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Glenwood Cemetery tours dig up Park City’s mining history

The Park City Museum invites the public to check out the history buried at the Glenwood Cemetery. It’s hosting one-hour tours every Tuesday and Thursday through Sept 1, said Diane Knispel, Park City Museum education director. The tours, which cap at 15 people in a group, are slated to...
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After two early goals from Manti, Lady Dinos soccer falls in season opener

The Carbon Lady Dino soccer club got things going Thursday in Price when they welcomed in the Manti Templars. Manti found the back of the net twice in the first half and the Dinos couldn’t keep the pace as the Templars handed Carbon a loss 3-1 in the season opener in front of the hometown crowd.
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Gary Donald Faatz

Gary Donald Faatz was born in Mayfield, Utah on July 22, 1941, the son of Donald Carl Faatz and Barbara Devoda Voorhees. He married Oneita Sue Madsen Friday, July 13th 1963. He spent much of his professional life working for Ford Motor Company, and through this association, he was able to work in several areas of the country, including Michigan, Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico. Gary loved the outdoors and fostered this love in his children. The family often rode motorcycles, camped, and hiked. He was also a connoisseur of music and loved many genres including classical, rock, and particularly Jazz. As a young man, he played in a Jazz Quartet and was in the band that played at Oneita’s prom. They did not meet then. Instead, they were set up by Gary’s sister and navigated dating with the help of Gary’s enthusiastic family. He was a poet and an avid book collector, inspired by his passion for nature and the perfect word. He is survived by Oneita, his children: Erick D. (Alisa), Aaron G., Andrea (Daniel) Macfarlane, Christian (Jill) and Laura, as well as seven grandchildren.

Property Tax Relief Application 8/3/22

Millard County is accepting applications for “Low Income Abatements and Homeowner’s Tax Credit” or “Circuit Breakers.” Find out if you might qualify for this tax relief by answering the following questions:. • Are you 66 years or older as of December 31, 2022?. • Or...

3A South Football Media Day

RICHFIELD, Utah-Thursday, 3A South football media day occurred at the Quality Center with numerous student-athletes and coaches giving their thoughts on the upcoming season. Participating schools, in order of appearance, included Juab, North Sanpete, Canyon View, Carbon, Manti and Richfield. Richfield. 1:44 pm. The Richfield Wildcats concluded media day proceedings....
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David Harris Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Salina, UT

David Harris’s passing at the age of 83 on Monday, August 1, 2022 has been publicly announced. According to the funeral home, the following services have been scheduled: Graveside service, on August 8, 2022 at 1:00 pm, at Provo City Cemetery, 610 South State, Provo, UT. Legacy invites you...

1A Football Media Day At Richfield

RICHFIELD, Utah-Tuesday, the Quality Center at the Quality Inn of Richfield hosted the 1A Football Media Day. The participating schools were Water Canyon, Gunnison Valley, Enterprise, Kanab, Milford, North Sevier and Duchesne. Eight-man football is being played for the first time in Utah this year and two of the teams...

2A South Football Media Day

RICHFIELD, Utah-Wednesday, the 2A South football media day was hosted by the Quality Center of Richfield. Featured teams included South Sevier, Delta, Grand, Millard, Beaver and San Juan. San Juan. 1:43 pm. The San Juan Broncos were represented by head coach Barkley Christensen, quarterback Parker Snyder, receiver Colin Baker, linebacker...

Tyler James Walbeck

Tyler James Walbeck passed away July 15, 2022, after a tragic automobile accident in Richfield, Utah. He was born June 3, 1980, in Logan, Utah, to William Blake and Rebecca Walbeck. Tyler moved quite a bit in his life. In fact, he lived in two states, three towns and four...

Boyd Don Jensen

My beloved husband and Gentle Giant, brother, uncle and friend, Boyd Don Jensen, peacefully slipped away from us on Monday, July 25, 2022, at the Fillmore Community Hospital in Fillmore, Utah, from complications of pancreatic cancer. He was born in Provo, Utah to Clarence Nels and Thelma Wilson Jensen on...

County declares state of emergency over wildfire

Halfway Hill Fire’s damage to drainage raises flood worries. As the Halfway Hill Fire nears 80 percent containment, local officials are busy working to mitigate other wildfire-related calamities, namely potential flooding. County officials declared a state of emergency on July 15; the county commission ratified it last Tuesday. The...

Utah Wildfire alert: Halfway Hill Fire update

Incident location: 3 Mi SE of Fillmore UT Impacted area: 11728 Acres. The Halfway Hill Fire was detected on July 8, 2022, at about 2:00 PM. Although fire crews quickly responded, the fire grew significantly in the first few hours, prompting the evacuation of homes and recreation areas. Evacuations were lifted on the evening of July 13, once a portion of the fire perimeter adjacent to the subdivision was contained.  The Fishlake NF has an area and road closure in effect.  Great Basin Incident Management Team 4 assumed command on July 10, operating from a camp at the Millard County Fairgrounds.

Man serving time for wild police shootout now accused of stabbing inmate

GUNNISON — A man serving up to life in prison for getting into a wild shootout with police is facing new charges accusing him of stabbing an inmate at the prison. Arturo Gallemore-Jimenez, 41, of Clearfield, was charged last week in 6th District Court with aggravated assault resulting in serious injury, a first-degree felony; and possessing items prohibited in a correctional facility, a second-degree felony.
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Way We Were: Enlivening the Glenwood Cemetery

Established in 1885, the Glenwood Cemetery’s five acres were purchased by Park City’s fraternal organizations to provide a final resting place for their members – many of whom were miners – and their families. Today, the Glenwood is a peaceful refuge; People walk along its trails under the canopy of aspen trees, and it serves as a sanctuary for natural vegetation, wildflowers, and animals.

Richard Barton leaving role as administrator at Richfield High to serve as an executive director of NIAAA in Indianapolis

Longtime Richfield High athletic director and assistant principal Richard Barton is leaving his post in rural Utah after 29 years to take on a larger role on a national level. Next week Barton is relocating to Indianapolis to join the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association as an assistant executive director. He’s been the athletic director and assistant principal at Richfield High for the past 24 years.