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Published April 24, 2003

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Zoning request turns into discussion about roads

This railroad crossing at 1500 West and Carbonville Road is in the center of the resident's concern in the area about a number of road issues. Often vehicles must stop on the tracks when waiting to pull onto Carbonville Road. The crossing is also o...

Utah charter schools evaluated by study

Kasley Donathan and Daniele Oman pick up their lunch while Matt Huff works behind the counter at the Pinnacle Canyon Academy in Carbonville. While there are differences for children that attend the charter school, lunch is one thing that is pretty ...

Helper City water restrictions in place

A Carbon County sidewalk lies underneath a pool of water which backed up from a runoff ditch. As the weather heats up, residents are pulling out garden hoses and watering their yards. Before doing so however, residents must be aware of any water rest...

Helper singers present donatation

Helper Mayor Joe Bonacci thanks the Sally Mauro Singers for their donation to the Rio Theater. The singing group conducted a fundraiser by selling cookie dough to raise money for the Helper facility. The money was donated to the city to use for any c...

Emery Telcom contributes to scholarship funding

Time is running out for Carbon and Emery county high school seniors to dial into Emery Telcom's 2003 student scholarships. The telecommunications company is accepting scholarship award applications through April 25 for Emery County, and May 9 for Car...

Utah celebrates national tourism week, May 10-18

The Utah Tourism Industry Coalition (UTIC) is announces that National Tourism Week will be celebrated in Utah, May 10- 18. This 20th annual celebration will highlight contributions of the travel and tourism industry to the U.S. economy....

Construction starts up again

The construction on U.S. Highway 6 that began last spring between Sheep Creek Road and the crossover bridge that rises above the Union Pacific tracks, just north of Tucker, has begun again in earnest....

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