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Published August 5, 2003

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Construction crews work to complete roof repairs at elementary school in Helper


Javier Arevalo works to complete roof improvements at Sally Mauro Elementary School in Helper.

International days brings smiles and fun for everyone


Carbon County residents enjoy the annual International Days parade by sharing laughs with a clown. Citizens from across the Castle Valley area enjoyed various activities during the three day event which took place July 31 through August 2. Each year,...

Government, recreation agencies discuss community center concept


Utah State Park Ranger Chad Wade looks out of his patrol boat during a recent swimming event at Scofield Reservoir. The quiet waters of the reservoir today belie the controversy that has raged for years about water in the area. The dam, located a f...

Officers arrest armed suspect


An incident involving law enforcement officers from across Carbon County concluded without violence on Horse Canyon Road following a car chase and a brief standoff on July 30.

Suv Collides with Motorcycle on U.S. 6, Accident Claims Two Lives


The first multiple fatality traffic accident in two years occurred in Carbon County last Saturday when an sports utility vehicle reportedly crossed the center line on U.S. Highway 6 and collided with an eastbound motorcycle near Sunnyside Junction....

National mine rescue competition conducted in Carbon County


Mine rescue competitors conduct first aid procedures on an accident victim.

Congressman visits Carbon County area


Congressman, Jim Matheson visits with Children's Justice Center coordinator, Terri Willis during the lawmakers recent visit to Carbon County. Matheson stopped by the children's facility for a tour of the facility and to learn about the services the c...

Producers say permits moving at snails pace


In the old days of oil, gas and mineral extraction, producers would just file a claim, set up a rig or mining operation, and hope that it would produce.

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