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Published May 16, 2002

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Cooperative Effort Culminating with Deer Barrier on U.S. 6


Crews install poles as part of a safety project on U.S. Highway 6. The state transportation department and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources have been working on barriers to keep deer off the highway between Consumers Road and Helper for several we...

Statewide closed fire season declared


The state forester has declared a closed burn season for all of Utah, extending through Oct. 31. A closed season requires residents to secure permits prior to open burning. Permits are available from wardens, local fire chiefs and county sheriffs as ...

Law enforcement implements buckled or busted Memorial Day seatbelt stance


Survey data indicate a significant increase in seatbelt usage at locations across Utah. To ensure that motorists are complying with the laws, Utah law enforcement officers will be on the look out for drivers and passengers not wearing seatbelts durin...

Helper discusses water status, approves equipment purchase


The Helper City Council meeting May 9 started with a resident raising an issue regarding a comment made at the last public gathering by Mayor Joe Bonacci.

Association challenges Utah 'hidden' tax hike


Carbon County residents may not be aware that Utah virtually raises the state's individual income taxes by $4 million annually. Exceeding inflation and population growth, the $4 million increase occurs without debate, discussion or vote, maintains th...

Pet's companions assume liability for canine attacks


The United States Postal Service is launching a week-long public education campaign aimed at preventing dog bite incidents.

Simple home and yard improvements may prove to be dangerous when working near power lines


Home improvements often begin in the spring. Power companies are urging residents to use caution near power lines when working outdoors. Utah Power is also asking residents to be selective when planting trees which may cause havoc with power lines ...

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