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    • 1904, May 27

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    • Fri. May 27, 1904: Ther. Sultry, Wea. Partly cldy. Hauled a little hay from the rocky Ridge, printed photos this pm. Saturday 28: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, Cut the lucerne below the point, about six or seven acres in all. Sunday 29: Ther. Warm.,...
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    • Lerin Porter--$135,000. Decision to reject all bids. Mayor Whetten was authorized to t r y to negotiate the sale [ f o r more money) . Feb. 5, 1970.. .Joseph Zitting requests that the City approve a State Mini-Bottle Store in connection with the...
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    • Aug. 2 0 . 1970.. .Mayor Whetten appointed Clarence Miller to the planning and Zoning Commission. Ray Christensen, of the F. A. A . , met with the Council to discuss more space at the Airport for F.A.A. Offices. He stated that they could use 3,000...
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    • Sunday, February 4, 1892, was the concluding day of a four-day conference held in Colonia Juarez. At this conference, Apostle George Teasdale, President of the Mexican Mission, chose the leaders of the new mission. He appointed Alex F. Macdonald...
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    • housed the collection in his warehouse, f r e e of charge, for two years. Councilman Hunter asked to have an opinion of City Attorney Gardner as to the owner of the Collection and if it belongs to the City he would like to have the Collection moved...
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    • July 1 9 , 1973. . .Ellen Simkins, City Recorder, intends to retire on September 1 . (City employed Yorke S. Nelson a s Recorder. 1 Motion was made by Councilman Larson to adopt the ordinance granting a thirty year franchise to California Pacific...
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    • Because some homes in the Thorley Subdivision, 250 South 1000 West, have been having low water p r e s s u r e problems, the Utah State Health Department has given Cedar City a 'Not Approved' r a t i n g , and no Government financing is available...
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    • Testimonial videos 35 Appendix A Interview Questions 1. Tell us about your operation - acres, tons, cuttings, climate, etc. 2. How did you hear about the DewPoint 6110? 3. What peaked your interest and made you look into getting one? 4. What made...
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    • pipeline for culinary water to the Plant will be needed o r drinking water will have to be hauled to the Plant for the employees. (1975 North Bulldog Road) May 15, 1975.. .Mayor Kerry Jones held a public hearing to consider the final action on the...
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    • were wearing the clothing of the murdered men. These Indians would not talk, except to say that they did not kill the white men. Thinking the Indians were lying, the Militia men killed them and left them in the snow. Years later, when the truth...
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    • Chamberlain and their wives and families. They had built a good fort enclosure and had about sixty acres of land under cultivation. The Cedar brethren occupied the time in church meeting the next morning and got on their way. As there was a thunder...
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    • most of the work. They raised a good crop of com that year. At this time, according to Broughton, "Edward [ten years old] was working for his keep, living with Lucian Mecham and his wife who were running a hotel in Chihuahua City." When Sarah...
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    • Jack Whiting took t h e Oath of Office. The City Attorney informed the Council that the matter of ownership of t h e Cox Building on Main Street i s still in litigation, and no f u r t h e r action can be taken a t this time. Feb. 5 , 1976.. .The...
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    • Oct. 14, 1976.. .City Manager informed the Council that last Sunday a major water line broke in the Highland Drive area. Residents asked to meet with the Council in order to help them solve their problems. (Soil subsidence in the northeast section...
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    • Johnny." This horse always pulled them out of the mud and got them started in the morning." .At the time that the Cedar City men were lumbering, other features of the h i l d i n g were being pushed. The college hill property containing 15 acres,...
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    • dedicated on Christmas day, which day will long be remembered among us. In the morning the Indians [Pihedes], to the amount of some 300, women and children included, gathered into the Fort. We preached to them in their own language and made them a...
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    • March 7 . 1 9 1 4 . . .Mayor suggested that the City Park be plowed and reseeded with orchard grass. No action. April 2. 1914.. .On motion Councilman Thorley, the item of South and West Field, owing the City $38.28 for several years, was stricken...

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