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Published May 19, 2005

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U.S. Bureau Of Land Management Conducts Controlled Burn near Andalex Coal Mine


Firefighters with the United States Bureau of Land Management watch a prescribed burn near Airport Road. The west wind on Tuesday allowed fire crews to burn the area and allow smoke to blow to the west, where it would be less problematic. Winds from ...

Federal no child left behind program included on educational problems list


Public education systems in Carbon County, across Utah and throughout the United States continues to evolve, changing dramatically from the classrooms of the bygone era. Currently, a significant number of federal regulations, as well as state law...

Sheriff's offices execute warrant in homicide case


The scope of the ongoing criminal investigation into an April homicide incident near Wellington has unexpectedly expanded to include the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office.

PRWID Panel Reviews Carbon Canal Project


Representatives from Sunrise Engineering as well as Carbon Canal board members met with the Price River Water Improvement District on May 17 to discuss the company's winter project....

Semi driver jackknifes to avoid collision on Highway 123


With one trailer still on the blacktop, the jackknifed coal truck blocks traffic on Utah Highway 123. The driver of the coal truck was headed west toward Sunnyside Junction behind a paint truck. The driver reportedly missed the signs warning of the s...

Summer recreation is already heating up in many fun spots


An SUV pulls a large boat up the highway toward Scofield on Saturday morning. The first real warm weather of spring brought out many outfits headed to reservoirs and lakes last weekend. It is expected that Scofields water level will go up considerabl...

Local students learn about aquatic animals


Pinnacle Canyon Academy first graders, Alexis Seals, Lauren Wilkinson, Penny Akins, Jordyn Oman and Hannah Alexander enjoy seeing and touching the starfish, stingrays and other aquatic animals in the tide pool at the Aqaurium at the Gateway in Salt L...

Senator Bennett sees future in entrepreunership


Utah Senator Bob Bennett holds up a creation put together by some young enterprisers during the Rural Business Conference in Price two weeks ago. Bennett also granted an hour long interview with press members who were attending the conference....

New memorial being installed at Peace Garden


Pat Worley, Gary Sonntag, and Jack Kobe examine the spot where a new memorial will be dedicated during ceremonies on Memorial Day. The memorial is being put up by the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Disabled American Veterans an...

Youth art competition calls for entries


David Richie hangs childrens art pieces last year just before the Helper Art Festival.

Screening can prevent killer from taking toll


When many people think about cancer, they think about lung cancer and breast cancer. And many can explain that not smoking generally prevents lung cancer and that regular exams can help catch breast cancer early when it can be treated with a high rat...

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