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 Representatives From several governmental agencies participated in a ceremonial groundbreaking for Enoch's new emergency watershed project. |  PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF ENOCH
Representatives From several governmental agencies participated in a ceremonial groundbreaking for Enoch's new emergency watershed project. | PHOTO COURTESY OF CITY OF ENOCH
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Ground broken for Enoch flood project
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ENOCH — Members of the Enoch City Council and attendees of the city’s regular meeting took a field trip on Oct. 15. Representatives from several governmental bodies took part in a ceremonial groundbreaking for Enoch’s emergency watershed project. The project is a $1.3 million effort to help keep floodwaters at bay in the case of a major rainstorm. “We want to go down there and just signify that this is a great thing for Enoch City,” Enoch City Manager Rob Dotson said. “There are people who experienced a tragedy in their lives (during the flood of August 2012) … It was pretty severe and ever...
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by LYLE GOULDING
Iron County News
Ground broken for Enoch flood project
ENOCH — Members of the Enoch City Council and attendees of the city’s regular meeting took a field trip on Oct. 15. Representatives from several governmental bodies took part in a ceremonial ground...
Oct 22, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
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Coordinating Council discusses ambulance service privatization
IRON COUNTY – The Iron County Coordinating Council met on Oct. 15 to hear a report from County Commissioner David Miller and to discuss matters related to the possible privatization of the county’s...
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Livestock & Heritage Festival to honor area’s history
CEDAR CITY – The annual Cedar Livestock & Heritage Festival will return this year with draft horses, antique tractors, cowboy poetry, Dutch oven cooking, western vendors, a sheepdog demonstration, ...
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Cedar City’s haunted past more than a ghost story
CEDAR CITY – The Frontier Homestead State Park hosted its popular Halloween tradition, More Than Ghost Stories, on Oct. 16 with the help of Southern Utah Paranormal investigations. SUP members, inc...
Oct 22, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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