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Published August 13, 2002

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Tractor rolls, emergency personnel transport injured Wellington man to hospital


Emergency personnel strive to free a 19-year-old victim trapped under a tractor last Friday. The accident sent the Wellington man to Castleview Hospital with severe injuries. Clint Cloward, who was working in his family's yard, was trapped underneath...

U.S. 6 Construction Starts at Colton


Crews under the Utah Department of Transportation work on the bridge spanning Price River at Colton. The workers are operating in the south lane of the roadway crossing the bridge. The plan calls for resurfacing and chip and seal from Colton to Helpe...

Mishap reaffirms importance of motorists exercising caution


Witnesses fill out reports following an automobile-pedestrian accident last Friday. The mishap occurred at the Carbon Avenue and Main crosswalk in Price. The pedestrian was not seriously injured, but the incident should remind motorists to remain ale...

Commission focuses on disaster preparedness


Two informational sessions highlighted the Carbon County Commission meeting on Aug. 7. Officials from state emergency services and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources spent time telling the commissioners about plans and projects that will affect ...

U.S. Census Department Compiles Profiles for Utah


The United States Census Bureau recently released the 2000 profiles of Utah's social and economic characteristics.

Agencies update status of state, national economies


Utah's unemployment rate for July 2002 registered at 5.1 percent, continuing a yearlong trend of hovering in the low to mid 5 percent range and reflecting the persistent difficulty in sustaining employment in the current labor market....

Officials solicit San Rafael input


Last week, federal, state and Emery County government leaders announced a community dialogue process designed to explore the question as to whether the San Rafael Swell should be designated a national monument....

Gettin' ready for school at Helper JHS


Workers haul desks back into Helper Junior High after they are pressure washed on the front lawn of the building in preparation for classes beginning next week. While construction on the building is hopping, custodial crews are cleaning up after the ...

Mining equipment still stands where it was left years ago


Numerous cable cars are suspended from cables above Sunnyside where mining operations ceased years ago. It looks in some places like the shift ended and the workers just walked away from the equipment. Rusty and old, it still stands as a monument to ...

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