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Published May 28, 2002

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Suv Reportedly Evades Collision on U.S. 6, Careens Down Embankment Into River

Rescue workers from the Helper City Fire Department and the Utah Highway Patrol carry a victim injured in a traffic accident Saturday afternoon up the embankment that leads to the Price River. An alleged improper passing incident purportedly forced t...

Eastern Utah woman garners honor

Eastern Utah's woman of the year recognition belongs to Leslie Tallerico. She has served on the Helper Main Street and library boards, the city board of adjustments and American Cancer Society. For 10 years, she acted as overseer for a float in the E...

Check regs before placing markers

Headstones mark the final resting place for residents who have passed away. But the stones often do not meet cemetery regulations.

County panel exploring consumers dam concept

The idea of developing a middle drainage reservoir in Carbon County has been around for years. At the first meeting of the water development advisory committee formed by the county, the concept was the main topic of discussion....

Helper city discusses water concerns at public meeting

The Helper City Council opened last Thursday public to allow citizens to voice comments about issues plaguing residents. One issue involves the water restrictions in place in the city....

Utah, nation struggle to recover from employment losses

Financial problems and employment losses continue to plague residents in Utah and across the United States.

Graveside markers salute veterans for risking lives, serving country with pride

Special memorial crosses line the lawn at Mountain View Cemetery in remembrance of the American veterans from Helper city who have passed away. The grave markers serve as a poignant reminder of the all military veterans who risked their lives and ser...

State presents 2002 Olympic torch to Carbon High School

Carbon High principal Robert Cox places an official Olympic torch in the symbol's holder, installed on a wall at the school in Price. The torch was presented to the CHS to display as part of a statewide campaign allowing all high schools in the Utah ...

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