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Published November 30, 2004

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Santa Claus visits with youngsters at Helper lights on ceremony


Tiffany Kinder lets her mother, Bridget, know she does not want to sit on Santa's lap at the Helper Civic Auditorium on Nov. 26. As part of Christmas Town Utah's lights on ceremony, Santa Claus visited with a long line of area children. Holiday fest...

Ice Removed at CEU Museum in Price


Duane Taylor scatters salt across the sidewalk at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum to keep the pathways safe.

Former Co-op Strikers Approach MSHA with Safety Allegation


Representing former strikers, Bill Estrada outlines several safety and union voting concerns involving C.W. Mining Company. Following Monday's press conference in Price, Co-op workers approached MSHA regarding the company's alleged safety violations....

East Carbon explores options to fund sewer lagoon project


Constructed in 1978, the sewer lagoons serving East Carbon and Sunnyside are starting to fail.

School board questions failed quarter program


While schools in the district operate somewhat autonomously on many matters, it became clear last Monday during a specially called meeting that the Carbon Board of Education wants to know what the individual campuses are doing, especially when it com...

Price council denies Sutherland's request


The Price City Council denied a request from Sutherland Lumber Company regarding incentives for businesses locating in the Price area.

Using alcohol or popular illicit drugs compounds seasonal depression, stress


As December nears, the air is filled with holiday cheer and Christmas anticipation.

Wellington Elementary donates 1,800 items in food drive


Michelle Barker and Karen Basso serve root beer floats to the winning class of the Wellington Elementary food drive. A total of 1,800 items were collected, with 480 items coming from the winners....

Carbon High staff talent show helps raise money for faculty member


Carbon High Principal Robert Cox sings the Beatles' "When I'm 64" at the staff talent show with the help of Rodney Scott and Mandy Taylor. Aside from drawing the laughter and applause of the crowd, the performance helped raise money for a staff membe...

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