Ephraim is in . In the spring of 1854, some residents of went north to Cottonwood Creek and were later joined by settlers uprooted from Allred's settlement and recent immigrants from Denmark.

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Named for Newton E. Noyes, the is the administrative building on the campus, which is located in Ephraim, Utah. Photo: Ntsimp, CC0.

is a public community college in Ephraim, Utah. Photo: Ntsimp, CC0.


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