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Published April 16, 2002

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Balanced rock creates natural backdrop for blossoms


Spring brings warm temperatures into the valley and nutures blossom trees on Canyon Street in Helper to frame Balance Rock. With the appearance of green buds, local residents have started to plant gardens. But the crucial question remains - will Apri...

CEU Lays Off Physical Plant Employees, Eliminates Student Forensics


Several students walk across an empty main parking lot at College of Eastern Utah on Monday morning. To the casual observer, it may have appeared that school was not in session. But the lot was closed off in preparation for construction of the new...

Supporters protest board decision to discontinue band program


A fifth grade student asks with the school board members to keep the elementary band program in place during the district's last public meeting. A debate regarding the elimination of the sixth grade band program took center stage at the meeting. ...

Helper officials consider implementing water conservation measures for city


Water may not be on the minds of Carbon County residents enjoying the pleasant spring temperatures.

Tourism advocates gather in Price meeting


Kathy Hanna-Smith discusses tourism strategies during the meeting last week with both Green River officials and other tourism partners.

A Special Team Comes to Town


As part of an ongoing program, experts visit the area to focus on the needs of children with disabilities. Three times a year, specialists from across the state visit the area to examine children with disabilities or those expected of having disabi...

Representatives from municipal departments report status of city functions to Helper council


Reports on various city functions followed the regular agenda at the Helper City Council meeting last Thursday night.

College of Eastern Utah Eagle staff members earn awards at Rocky Mountain Media Association event


The College of Eastern Utah's Eagle staff members brought home 24 awards from the Rocky Mountain Media Association's 78th annual conference.

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