deposit. Please call Darlene at 435-630-3877 for details. (0419tf)
SUNNYSIDE: 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, garage, $400 mo. 801-380-9081. (08302p)
3 BEDROOM 2 bath on private lot, $600 per month, no s/p deposit $400 Call Leo 435-6502163(0717tfn) 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH home, includes 2 car garage with attached workshop that has bathroom, kitchenette, heat and 220w power. 398 East Main, Wellington. No smoking, pets negotiable. $800 month. Call Nancy Mills Trails End Realty 650-1084.(0821tf) 4 B E D , 1 . 5 B AT H house. Fenced Yard, $500 month, $500 deposit. No smoking, No Pets. 333 West Railroad Ave, Price. Stephanie @ Etzel Realty 650-7012.(08284p) 5 BED, 1.75 BATH. 2 car garage. 2200 sqft. New carpet, huge kitchen. N.E. Price 1,200/month 6301710.(08224p) 5 BEDROOM, 4 BATH on Wellington Hill, 4,200 sq. ft. on 1 acre with view. $2,000/mo. 650-4542. (0712tf) ARE YOU looking for someone to manage your rental properties? Call R&M Property Management. 636-RENT.(0904tf) CASTLE DALE. Completely remodeled 2 bedroom 1 bath twin home. $575/month. Great location. No pets/smoking. 801.372.3270.(08144p) EAST CARBON: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, $550 mo. 801-380-9081.(08302p) KENILWORTH: 3 BED, 2 bath $650/$600 deposit plus utilities. No s/p. 435630-4692 or 630-4654. (08304p) TO SELL or rent your home call 637-0732 or 381-2431.
THIS 2-BEDROOM home has a garage and fully fenced yard. Home is fully furnished and all utilities paid. Located in Columbia. Rent is $600/Sec. Dept. $700 Pets negotiable. Call Tammy at Trails End Realty @ 650-1213(08234b)
133 Miscellaneous Rentals STORAGE UNIT 19’X39’, 15’ tall door, 97 East 100 North (behind 2 Brothers Verizon) in Price. $350 per month. Erik 435-650-5150. (0724tf)
134 Mobile Homes for Rent 12TH/MO FREE w/1yr lease Huntington M.H.P. 3 bedroom, $475/mo, includes water/sewer/trash, . W/D hookups. No pets. Or Housing accepted w/ no deposit. 435-590-4141. (0214tf) 12TH/MO FREE w/1yr lease Price-Fair Haven M.H.P. 2-3 bedrooms, starting at $425/mo. No pets. Or Housing accepted w/no deposit. 435-5904141(0329tf) 12TH/MO FREE w/1yr lease, Wellington: 2 bed, W/D hookup, $400/mo. No pets. Or Housing accepted w/no deposit. 435-5904141.(0825tf) 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH modular, set up in park. No pets $675/mo +deposit. 637-5233.(0823tf) CARBONVILLE: NEWER 3 bedroom , 2 bath, W/D hookups, dishwasher, disposal. No Pets. Call 6137517.(0830tf) EASTRIDGE MOBILE home community in Wellington 2 bed room $450 mo. 3 bedroom $495 mo. Includes sewer and trash. 435-650-1435.(0124tf) HUNTINGTON: 3BR, 2BA trailer. 749-1541.(08028p)
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FMC Corporation has exciting opportunities with our Green River, Wyoming plant. At FMC, safety is always our first priority, our mining and processing facilities are prime examples of our use of innovative technologies to maintain quality and efficiency and we are the world’s largest trona mine and producer of natural soda ash. We are searching for Hourly Mechanics, mine experience preferred. NEW REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS: A successful mechanic candidate would be someone who preferably has an associate’s degree or approved certification in a mechanical maintenance or welding discipline from an accredited technical college/university or who has a journeyman license in the ironworkers, millwrights or mechanic disciplines. We offer a hiring incentive of up to $7,500 which will be offered to successful candidates at the time of hire or up to $12,000 if the individual is relocating from beyond a 50 mile radius. To align your skills and experience with any of the positions we have available, please apply online only at www.fmc.com. FMC is an equal opportunity/drug free employer.
