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Published August 12, 2004


Radiation didn't stop at Richfield during fifties atomic bomb tests

One by one, they came up to the microphone to tell their heartbreaking stories of how cancer had affected their lives. Downwinders in Utah who have not been eligible for compensation under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) have another ...

Can't public housing have non-smoking units?

We recently sent the following letter to Senator Orrin Hatch about our dilemma and we would like Carbon County to hear our concerns as well by seeing what we sent to him.

Paying own way may solve education woes in Utah

The rapid population growth that occurred in Utah during the 1990's is expected to continue for the next thirty years. The challenges presented by the significant growth underlie many of the other top issues facing this state....

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