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Published April 21, 2005

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Creative volunteer warms heads of newborns in Castle Valley

Ambree Jones stays warm with a cap made by Goldie Webster.

Spillway project, mine water to affect Scofield

Muddy Creek flows slowly through the winter snow and ice. The rate of flow has picked up as Skyline mine is pumping about 4,400 gallons of water a minute into the stream. The flow eventually ends up in Scofield Reservoir, the main water supply for ...

Water improvement district reviews approval procedures

Two asphalt patches denote places where the road caved in during the wet winter on 1500 West in Carbonville. Last year PRWID had a contractor put in water lines in the area and during the winter a number of places where the line was put in have sun...

Sunnyside discusses improvements in city

Sunnyside has received a $430,000 grant from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board for upgrading the city's sewer system.

Extended days magnify cancer risks associated with exposure to sun's rays

Now that daylight-saving time has come, an extra hour means an extra hour of sun protection or sunscreen.

A Different View Of Helper

Helper is often seen from Highway 6 or from Main Street. Here it is pictured from the south where the predominate features are the rail cars and yards.

Watch for identity crime and other scams

Jim Robertson, former Carbon County Sheriff is working with TRIAD to warn people of scams and identity theft.

Piano teachers festival held at CEU

The Emery County Piano Teachers Association recently held its annual Piano Festival at the College of Eastern Utah. Piano students from Carbon and Emery counties participated and were critiqued in the following areas: Performance, theory, ear trainin...

can current Castle Valley residents identify faces from Carbon County's past?

A group of apparent 'bony pickers' from the World War II era takes a break to pose for the camera. Bony pickers were the people who removed the rock from the coal as the fossil fuel came out of the underground mines for processing. Carbon County resi...

Business conference comes to Price May 3

It has been many years in coming, but it has finally made it to Price.

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