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Position:
Will teach dance to elementary students
2012-2013 School Year
Per Carbon School District salary schedule
September 4, 2012
Those interested in applying, please apply online at www.carbonschools.org or send application to: Nelda Grundy Carbon School District 251 West 400 North Price, UT 84501 Carbon School District is an equal opportunity employer
EMERY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice Of Vacancy The Emery County School District has an opening for a three-hour per day Educational Assistant – Choral Accompanist Qualifications: • High school diploma. • Must demonstrate that he/she is an accomplished pianist. • Must be able to interact in a positive way with students, staff and the public. • Must be supportive of school programs and be able to maintain confidentiality as required by District policy. • Must be able and willing to take direction from the choral teacher and the principal. Duties and Responsibilities: • Serves as an accompanist for the San Rafael Jr. High School chorus teacher. • Assists the San Rafael Jr. High School choral teacher with rehearsals, concerts, and clinics if requested. • Works with individual students and/or groups of students as assigned by the San Rafael Jr. High School choral teacher. • Operates and cares for equipment and music used in the San Rafael Jr. High School choral program as assigned • Assist in supervising chorus students. • Performs other assigned duties related to the chorus program as assigned. In addition to the physical and mental capabilities implied by the responsibilities detailed above, other essential functions of a Choral Accompanist include: the physical dexterity to play the piano, reading, writing, hearing, and speaking effectively, walking, bending, lifting/moving items up to 25 pounds. The job of Choral Accompanist involves adapting to a changing educational environment. Any Questions may be directed to Principal Doug Mecham @ 435-384-2335 Open Until Filled Send applications to:
Human Resources Dept. 300 N. Hospital Drive Price, UT 84501 EOE/AA M/F/D/V THIS EMPLOYER PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY
132 Houses for Rent
FMC – New Opportunities
Open Until Filled
PHARMACY TECH FULL TIME DAY SHIFT
132 Houses for Rent
113 Help Wanted
Open Until Filled
RN PRN – AS NEEDED SCHEDULE DAYS PHYSICIAN SERVICES
131 Apartments for Rent
Superintendent Emery County School District P.O. Box 120 Huntington, Utah 84528
It is the policy of the Emery County School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or disability in programs, activities, and employment. Emery County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all Rules and Regulations of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
134 Mobile Homes for Rent OWN TODAY! Rent-toown priced to sell! Inhouse financing! Family community! We allow most pets. OAC/Criminal check required. Indian Hills 435637-6204.(080210p)
135 Mobile Home Spaces R.V. SPACES available at Central Park in Price clean community call today 435650-1523(1004tf) RV/MOBILE Home spaces available in Huntington, Price and Wellington. For more information 435-5904141. (1004tf)
136 Office Space NEW COMMERCIAL Office spaces on Main Street in Price, single spaces or grouped spaces, optionally furnished, can include receptionist space, utilities included. Call Thomas 650-6951.(06146f) OFFICE SPACE for lease. Utilities, janitorial and private parking included. 637-2945.(030812tf)
138 Rooms for Rent FURNISHED $255 TO $305 per mo. All utilities and cable included. 6137546 after 3pm. (0525tf)
139 Commercial Rentals 1,800 SQ. FT. Office/ warehouse space. Newly remodeled, $975 month. Call Jim 637-5279.(1129tf) 2 STORY WHITE house for rent in Price that can be used for Commercial or Residential use. $1,800 per month with same amount security deposit. Please call Darlene at 435-630-3877 for details. (0419tf) COMMERCIAL BUILDING for rent on South Carbon Ave. Roughly 1250 sq feet, 4 separate rooms. Please call Darlene at 435-6303877 to make appointment to see it.(0612tf) COMMERCIAL PARKING for rent for semi trucks etc. on Ridge Road. Certified truck scales available. 613-1553.(0706tf) GREAT MAIN St, Price location for Office or Rental for sale or rent. 6378931(0904tf)
Encourage your kid’s habits. Kids need something to do other than drugs. * Sports * Music * Arts * Dance * Reading Good things can be habit forming too.
Emery County Recreation Director Full time with benefits Pay compensable to experience and education
Directs and manages Emery County Recreation District which includes all aspects of maintaining the Huntington Ball Complex and Little Bear Campground. Knowledgeable in youth and adult sports, excellent public relation skills, accounting and budgeting experience required, IRS reporting, experience in Excel, WordPerfect, Power Point, and Word, knowledgeable about sprinkling systems, marking ball fields, riding lawn mower, weed eater, and backhoe. Must have a high school diploma and at least six months of general office experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be an Emery County citizen or willing to relocate. Emery County Recreation is a drug free workplace and all new hires are required to pass a pre-employment drug test and background screening. SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Send, fax, or email resume to: Emery County Recreation District, Box 532, Castle Dale, UT 84513. Fax: 435-381-2194 or email firstname.lastname@example.org CLOSED:
September 6, 2012 at 5:00 p.m.
