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Published April 19, 2005

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Warm weather encourages families, children to use community parks

J.C. Axelsen enjoyed the warm weather last weekend when he and some of his family went to Terrace Hills Park in north Price. With spring just beginning, area municipalities are looking at the condition of parks and improvements that need to be made t...

Board decides one closure issue, sets East Carbon High meeting

Carbon High counselor Rick Deaton speaks to ninth graders in the Helper Junior High cafeteria on Monday morning while they begin the task of registering for high school next year. Students learned on Thursday that the school they now attend will be...

Price's public works staff evaluates policy toward irrigation water users

Price is changing its policy toward water users regarding irrigation water delivery. Under the new policy, irrigation water users are expected to take a more active role. While canal gates will be opened and closed by the city, users are responsibl...

Wellington discusses moving contaminated soil to city project site

A project to evaporate fuel from contaminated soil to be dumped behind the Gas 'N Go service station in Wellington was approached at the city council meeting on April 13.

Deer enjoy feeding at unused trapshoot range in Helper

Oblivious to signs reading 'Warning: open gun range,' a herd of whitetail bounded off the skeet range on the hill behind Reservoir Street in Helper as a truck approached last Sunday afternoon. With what seems to many to be a wet spring, wildlife is v...

Sign dedicated in windy April weather

College of Eastern Utah President Ryan Thomas and Maurine Dorman cut a giant size ribbon while Lisa Barnum holds the fabric still during a windy ceremony dedicating the new CEU sign on top of Wood Hill on Monday afternoon. About two dozen people gath...

near closure of junior high gives silver lining in gray clouds

Helper Jr. High School Principal Tom Montoya

Students, volunteers participate in sixth Castle Valley Center prom

Marc Thayne and Jana Burrows strut their stuff.

Governors office seeks input on recreation venues

Many relatively unknown beautiful areas exist in the Castle Valley area.

U Of U Miners Hospital Hosts Educational Forum

On April 14, the University of Utah Miners Hospital hosted an educational program for miners and families at the Southeast Applied Technology College.

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