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Published April 28, 2005

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Helper council, mayor discuss city's water supply situations


Helper Councilmember Bob Welch looks at the measuring gauge at the water storage tank on Gun Club Hill. The gauge has not worked for years. City workers currently check the water storage level in the tank by hand. ...

Alerting motorists to sinking pavement


Barrels alert motorists to pavement damage near Prazen Lane in Carbonville. The contractor will continue patching sinking areas along the route of PRWID's water improvement project....

County, UDOT Continue Plans for Improvements on Carbonville Road


This is the place on Carbonville Road where water always gathers after a storm. Officials are looking at ways to solve the problem when they reconstruct the road in the next couple of years....

Commission questions recommendations for restaurant tax funding


Carbon County commissioners voted to review recommendations from the restaurant tax advisory board last week. In the regularly scheduled meeting on April 20, the commission accepted one of the recommendations with some revision, but left the others t...

Carbon, Utah register employment expansion


Carbon County's labor market between expanded between March 2004 and March 2005, signaling that local economic conditions may be improving.

Local Cert Members Attend Training Sessions


Some Carbon County CERT members using a backboard during a recent training session.

Banks presents check to school district for supplies and books


Leslie Tallerico and Kirsten Fausett, managers of the Helper and Price Wells Fargo Banks respectively, present a check worth $500 to Carbon School District Superintendent David Armstrong. The money came from a pledge by the company to donate $40 for ...

National bike month means safety for everyone


Helmets are an important part of safe biking regardless of the size of the cycle.

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