|Published February 26, 2002|
Commissioners delay acting on exploration company requests
While oil and gas companies exploring for minerals may appear like a boom to many people in Carbon County, to some residents the activities seem to be more of a bust. That was the feeling expressed by many citizens who spoke at a conditional use ...
Castle Dale Motorist Incurs Minor Injuries After Vehicle Hits Snowdrift on U.S. 6
The culmination of the Olympics means Utah's highways are packed with motorists. Not many accidents have occurred due to traffic congestion. However, one mishap did occur Monday near Soldier Summit....
Outlook report attributes Utah's economic slump to national, global recession
Utah's economy slowed down during 2001, especially following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Law enforcement investigators arrest suspect in Helper drug case
An individual with a felony record in three states was arrested last Wednesday morning in Helper on drug charges.
Eliminating life-threatening dangers encountered by youngsters
Being a child is not always simply a matter of fun and games. In fact, children face many life-threatening dangers on a daily basis that are often times overlooked by adults.
American Cancer Society kicks off Relay for Life activities
Pat Robertson, a cancer survivor, speaks to a crowd of local relay for life supporters. The presentation was part of the kickoff for the event which raises awareness and works with the community to fight cancer. As part of the 2002 activities, relay ...
Troop members, cubmaster tour newspaper office in Price
Jacee Ashby, production manager of the Sun Advocate, explains how the stories, advertising and pictures flow through the computer onto the newspaper pages to the members of Cub Scout Troop 907. The pages are later imaged and burned onto aluminum plat...
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