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Published April 7, 2005

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Meetings bring out comments on school closure


The members of the committee set up by Carbon School District to study the possible closure of schools listen as residents speak on the issues at Helper Junior High on Tuesday night. School board president Grady McEvoy says that a decision concerni...

Waiting patiently for shopping owner


This pooch waits patiently as his owner does some shopping. For this dog apparently open windows in the car is not a temptation. For other dogs, owners must keep the windows rolled up most of the way. That's generally fine in the winter time, but cit...

Tax board reviews funding for various area projects


Attendees at the Sunnyside Daze car show view the various vehicles that are displayed. Officials from the town were at the Restaurant Tax Committee meeting on Tuesday to ask for funds for the festival....

Planning commission looks at industrial zone conditional use permits


A policy which requires that the Carbon County Planning and Zoning commission review all businesses that move into industrial zones will be reexamined in the next couple of weeks....

Two schools with some similar circumstances being examined for closure


Helper Junior High was erected in 1936 by a Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works Project

Local students take top honors at regional science meet


Van Mays talks with Brett Wells about his project.

Rotary Club passe out dictionaries in schools around county


Dean Nyffeler, president of the local club is pictured presenting a dictionary to Sierra Santisteven of Creekview Elementary School. In the background is Tim Frame. Every third grader in Carbon county was presented a dictionary recently by the local ...

New signs on schools in Carbon County


Shannon Thompson and Moira Prichard point to new "No Smoking" signs that have been posted at all area schools. The new notices let students, parents and others know that there is no smoking allowed anywhere on school property. This includes those are...

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