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Published August 14, 2001

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Helper explores abandoning alleys


The Helper council met last Thursday and officials considered a number of items concerning city business, including the idea of abandoning alleyways to private landowners.

Census bureau releases Utah demographic data


The United States Census Bureau has released the federal agency's first demographic data file for Utah.

Questar constructing natural gas compression station


To go along with the installation of a new natural gas transmission line is the construction of a new compression station that will contain two new 7,300 horse-power gas powered compressors....

Castle Country focuses on energy while embracing arts


Carbon County is a study in contradiction - from the drab, dull browns and greys of the surrounding bluffs that can change with the blink of an eye to spectacular shades of purple as the light shifts, to characters who can ruin a master's canvass wit...

Utah CIB Awards Grants, Loans for Local Improvement Projects


A record 27 government entities in rural Utah will receive $11.3 million for local improvement projects.

Taxpayers group questions state's real estate division, county equalization boards stance in property appeals


The ability of ordinary citizens to obtain affordable assistance in appealing property assessments is being threatened by the commerce department's real estate division and some county boards of equalization, according to the Utah Tax Payers Associa...

Regents Chair Announces Ucat Appointments


Legislation creating the Utah College of Applied Technology establishes 11 new boards of trustees, one each for 10 regional centers and one for UCAT as a whole.

Utah environmental epidemiology program highlights cancer risks, discusses requests for cluster investigations


Utah's environmental epidemiology program often receives requests from local health departments and the general public to investigate possible clusters of cancer.

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