EMERY COUNTY RECREATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
If you are reading this so are your potential customers Call to advertise today! 637-0732 or 381-2431
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black •Sun Advocate •Emery County Progress •Smart Shopper Tuesday September 4, 2012 7B
To advertise in this section please call the Sun Advocate at 637-0732 or the Emery County Progress at 381-2431 Air & Heating
Price Sheet Metal Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Sales & Service
BRAND NEW WINDSHIELD AND PROFRESSIONAL INSTALLATION AT A LOW COST GUARANTEED!
594 So. Carbon Ave., Price
Rock Chip Repair, Also Wiperblades Insurance and Credit Cards accepted
24 hours (435) 820-4052
430 East Main St., Wellington 435-637-1201
In-House Financing (435) 637-2580
Jeromie Bunch Computers, Networks, Software Consulting, Sales, Service Cell: 435-640-0090 E-Mail: email@example.com
Computer Services Computer Services Max Technology LLC SERVING ALL OF EASTERN
140 N. Center St., Wellington
10% OFF Service Call
• Washers • Dryers • Dishwashers • Refrigerators • Microwaves • Freezers
Please cut out coupon and give to technician upon service or notify receptionist when scheduling appointment. Must provide coupon to receive discount. Offer valid through September 30, 2012
Mike Decaro, Manager Price 637-3633 Helper 472-0120 410 E. Main 5129 No. Hwy 6
YOUR TRUCK ACCESSORY HEADQUARTERS
-REPAIRS -NETWORKS -REMOTE SUPPORT -DATA P3 PLANS
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SERVING ALL OF EASTERN UTAH
FLAT RATE SERVICE FEE ONLY $59.99
LOCAL MOBILE SERVICE on all windshields
We will meet or beat any prices Same Day or Next Day Service
Price Autoplex & Trans Rebuild
15yd & 30yd container. Oil and Gasfield locations. Commerical, Residential Scrap Metal Recycling
Stephenson Removal Services
All Breed Grooming & Boarding Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for appt.
771 E. Main Street, Price, Utah (435) 637-5059
Total Care! Specializing in TRANSMISSION REPAIR! Trany Service, Trany Flushes & Full Service Oil Changes
Big or Small we can fix them all
Home Remodeling, Kitchen & Bath, Cabinets & Countertops Outdoor Kitchens Dealer for Dale Tile Jones Paint & Glass Arizona Shower Doors
Tree Top Service
The Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress do not verify or require license numbers from all of our advertisers. Before hiring a service provider, you should verify their status or check for any complaints by calling
Adam Robison 820-1835 820-0067 * Top Tree (trimming) * Removal * Shape Trees * Stump Removal Guaranteed Lowest Prices
Kirby Vac. Repair
CASTLE COUNTRY FENCING L.L.C. YOUR FENCING SPECIALISTS
OVER 35 YEARS EXPERIENCE • Local, Friendly Service • No Job Too Small or Too Large
VINYL • CHAIN-LINK • ETC. RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
Carbon Wood Classics Inc.
Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Bathroom Vanities, Solid Surface & Granite Countertops, etc. WE DO CLOSETS AND KITCHEN REFACING
Come in and see our handmade hardwood caskets and coffins
435-637-1882 Licensed & Insured Contractor
Free Estimates Licensed and Insured No Job Too Small
AN ANOTHER CABINET SHOP, INC.
All Forms of Construction Available
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We’ll meet or beat any price!
Showroom Open: M-F 8am - 5pm 47 N. 100 W., Price • 637-5800 Cell: 650-0889 Check out our website: www.carbonwoodclassics.com
5 No. Main St. 435-650-3059 • 435-472-0507 firstname.lastname@example.org
• Junk Cars • Quick Cash • Free Towing Price Area 435-820-2518
• Lift Kits • Tires & Wheels • Brake Work • Tune Ups • Auto Detailing • Used Cars and Trucks
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Utah Department Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing 866-275-3675 or email@example.com
We buy Cars
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Keep an open mind and allow yourself an hour of quiet time. Follow the steps below to see how you can have Financial Freedom... 1. http://blessedone4success.com 2. Listen to the 3 minute video 3. Fill out information in yellow box 4. Then continue on to watch ALL 7 steps 5. At the end of the 7 Steps, Call Me To Join!
