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Published April 23, 2002

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Local youngsters participate at event planned for children

Four-year old Vanessa Schade enjoys special activities planned for area youngsters last Saturday at College of Eastern Utah. The event was part of the Month of the Young Child Olympics. Youngsters were involved in many stations hosted by the Carbon...

Canyons surrounding valley remain dry, substandard moisture levels continue

Dry canyons may represent the normal type of scenery in Carbon County, but the mountains are drier than almost any time in the past. While a little moisture hit the area last weekend, it wasn't even enough to wet the whistle of nature. Much of the sn...

Team evaluates region child, family services

Reporting on the strengths of the Region Division of Family and Child Services is Laura Cameron from the Office of Services Review. Cameron was part of a presentation made April 19 regarding the state service....

Commission grants restaurant tax revenues to fund projects in area

The Carbon County Commission was recently advised that because of the disposition of a couple of court cases in the state, the granting of restaurant tax monies to certain types of organizations, some of which received money from the fund in the past...

Demos select candidates, while state weighs delay for primary election date

Last Friday night, the Carbon County Democratic Party selected their candidates for the primary election scheduled for June 25.

College announces May 4 graduation activities

The College of Eastern Utah has scheduled the 2002 graduation ceremony on May 4 at 10:30 a.m. at the Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center.

Wellington once hub of cold industry

Wellington was once the center of dry ice production in Utah. The large dry ice plant operated from the early 1900's of the century up through the middle part of the century.

Caring Adults receive state award for community service

The local group Carbon County Caring Adults received the prestigious 2001 Red Wagon Award. The award was presented to Anne Mackiewicz and Kathy Murray, steering committee chairpeople....

Students Win WAAIME Prizes for Themselves and Their Schools

Pictured from Castle Heights Elementary are Melissa King, McKell Dickson, Connie Hamilton and WAAIME Representative Joyce Worley with daughter Morgan.

Dinofeast activities, silent auction slated on April 26

The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum will host the 2002 Dinofeast on April 26.

Women's conference, workshop sessions scheduled

The College of Eastern Utah's annual women's conference is slated for April 26 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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