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Election Results for Morgan County

With 100% of the election night voting tallied, the following are the results for Morgan County.  These results are not the final certified results. ...
Tina Kelley

Meet the Candidate – Tina Kelley County Council District 1

Election time can electrify a county. The race for District 1 County Council has been a heated battle in Morgan County. The Morgan County News...

Meet the Candidate – Tina Cannon – County Council District 1

Election time can electrify a county. The race for District 1 County Council has been a heated battle in Morgan County. The Morgan County News...

District 53 Legislative Debate

Local Legislator, Logan Wilde went toe to toe with his democratic opponent, Chris Neville at Morgan High School on October 10th. The debate which...

Meeting Proposed for Water Source Protection

At Tuesday night’s county council meeting water was once again a big discussion. Bart Smith spoke to the county council to propose a new...

Recreation Urges Voters to Vote YES to Proposition 22

As the November 6th election approaches the Morgan County Recreation department hopes to remind voters of the RAMP tax option on the ballot. Morgan...

What Voters Should Know About New Government Study Committee

Midterm elections are just around the corner. But candidates aren’t the only important votes for the November 6th ballot. One of the critical votes...

What Voters Should Know About Proposition 1

You may have seen the signs for Proposition 1, formally titled “Nonbinding Opinion Question No. 1.” This ballot item is a Legislature-approved question. It...

Morgan County Fire asks for residents participation in creating a Community Wildfire Protections Plan...

A Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) aimed at reducing risks from wildfires in your community is being created over the next few months. The...

What Voters Should Know About Prop 2 and 3

For over a year there has been a healthy debate and divide over the future of medical marijuana in Utah. But Governor Gary Herbert...