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Belts, Bags, Rollers
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“We’ll buzz through your messes”
Home, Office, Vehicle, Yard, Laundry and more Free Estimates | Senior Discounts
Traci Wiley • 435-630-8231
Noxious Weed Control
RUNNING OR NOT CASH PAID
Licensed Weed Applicator
Commercial/Idustrial/Municipal/ Residential firstname.lastname@example.org 775 N. 700 E., Price, Utah
820-2608 House Pets
435-637-5548 office 435-650-1805 cell
• Professional Window Cleaning • Business • Residential
For more information call Dylan
1510 South Hwy. 10, Price • 637-9663
Laundromat/Car Wash Castle Valley Services
AutoChip Detailing Rock Repair Rock Repair AutoChip Detailing Carwash Carwash Laundromat Laundromat 97 East 100 North 637-8184
Squeeky Clean Windows
Corn Snake, Mountain Horned Lizard, Leopard Frog, Lion Face Mini Rabbits, Hamsters, Ferrets, Chinchillas, Bearded Dragons, Iguanas. Supplies for all your exotic pets.
To advertise in the Business Directory call Lynna at 637-0732
ISA Certified Arborist/Forestry Graduate
Don M. Purper 435-637-8733 • 1-800-735-9123
Best prices around 47 W. MAIN, PRICE 613-SLIM
• Tree Trimming • Tree Removal • Guaranteed Lowest Prices for Certified Arborist
1700 S. Hwy. 10, Price 637-9464
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30 a Month 30 classes a week = 1 dollar a day to be fit
Since 1975 Free Estimates Licensed • Liability Insured
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Busy Bee Cleaning Services
Midway Storage Ph. 637-3213 Self Storage Carbonville, Utah Next to Blue Cut RV
All Sizes, Now Open
Don’t have time to watch the grass grow? Or even have time to mow it? We can help with all of your landscaping and yard work needs.
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Cyan Magenta Yellow Black 8B •Sun Advocate •Emery County Progress •Smart Shopper Tuesday September 4, 2012 139 Commercial Rentals
143 Houses for Sale
LARGE COMMERCIAL building, 175 South Carbon Ave., Across from A1-Rental $530/mo. 323496-6106, 435-590-4141. (0322tf)
141 Commercial Property FOR SALE or Lease: Beautiful office space overlooking Price City. 950 or 2700 sq. feet, 250 North Fairgrounds Rd. For more information e-mail blackburndebbie@yahoo. com or go to www.tourfactory.com/849195(08168p)
143 Houses for Sale
FOR SALE owner in Price. 3 Bedrooms, 1-1/2+ Bath, solid hardwood flooring, breakfast nook, appliances, dining room, large family room, wood burning stove, laundry room, Central air, storage shed, close to schools, sprinkler system, car port, newer roof and windows. Asking $142,500, willing to negotiate. For more information call Patrick at 435-6509127 or email pfillingim@ gmail.com(08302p)
HUNTINGTON: 60 South 100 West, 3BR, 2BA, new roof, great location, $90,000. 435-749-9232. (09044p)
NEED A JOB? Check out the classifieds. Looking for employees? Advertise today, call 637-0732.
IN SPRING Glen. Master suite, formal dining,4 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths. 4,000 sq. feet. A must see to appreciate. 435-472-0809 for an appt.(09046p)
PRICE REDUCED! 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms over 3,000 sq. feet. Fully finished, newly built in 2009. Two car garage. Only asking $209,900 or best offer! For more information go to KSL.com and look at ad #20206775 or call Dustin at 435-6601997.(08288p)
REDUCED PRICE: Completely remodeled twin home in Castle Dale for sale by owner. 2bd 1ba. Room to grow in basement. $73,000. Great neighborhood. Call 801372-3270 or 435-6408330.(08234p)
Thank You Classifieds I SOLD MY PATIO FURNITURE TO THE FIRST CALLER!! ~E.P.
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JOIN OUR PROFESSIONAL HOME HEALTH TEAM RN CASE MANAGER PRICE OFFICE We are looking for a RN to work full time days providing case management. The RN serves as a member of the multidisciplinary team, which includes long term case management. The RN anticipates needs, manages care and collaborates with the group to meet specific goals. Minimum of two years prior home health experience as a RN is required. Please email resume to; Linda.Bealcns-cares.org
COMMUNITY NURSING SERVICES Phone: 435-613-8887 Fax: 435-613-8890 Equal Opportunity Employer
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Position:
Substitute Bus Drivers
Qualifications: Must hold CDL or be able to get one. Training will be available. Salary:
Per Carbon School District salary schedule
September 11, 2012
Applications need to be picked up and returned to the Transportation Office Kerry Jensen CSD Transportation Supervisor 609 East 400 North Price, UT 84501 435.637.3421 Carbon School District is an equal opportunity employer
143 Houses for Sale
143 Houses for Sale
143 Houses for Sale
JUST LISTED! 398 EAST MAIN IN WELLINGTON!
