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Published August 12, 2004

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Restaurant tax money funds roof project at Main Street park stage in Helper


Brian Wing finishes a concrete support pad for the roof at Helper's Main Street park stage. Money for the project was awarded by the restaurant tax committee and county commission. The roof will protect performers and equipment from the elements duri...

Conservation specialist restores rock art panel


Conservation specialist Constance Silvers focuses on removing graffiti at the Buckhorn Wash Panel last weekend. The original mess became worse when an unidentified and untrained individual attempted to clean the panel. The restoration has been com...

Stange, eerie light accompanies smoke into Carbon County


Smoke from a wildfire near Levan more than 100 miles away drifts over Carbon County, producing a strange eerie glow as the sunlight filtered through the haze. Many Carbon residents initially thought the fire was in the Scofield or Hiawatha area. By T...

UDOT Exploring Options for SR-10


Traffic, including a coal-haul truck, rushes along SR-10 near the Four Mile Hill. UDOT will host the second public meeting regarding traffic conditions on the narrow stretch of the highway from Stake Farm Road to U.S. 6 on Aug. 17 at the Carbon Co...

U.S. Agency Compiles Utah Water Use Data


Every five years, the United States Geological Survey compiles and releases data on water usage in Utah along with locations across the nation.

Private Property RV Camp Code Creates Planning, Zoning Dilemma


Every spring, Carbon's planning and zoning office is flooded with calls from residents who want to park trailers, campers or motor homes on private property in the mountainous areas of the county....

Construction on waterline high on hill


This trackhoe is working high on the steep side of a hill to install the new Helper water line from Fish Springs. Over the years the line that was on top of the ground in many places had sustained damage from a number of natural and unnatural sources...

Microbursts cause damage in Wellington


Tornado-like winds hit east Wellington Tuesday afternoon sending the side of a lean-to and its roof flying onto a neighbors house, causing extensive damage. Shauna and Dean Hadden were having a yard sale when the storm hit and their daughter Kacie s...

Carbon County's family support center coordinates 2004 school giveaway program


Jennifer Marakis organizes shoes and clothing items like socks, underwear and shirts during last week's school giveaway program at the Carbon County family support center, located on the corner of 100 North and 300 East in Price. For six years, the c...

Locals honored with Golden Key awards


"It's a great day Eastern Utah," began Diane Russell, director of the governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities at their annual awards luncheon Wednesday at the Price Elk's Club. Russell told the large audience that this was the ...

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