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Published October 12, 2004

Local News

UHP Seatbelt Convincer Reinforces Importance Of Buckling Up During Awareness Fair


A local youth learns about the importance of buckling up from a Utah Highway Patrolman during the Carbon County Community Awareness Fair last Thursday. The seatbelt convincer provided fair participants with a firsthand experience of force created by ...

Mission in Helper undergoing face-lift


Employees of O'Shea Painting Company give the Golden Rule Mission in downtown Helper a face-lift. Local contractors and construction companies are rushing to complete renovation projects before winter weather conditions arrive in the Castle Valley ar...

Exercise caution to reduce dangers associated with Halloween activities


A local store offers pumpkins and other Halloween goodies to Carbon County residents. As the fall holiday approaches, parents should prepare their children to have a safe and fun Halloween experience....

County participates in rural action plan development process


Carbon and Emery County representatives participated in locally prioritizing 13 economic development objectives outlined in a preliminary action plan presented at a regional rural Utah partnership meeting in Price last Thursday....

Nine Mile committee discusses road project


A number of issues were included on the meeting agenda of the Nine Mile advisory committee last Thursday. But one topic dominated the meeting: a proposal by Commissioner Bill Krompel for Carbon and Duchesne County to proceed with a plan to begin the ...

Health district confirms shortage of flu vaccine


Last Tuesday, the British government suspended the license and flu vaccine shipments of Chiron Corporation.

Carbon High School Homecoming


Many faces make up Homecoming. Parade float riders included the painted as well as those that rode high on the top of a motor home down the entirety of Main Street. The royalty also rode in the parade and then were honored that evening at halftime of...

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