BEAUTIFUL NEW home. NE Price location, 2-levels, 4 bdrm, 2.5 ba. App. 3100 finished sq. ft. Hardwood floors, porcelain tile, plush carpeting, granite throughout. Gas DV fireplace, large 2 car garage, tankless water heater, Energy star appliances includes, washer & drier. All the amenities you would expect. Must see! For appointment call 435-6503520.(0214tf)
CONDO, CLOSE to Castle Heights, 4 bed, 2 bath, central air, fireplace, $90,000. 630-0686. (08098p)
3 bdrm, 1 bath home on large lot with family room and deck, walk-out basement! Also included is a one car detached garage, and a newer 2 car garage with attached workshop that has a full bathroom, kitchenette, heat, water and air conditioning!! Zoned retail commercial! Asking $129,000! Call Nancy Mills, Agent Trails End Realty 435-650-1084.
HOME FOR RENT 321 Carson East Carbon
4 Bedroom 1 bath 1car garage, w/d hookups, dishwasher,air, large rooms.
Call Brenda Quick, Bridge Realty 637-7900 820-1197
3 ACRES PLUS 2,600 sq. ft. home w/all new plumbing, electrical, energy efficient furnace/windows/ appliance, central air, siding, roofing, landscaping, sprinkler system, huge driveway & patios. Plus: one “”fixer upper”” 1,300 sq. ft. home. Secondary water, pasture and sprinklers. 375 and 385 West Main St. Wellington. $165,000. Call for appt. 613-0450, 820-1330. (07244p) 5 BED, 1.75 BATH. 2 car garage. 2200 sqft. New carpet, huge kitchen. N.E. Price 185,000. 630-1710. (08224p) 5 BEDROOM, 4 BATH on Wellington Hill, 4,200 sq. ft. on 1 acre with view. $320K. 650-4542.(0712tf)
Call 637-0732 or 381-2431 to advertise here.
CARBONVILLE HORSE Property, 2.16 Acres, 1760 sq.ft., home built 2005. 3 bdrm 2 full bath 1 w/ garden bathtub. Entry with office and built–in desk. Very open living room with dormer, lots of windows, dining room with see-thru fireplace. Great gourmet kitchen with island, see thru bar to living room. Very open plan. Walk out to deck enjoy Mother Nature. Auto spr. Sys. Large 27x28 garage w/auto door, RV pad with full hookups. Asking 189,900. Call Tom 435-650-3393.(08304p)
Eastern Utah Community Credit Union is accepting offers on the following:
1981 5 BR Home
Two baths, 1728 sq. ft., located on .32 acre of land at 733 Elm Ave., Price, UT Freshly painted througout the home. Fully finished basement and fenced in yard. Asking Price: $115,500.00 Call 637-1209 or 637-2443 to see the property and/or make an offer.
113 Help Wanted
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Position:
Bruin Point Elementary
19.5 hours, Will work as an aide in the school library at Bruin Point Elementary
2012-13 School Year
Per Carbon School District salary schedule
September 7, 2012
A minimum if 5 years safety management experience is required. UtahAmerican Energy offers a comprehensive salary and benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, 401(k) plan with 8% match, vacation, and bonus plans. Please submit a detailed work history resume by September 15, 2012 to: Human Resources Dept. UtahAmerican Energy, Inc. PO Box 910 East Carbon, UT 84520 E-mail: email@example.com EEO Employer
TOWNHOME FOR sale in Castle Heights neighborhood. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms. Reasonable HOA fees. $95,000. Call 650-5915.(08284p)
144 Lots and Acreage 1 LOT, EAST Wellington, directly behind LDS Church, 950 East Main. Approximately 1.75 acres, all utilities, secondary water and animal rights, $28,000. 435-820-8641 evenings.(0221tf) 10 ACRES ARGYLE Canyon. $29,900. Tall Aspens, great views and RV pad. Good lot to build a cabin on. In-house financing. Low down and monthly payments. Call (801)6333469 OR text (435)9014175.(08168p) 40 ACRES ARGYLE Canyon. $84,900. Private gate/road. Cedar, Aspen, Quakies. Two ponds, one stream. RV pads already on the lot. Easy owner financing w/low down and monthly payments. Call (801)633-3469 OR text (435)901-4175.(08168p) 5 ACRES IN Wellington City, 1/8th mile North of 800 East Main St., paved road to property, all utilities, secondary water system installed, great farm ground, variance for animal rights can be obtained from Wellington City. $60,000 435-8208641 evenings.(0221tf) LOTS FOR sale in Liberty Estates Subdivision, Circle K Subdivision, and North Creek Subdivision. Prices start at $47,000. Call Dino @ 435-650-0039.(0222tf)
