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Published April 29, 2004

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Mosquito abatement taking place at locations throughout Carbon County


Pat Vigil, a Carbon County mosquito abatement employee, throws granules containing larvacide into a stagnant water pool in Miller Creek. The pool often serves as a breeding ground for mosquitos. Many county agencies are preparing for the onslaught of...

Price City Joins CEU's Cleanup Effort


Price city crews assist the College of Eastern Utah 's efforts to prepare the local campus for graduation on Saturday. Mayor Joe Piccolo offered to help with the cleanup, understanding that visitors from outside the area will be in town for the event...

Carbon, Emery County guardsmen expected to return from overseas duty next week


Carbon County residents rally in a community-wide show of support for the Utah National Guard 1457th Engineering Battalion. The unit was activated and deployed overseas last year. The guardsmen from Emery and Carbon counties are expected to return t...

County negotiating with Union Pacific for rights of way on road


Deteriorating retaining walls are slated to be repaired or replaced when the Utah Department of Transportation begins an improvement project on the Carbonville road. Currently, however, the project is awaiting permission on rights of way from Union...

Authorities apprehend suspect in burglary case


On April 21, the Helper City Police Department responded to a burglary complaint at a private residence on Stack Street.

Voter survey identifies issues for state election candidates to address


Citizens in Carbon County and at locations across Utah feel optimistic about the state's future.

Helper Officials Consider Permitting ATV Travel Along Streets Within City


On April 15, the Helper council temporarily tabled a measure that would allow citizens to use all-terrain vehicles, primarily four-wheelers and motorcycles, on city streets to gain access to trails surrounding the town....

Student art show displays some unusual mediums


A student art show at the College of Eastern Utah's Gallery East is displaying some unusual art on some unusual canvas' until graduation at the end of this week. All types of art, both inside and outside of the gallery that is located in the Student ...

Carbon High special education teacher named Woman of the Year


Vale Himonas addresses the attendees of the College of Eastern Utah's Woman's Conference as the Woman of the Year 2004.

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