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Published July 6, 2004

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Construction phase nearing completion on communications tower near Helper


Jason Lewellyn and Councilman Robert Welch work on the top piece of a new communications tower while Helper Police Chief George Zamantakis stands below assisting in the process. The tower will provide emergency personnel additional radio band coverag...

Volunteers prepare delicacies for Greek Festival on July 9, 10


Sherrie Vlamakis, Mary Kourianos and Cathy Douros prepare ethnic delicacies like baklava for the Greek Festival. Slated July 9 and July 10 at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Price, the 13th annual event's menu will also include karathopeta, ...

Emergency personnel respond to July 1 auto-bicycle accident at Price intersection


Emergency crews and law enforcement personnel at the scene of a July 1 vehicle-bicycle accident at intersection of Airport Road and Main Street in Price. Price Police Officer Roger Taylor investigated the mishap, which occurred last Thursday at appro...

UMWA Indicates Mine Labor Dispute Resolved


A sign proclaiming the demands of idle workers from the Co-op Mine leaned against the picketers trailer during a group meeting at the kiosk across the street in late March. This past week it was reported that the situation has been settled and work...

Nine Mile board discusses canyon visitor fee concept


When the Nine Mile advisory board meets monthly, the members discuss issues related to the canyon.

U.S. Government Earmarks Pilt Monies for Carbon County, Utah


The United States government will allocate $607,827 in federal payment in lieu of tax monies to Carbon County.

Media Frenzy: the world comes to Carbon county


Associated Press photographer takes aim at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum Wednesday.

Runners pass through Utah in nationwide race


Bob Brown from England gets a cool drink and a word of encouragement from his crew Roger and Jan Randall as he runs through Spring Glen on his was into Helper.

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