154 Fruit and Produce
176 Household Appliances
LOTS FOR sale. New subdivision. Excellent NE Price location, close to schools, churches and parks. Priced from $45,000. Call 650-3520. (1004tf)
TAKING ORDERS now for fresh vegetables etc. Call Wayne 820-6522. (08288b)
REFRIGERATOR, ELECTRIC stove, microwave $100 each. Toilet $50. Shower door $50. 435749-2392.(08286b)
LOTS FOR sale: Eagle Cliff subdivision lot #4 7.14 acres. Beautiful views 85K. Circle K subdivision 1 acre lot 55k. 801-3683874(0818p)
145 Mobile Homes 14X60 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH at Eastridge in Wellington $3,995 435-6501435.(0124tf) 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH double wide located in quiet trailer park in Ferron. Angela 435-6301096(08148p) HANDYMAN SPECIALS. Homes available from $1,500 to 4,000 at Central Park in Price. 435-6501523.(0124tf)
149 Water Shares
164 Livestock LOCAL, DEPENDABLE, professional horseshoeing. Please call Seth J. Dart Farrier Service 435472-0965.(032716p)
172 Furniture OAK KITCHEN table w/6 chairs and 2 leafs. $200. 650-5276.(08288p) TWIN SIZE bed foundation. Brand new, only used 2 nights. Asking $90 OBO. Call or text Alicia at 6508281 after 6 pm.(0731tf)
174 Yard Sale/Garage Sale YARD SALE Sept 8th & 9th, 9am-4pm. Lots of kids stuff. Also lots of crafts as well. 1110 East 5500 South, Upper Miller Creek. For more info contact Ashley 435-363-6197. (09042p)
L O O K I N G TO L e a s e Cottonwood class A or B water shares. 609-9925. (08238p)
Holiday Inn & Suites
WANTED: MUDDY Creek Irrigation water shares, lease or buy. 435-7491364 or 435-749-0168. (0724104p)
Will need RF modulator adaptor.
WANTED: WATER shares Scofield (P.R.W.U.A.), Carbon Canal, Pioneer #1, Pioneer #2, Price Water Co., Allred Ditch. Submit proposals to P.O. Box 700, Price, UT 84501 or call 650-0039.(0512tf) WATER SHARES for sale. Scofield (P.R.W.U.A.). Call 435-637-4008.(0914tf)
154 Fruit and Produce GRANDPA V’S family fruit stand. Located inside double cinder block garage. 365 East Main, Santaquin, Utah. Look for rock fence West of Sinclair gas station. Call Rose 801-3181602 or 801-754-3517. Hours Monday-Saturday 8:30am-6pm.(08288p)
177 Miscellaneous for Sale 2 BURIAL PLOTS, 8 cremation plots in Price City Cemetery. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, 925-8293077.(08168p) 32 INCH SOLID Oak roll top desk $100. 435-6875354.(08284f) ITALIAN LEATHER jacket. Light brown, size XL, zip out liner, never worn. Paid $400 will sell for $200. 637-9058.(0605tf) MANTIS DELUXE tiller. New! Fast Start engine. Ships free. One-year money-back guarantee when you buy direct. Call for the DVD and free good soil book! 888-711-6028 (ucan)(09042f) PAINT UP a storm with Pratt & Lambert paint in stock at CJ’s, 710 E. Main, Price, 636-8100. (0201tf)
Full length mirrors $5ea.
TOMATOES, HERITAGE type, higher in sugar and nutrients. Best flavor for fresh eating or canning. $1/lb Limited supply. Order now! 637-0159.(0823tf)
Wednesday Sept. 4th 9am-Noon
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32” TV’s $40ea.
Please remember ... the deadline for submitting or canceling items for the Classified section is Monday and Wednesday before 10am.
What can you get for $6.60 these days anyway? You can get a 14 word Classified Ad in the Sun Advocate, the Emery County Progress, and the Smart Shopper for one week. Reach 14,500 homes in both counties on Tuesdays. And 4,000 homes in Carbon County on Thursdays. AND your ad will be seen on the internet as well!
$6.60 Quite a Bargain!
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Nelda Grundy Carbon School District 251 West 400 North Price, UT 84501
Does not include help wanted or boxed ads.
