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Published July 13, 2004

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Trucker incurs minor injuries when tractor-propane tanker rolls in Indian Canyon


A tractor and tanker-trailer filled with propane lie at the bottom of a wash in Indian Canyon following a single-vehicle accident 10 miles west of Helper last Friday. Operated by 46-year-old Nathan L. Nazer of Roosevelt, the tractor-trailer drifted o...

Community Daze activities attract younger, older residents


Little boxers with big gloves sock it out during the Sunnyside Daze celebration last Friday and Saturday. Residents from Sunnyside, East Carbon, Columbia and the county took part in the festivities which included everything from horse shoe throwing t...

Rerouting traffic protects rock art panel in Nine Mile Canyon


Carbon building and zoning director Dave Levanger shows the petroglyphs located neat the Great Hunt Panel in Cottonwood Canyon to Loretta and Dominique Perez of Los Angeles, Calif. The two decided to visit Nine Mile area after hearing about the ro...

Helper police stop automobile, arrest suspects on drug charges


Seven grams of suspected cocaine were found at 63 N. Main Street in Helper on July 2. According to Police Chief George Zamantakis, local officers do not see the drug very often, although it is beginning to come back....

Commission fields questions about ambulance garage


The county ambulance garage is falling apart and Carbon commissioners plan to construct a new building to for the emergency service.

Fremont Findings: Ranch Creek findings expected to help in understanding Fremonts


The Fremont story is really a Utah story. It's a story of a culture of farmers who settled throughout most of Utah about 1000 years ago. Archaeologists have been trying to understand this prehistoric people for years by interpreting the material rema...

Celebrating with Food and Dance


For the past 32 years Carbon county has been enlightened with the Greek Festival Days. Held last weekend, spotlighting the Greek culture, the event drew another record crowd with traditional Greek foods and dancing. People have come to enjoy pastries...

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