|Published February 1, 2005|
Desert Wave Pool staff practices and develops lifeguarding skills
Lifeguards Chase Norton and Rebecca Curtis demonstrate their skills on Amanda Curtis, who plays the part of the victim, in a monthly in-service training at the Price Desert Wave Pool last Friday. Cassie Christman, who oversees the training exercises,...
Health department offers immunizations clinics
Debbie Turner, a nurse at the Southeastern Utah Health District, gives an injection to Cody Davis, who is participating in a five-year program to help alleviate some of his allergy symptoms. The health department offers immunization clinics Monday th...
Auto, wildlife collisions creating traffic concerns
Road-killed deer and other wildlife dot the shoulders of U.S. Highway 6. Wildlife-vehicle collisions are common highway incidents.
Proposal to Change CIB Board Introduced to Utah Legislature
The Utah State Legislature is not meeting in the capitol building this year due to construction. All bills will be debated in an office building that stands north of the capitol. The quarters are cramped and little public viewing is allowed, but cl...
Commission revisits sound levels issue at natural gas wells
Carbon lawmakers adopted parameters for how near to residential structures gas wells can be placed at a recent county commission meeting. Now, the officials must determine the acceptable sound levels coming from the well operations....
Consumer office issues charity fraud warning
Major disasters traditionally attract extensive media attention and concerned people at locations throughout the world rally to assist the victims. The majority of disaster relief groups and established charities are reputable organizations. However,...
Cub Scout pack members tour Sun Advocate, learn about publishing newspapers
Members of Cub Scout Bear Pack 297 tour the Sun Advocate last Wednesday. The scouts learned how a newspaper is assembled and about the types of jobs it takes to publish the Sun Advocate. Leaders Elaine and Keith Snyder accompanied the den members who...
"The Cripple of Inishmaan" to play at College of Eastern Utah
Martin McDonagh's "The Cripple of Inishmaan" opens Feb. 3 at the CEU's Geary Theatre. Directed by Todd Olsen, the play is set on a remote island off the west coast of Ireland in 1934....
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