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Published November 8, 2005

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Event attracts volunteers, local residents to downtown Helper

A volunteer whips up a batch of potatoes for residents enjoying dinner at St. Anthony's carnival. The Helper church conducted the event Nov. 3 through Nov. 5. Activities included the dinner, a prize drawing and a wide variety of games. The proceeds g...

Surviving plants grace Castle Valley with colorful blossoms

Although temperatures have plummeted in the past few days, flowers continue to bloom on plants managing to survive the cold nights. But as cooler weather continues to roll across the Castle Valley area, Mother Nature's colorful foliage will soon be d...

History confirms new flu's potential to impact life at local, national levels

Long lines gather around the local health department last year when flu vaccine was in short supply. No vaccine has yet been developed for bird flu. With the unpredictability of the disease and the way pandemics materilize as well as trave, what co...

Utah rural partnership panel accepts Carbon County input

The governor's rural partnership board visited Carbon County last Wednesday. The panel acts as an advisory board to the governor's office regarding issues that affect rural Utah. ...

Public policy organization expects state's property tax revenues to surpass $1.9 billion mark in 2005

Utah's statewide property tax revenues are expected to surpass the $1.9 billion mark in calendar year 2005.

Carbon County artist's woodwork creations garner blue ribbon recognition at state event

Tom Rice shows off his wookworking projects that earned top honors at the state fair. The local artist spent 40 years working in the coal industry. Rice came to Utah from Pennsylvania 25 years ago to open the Trail Mountain mine . He was the genera...

BYU to Present New Program

Representatives from BYU will be visiting the CEU campus at the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on Wednesday, November 9th from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. The purpose of the visit is to recruit qualified students to participate in the federally funded Cultura...

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