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Published September 27, 2005

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County cracks down on illegal hauls, dumping on Airport Road


Ron Tweed and Stan Gibson inspect the tracks on heavy equipment at the county landfill. A piece of REBAR got caught in the tracks and wrapped around an axle. The county is considering an ordinance that may impact the job description for employees a...

Library book sale attracts people from on, off college campus


Mayzell Kings bowses through a book from the sales racks near College of Eastern Utah's library last week. Many people from on and off the Price campus attended the fundraising event to see what bargains could be picked up from the items that were b...

Hobbyist enjoys search, not treasures


Dave Johnson looks for treasures with a metal detector. Johnson said he has never found anything with much value, but said he still enjoys looking for lost and forgotten items. ...

Public education system role expands to include provision of school services, support for students


Testing is an important part of the schools obligations, but there is much more than just learning that goes on on campus'. Over the years the schools role in the lives of students has changed dramtically....

Survey analyzes factors prompting departure of Utah college graduates


United States Census Bureau data indicate that 63.1 percent of all Utahns ages 25 and older had college experience or associate's degrees in 2000.

Fire damages business on Helper's Main Street


The Helper Mini-Mart was damaged by a fire last week. Responders said it was a difficult fire to fight because of the layers in the roof.

New plan for identifying public roads in Utah


What constitutes a road in Utah's back counrty is often in question when it comes to legalities. Now there is a new plan for identifying roads to clear up some of the murkiness that exists over the issue....

Open house scheduled on Oct. 6 for former publisher


On Sept. 17, Brehm Communications announced that Ken Larson, who has been the publisher of the Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress for the last four years, will move to a similar position with the company in Palm Springs, Calif....

Wellington Elementary School stages book fair to encourage students to read


Wellington Elementary students Kalen Gunter along with David and Brian Hobbs listen to Nicole Hobbs read from a book the children were interested in purchasing during the school's book fair last week. In conjunction with the fair, school staff member...

Nominations for oil shale leases show interesting in advancing technology


In response to its announcement of an oil shale research, development, and demonstration program,the Bureau of Land Management has received 19 nominations for parcels of public land to be leased in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. The program, announced...

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