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Published February 17, 2005

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Checking Out the Teeth with Paws Animals on Valentines Day

Before Thelma Wright could enjoy the carnations and visit she had to check out the miniature horse's teeth which had come to visit. Gary, the horse, owned by Jessica Hardy, was one of about a dozen animals that visited the care center when members of...

Mission restoration finished

Roger "Yank" Clarke stands outside of the Golden Rule Mission Monday checking out the restoration efforts recently completed on the historic building in downtown Helper. Clarke, director of the mission, says that about 25 people are currently housed ...

Dmitrich working on Senate floor

State Senator Mike Dmitrich (D-Price), works on the Senate floor last Friday afternoon. Many of Dmitrich's constituents have been concerned with his health after a recent medical problem, but he has been back at it in the legislature for a couple of ...

Planning board supports issuing call center permit

U.S. Field Research plans to convert a building in the Ridge Road Industrial Park into a call center and start operations by March if all goes well. The county planning board conducted a special meeting last Tuesday to approve a conditional use p...

HUD Homeless Initiative Garners Cool Reception at AOG Meeting

A presentation concerning a state plan to bring homelessness in Utah to an end in 10 years received a cool reception at the last Southeastern Utah Association of Governments meeting....

Utah experiences expanding economy, employment levels

The unemployment rate for January registered at 4.6 percent in January, down from the 5.7 percent jobless level reported statewide in 2004.

Jump-a-thon nets big dollars

Creekview Elementary students jump in the school Jump-a-thon for Hearts last Friday afternoon. The dozens of students who participated had brought in $1,021.52 for the Heart Association as of Wednesday morning....

Book collection for third world countries taking place in Price

Dr. John Schouten, one of his assistants, Pam Robinson, and patient Kaylee Houskeeper look over some of the books that have been brought into the office for children in third world countries who have never owned their own books. Books can be dropped ...

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