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Published December 16, 2004

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Shop with a Cop gives area youths a chance for a merry Christmas

Sgt. Ralph Vose of the Helper City Police Department tallies purchases for local youth on Tuesday evening at Walmart. Law enforcement officers from around Carbon County joined underprivileged youth for a shopping trip. Donations assured that no child...

Speculation surrounds 2005 Legislature

Brad King works with an intern on the house floor during last years legislative session. King will be in his fifth term as a representative starting with the new year.

Baca Christmas Baby Likes Santa Claus

Santa Claus made an appearance at the Bikers Against Child Abuse Christams party. Tia Brown of Price sits on Santa's lap while her parents take pictures. BACA held their annual Chirstmas party Saturday....

Employees, UMWA Dispute Dismissal Of Co-op Miners

As the time nears for the election of union representation by the employees of the CW Mining Co-Op mine in Huntington, the firing of approximately 30 Latino coal miners leaves many employees and union organizations crying foul....

Carbon County registers climbing unemployment rate in November

Carbon County's unemployment rate climbed slightly in November to reach 5.8 percent. In October, the local jobless rate registered at 5.6 percent. By comparison, Carbon County reported a 7.5 unemployment rate in November 2003....

Load of toys helps children's program

Emily Safley enjoys the new excavator, just one of a whole van load of toys donated to the children's program.

Deer ignore trespassing signs, play pickup game on East Carbon High track

These deer and many others think that the East Carbon High track and field are a good place to spend the evening as they did on Dec. 14. The sign says that dogs can't be on the field so why should deer be allowed? Can't they read the signs?...

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