Carbon School District is an equal opportunity employer
115 School and Instruction
NEW MINER CLASSES Price Mine Service is Offering a 32 Hour new Miner’s class 8 am Monday-Thursday September 10th-13th Annual – September 14th Applications & Interviews for Employment to follow call: (435) 637-9300 ext 13
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MSHA APPROVED INSTRUCTORS $$ Get two required New Miner Certifications for the price of one $$ Price Classes: September 10-13 Underground New Miner September 10-12 Surface New Miner (24 hours) September 14 Surface New Miner (4 hours) September 18-20 Instructor Training Workshop-Part 48 Annual Refresher available most Thursdays (call for scheduling) *Tuition/Fees must be paid in full by the start of class.
Customized Courses: Part 48 & Part 46 and other training For info & pre-registration call (435) 613-5500 or 1-800-230-8580
Sun Advocate (435) 637-0732
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Digital Reprints Buy one or more photos on CD. Then, take the CD to your favorite photo developer to have them printed.
EXPERIENCED MINE SAFETY MANAGER UtahAmerican Energy is seeking an experienced Mine Safety Manager. This position is responsible for mine safety procedures and compliance for all UtahAmerican Energy Mines.
LOG HOMES: Shells, kits, logs, machine turned logs, beams or raw logs for hand crafted homes. Locally cut and manufactured in Wellington, Utah. King Log & Beam 435613-1553, www.kinglogs. com(023816b)
144 Lots and Acreage
Progress (435) 384-2431
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Cyan Magenta Yellow Black •Sun Advocate •Emery County Progress •Smart Shopper Tuesday September 4, 2012 9B 182 Sporting Goods 1975 WINCHESTER RIFLE (model 94) 30-30, excellent condition $550. Yugo SKS rifle, excellent condition $350, ammo available. Call 435-8204947.(0828tf)
184 Industrial Equipment SCAFFOLDING, 12FT. plank $10ea. 6.4ft. walk through end frames $25ea. 10.4ft. cross braces $10ea. Will be in Price Sept. 4th through 7th. Ken 801-209-7615.(08302p)
189 Fireplaces and Stoves DON’T PAY high heating bills. Eliminate them with an Outdoor Wood Furnace from Central Boiler. CR Doors & Moulding 801489-1111(08076p)
192 Autos, New and Used
HIGH QUALITYLOW PRICED FAMILY SEDANS ‘08’s &’06’s CHEV’s, BUICK’s & PONTIAC’s
John M. Howa’s
651 N. Carbonville Rd. 637-2012 VENT-FREE fireplaces. 99.9% efficient. Starting at $399. CJ’s Do it center, 710 E. Main, Price. 6368100. (0201tf)
191 Autos, Parts and Services SET OF Michelin tires, size 235-55-18 $100. Set of 4 tires and wheels size 255-70-17 for 06’ Ford F150 $100 OBO. Set of 4 tires and wheels size 23575-15 for 95’ Toyota $50 OBO. Call 435-820-4947. (0828tf)
192 Autos, New and Used 2001 CROWN VICTORIA, 96,000 miles, excellent condition, $4,995. 435749-2392, 435-748-2749. (08286b) 2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM, gold, 4 door, new tires, $4,400. Call 6304743.(08284p) 2005 CHEVY LT Tahoe, 57,000 miles, entertainment pkg, XM radio, loaded, great condition. 637-4499.(09044b)
for the amazing good service for such a low price.
KRAYNC MOTOR Est. 1945 435-650-1729 2005 CHEVY MALIBU, $3,500. 609-9925. (08234p)
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The Last Little Guy
2 YAMAHA WAVERUNNERS w/trailer, 1996 models $3,500. 435-749-2392. (08286b)
Natural Gas Fireplaces, Inserts, Stoves
Are You a Vet Friendly Employer?
PONTOON BOAT, 24’, full cabin cover, 120hp Merc motor, pop up changing & bathroom, fish finder, seats 14, new upholstery, sleeps 4, loaded. $14,900 435-749-2392, 435-7482749.(08286b)
Plant an ad for your business in the classifieds and watch your business grow!
196 Campers and Trailers 10’ ELKHORN CAMPER, stored inside, has A/C, 3600 watt generator, electric jack w/side extensions for dully truck, used very little. $11,500. Call 6503346.(0612tf) GOOD HUNTING trailer for sale. $650. 435-6500216.(0731tf)
200 Trucks and Vans 1993 CHEVY, EXT. cab, 4x4, runs good, new tires. $2,000 OBO 435-6090109.(0807tf) 1995 FORD F-350 dually with fully enclosed utility bed. Would make a great plumber, electrician, welder or handyman truck. New tires and battery. Runs great $4,000. 435820-4947.(0724tf)
You can sell almost anything in the classifieds. Call 637-0732 today.
