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Published October 14, 2004

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Second grade students prepare to compete in 2004 pumpkin decorating contest


Second graders Chris Shaw, Zac Miller, Vincent Anella and Kody Quarnburg grab for pumpkins to decorate in Gerri Tabone's class on Wednesday. The 2004 event is the second year of the pumpkin giveaway and decoration contest, sponsored by Richard Hackwe...

Carbon residents donate blood at community drive in Helper


Julie Jorgensen applies pressure as an American Red Cross lab technician removes a needle from her arm during a community blood drive at the Helper auditorium on Oct. 12.

Health fair attracts hundreds of people


Allie Strakey checks Darlene Conder's blood pressure at last weekend's health fair. Hundreds of people entering the BDAC were met by medical professionals offering educational information. The event was sponsored by the community health awareness tea...

Price mayor joins homeless initiative


Homelessness is a problem that plagues most societies. It is a common misconception, though, that homelessness exists only in large urban cities and is not a concern in more rural areas like Carbon County....

BLM Extends Comment Period on Resource Management Draft


The United States Bureau of Land Management has extended the comment period on the Price field office's draft resource management plan until Nov. 29.

East Carbon citizens form community coalition


Some East Carbon residents have banded to improve the community and presented the plan to the city council on Tuesday.

Clergy bless animals at St. Anthony's, St. Matthew's events


At top, Fr. Matthew R. Brozovic from Uniontown, Pa., blesses a cat during a special celebration scheduled at the St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Helper on Oct. 3.

Frontier Project gives awards to celebrate


Dr. Curtis Sudweeks hugs Zena Robinson, the director of the Frontier Project during an awards ceremony at the agencies seminar on Sept. 23. The Frontier Project was formed to bring together social service agencies to help families with troubled youth...

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