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Matt Creamer is due to retire from the position of Richfield City administrator at the end of the month.

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Richfield High School’s girls’ soccer team dropped from a fifth place ranking in the 3A division to sixth place after suffering two close losses last week. The first was a 2-1 loss to the Lady Dinos of Carbon on their home field in Richfield, Sept. 10, and then a 3-2 road defeat by the Lady …

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GOOSEBERRY — The annual Gooseberry trip celebrated its 40th year last week as third graders from Sevier and Piute counties took turns at an overnight camp.

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An anti-tobacco coalition selected three high school students from Sevier County to represent Utah during the Truth Action Summit in Los Angeles, California, Aug. 1-3.

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At times it may feel a bit like a maze as crews shutdown roads so they can be repaired, resurfaced or in some cases rebuilt throughout Richfield City.

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GUNNISON — An event started last year grew Saturday as the Gunnison Gut Check continued raising money for soldiers, their families and first responders.

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As Piute and Sevier school districts begin the new year with $897,795 in School LAND Trust Funds, its share of a record $82.66 million, the School Children’s Trust Section at the Utah State Board of Education urges parents to join their School Community Councils to help determine how to best…

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SALINA – The Wolf Women of North Sevier High School suffered a 3-0 road loss to the Lady Bobcats in Panguitch, Sept. 5. The Lady Bobcats won the non-conference bout in three sets – the first set 25-14, the second set 25-10 and the third a close 27-25. 

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 PIUTE – The Lady Thunderbirds of Piute High School hosted and were defeated, 3-0, by the Lady Tigers of Milford, Sept. 4, and then beat the third ranked Lady Buffalos of Valley, 3-1, Friday.

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Richfield High School’s girls’ tennis team hosted the Lady Templars of Manti in Richfield, Sept. 4. The Lady Templars defeated the Lady Wildcats, 3-2. 

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SALINA – North Sevier High Schools’ football team hosted and lost, 54-6, a bout against the second ranked Beavers in Salina Friday night.