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Sun Advocate 637-0732
In-County 6 months $25.00 1 year $42.00
In-County 6 months $12.50 1 year $25.00
In-State 6 months $28.00 1 year $46.00
In-State 6 months $16.00 1 year $30.00
Out-of-state: 6 months $36.00 1 year $61.00 Out-of-state: 6 months $19.00 1 year $35.00
192 Autos, New and Used
2012 Ford Focus SE
stk #167341 MSRP $21,140
stk #351582 MSRP $47,580
2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4x4
stk#370139 MSRP $34,710
2012 Ford F-150 Crew Cab XLT stk #125054 MSRP $38,255
Save Over $
8 ECOBOOST F-150’S AVAILABLE
2012 Dodge Ram 3500 Crew Cab 4x4
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2012 Ford F-250 Crew Cab XLT 4x4
FREE Spray in bed liner or
$500 gift card to Sportsman’s Corner with purchase of a new truck.
stk#128960 MSRP $48,910
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Auto Sales & Leasing • Parts & Service • Collision Repair Facility
The Price Auto Group , LLC 354 South Hwy 55, Price, Utah 84501
(435) 637-3360 • (435) 637-1972 • TOLL FREE 1-800-944-0219
“When only the best will do!”
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 OPENS 9AM
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 OPENS 9AM
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 OPENS 9AM
JUST TUG IT, TOW IT OR TELL US WHERE IT IS!
*With qualified credit. Plus all fees.
1355 S. CARBON AVE. PRICE, UTAH 1.888.588.3590
CHEVROLET • BUICK GMC • CADILLAC
YOUR CREDIT PROBLEMS ARE “GONE IN 60 SECONDS!”
Bring your trade/title/or payment book. Be prepared to take immediate delivery! ALL CREDIT APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED! NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. No Dealers Allowed Until Monday, September 10, 2012! Bankers will be on the premises. Don’t Wait, Hurry For Best Selection!
All you pay is $37.00 Acquisition Fee then take over the payments. All credit applications will be accepted. You may already be pre-approved for $17,500! Just ask your sales person.
NEW AND USED CARS, TRUCKS & VANS!
Choose from Subarus, Fords, Lincolns, Mercurys, Hondas, Toyotas, Nissans, Cadillacs, Dodges, Chryslers, Chevrolets, Buicks, Hyundais, Kias, Suzukis, Jeeps, Highlines, SUVs, All Makes of Trucks, and Hundreds More.
HUNDREDS OF VEHICLES ON HAND, OVER $3 MILLION WORTH OF INVENTORY WILL BE DISPOSED.
These vehicles have been acquired at incredible savings from Local Trades, Banks, Credit Unions, Lease Companies, Rental Companies, as well as other dealer’s inventories...
$37.00 AQUISITION FEE* Then Take Over The Payments!
FOR 4YouDAYS ONLY! Can Pay A
WE WON’T CLOSE UNTIL THE LAST CUSTOMER IS SERVED!! TONY BASSO CHEVROLET-BUICK-GMC-CADILLAC HAS JOINED FORCES WITH SEVERAL LENDERS FOR THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME EVENT.
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 OPENS 9AM
SPORT UTIL ITIES
SEPTEMBER 6 *With qualified credit. Plus all fees.
9AM UNTIL LAST CUSTOMER IS SERVED
1355 S. CARBON AVE. PRICE, UTAH 1.888.588.3590
9AM UNTIL LAST CUSTOMER IS SERVED
CHEVROLET • BUICK GMC • CADILLAC
9AM UNTIL LAST CUSTOMER IS SERVED 9AM UNTIL LAST CUSTOMER IS SERVED
FOR BEST SELECTION, COME EARLY! Warranties available on most vehicles.
THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!
You will never receive more money for your trade! Special appraisers will be on hand!
• Don’t Worry About Past Credit Problems . . . All credit applications will be accepted! • Don’t Be Concerned About Your Current Pay Off . . . We can help!
Pay the $37.00 Acquisition Fee* then take delivery!
$37.00 Acquistion Fee, Then Take Over The Payments! PICK YOUR VEHICLE - PICK YOUR PAYMENT!
You can choose from HUNDREDS OF VEHICLES . . . NEW and USED, IMPORTS and DOMESTIC cars or trucks . . . even UTILITY VEHICLES qualify. You can take immediate delivery of any vehicle simply by paying the
$37.00 ACQUISITION SALE!
FOR 4 DAYS ONLY!
Price, Utah has been selected as the exclusive site for this
PUBLIC NOTICE! $ 00 ACQUISITION 37
IT’S COMING TO PRICE!!
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10B •Sun Advocate •Emery County Progress •Smart Shopper Tuesday September 4, 2012 192 Autos, New and Used