Traffic accident on Four Mile Hill
Law enforcement, emergency personnel respond to traffic accident on Four Mile Hill.
Miss Utah visits schools to present awards, discuss healthy lifestyles with children
Julia Bachison, Miss Utah 2005, speaks with Michael Hales during her visit to Castle Valley Center last Friday. Bachison was in town to talk with students about health and the Gold Medal Schools Award at Sally Mauro Elementary, Creekview, Pinnacle Ca...
Go Red Day increases awareness of heart disease for women
At the end of the Wear Red banquet, attendees promise to increase awareness for heart disease among women and live healthier lifestyles. Heart disease is the number one cause of death among women. Part of the Go Red for Women campaign, the day ushere...
Investigating Web Crimes Challenges Utah, U.S. Agencies
The number of Internet predator crimes targeting youth continues to increase at locations across Utah and the United States.
Commission delays compressor station project in Nine Mile
Carbon County commissioners have delayed the approval of a proposed expansion to the compressor station in Nine Mile Canyon at the mouth of Dry Canyon.
Independent organization highlights tax bills introduced to '06 Legislature
The 2006 Utah Legislature continues to consider dozens of proposed tax-related bills.
Mont Harmon students present presents for foster children
Mont Harmon Junior High students Vernae Lauritsen and Megan Garff stand with Utah Division of Child and Family Services employees Tammy Ardohain and Josh Jenkin after presenting items to the agency for local foster children. The FCCLA, of which the t...
Teacher sacrifices locks after students exceed reading quotas
Jaylynn Snider takes a razor to the head of Mark Stuckenschneider, a teacher at Pinnacle Canyon Academy. Stuckenschneider, called "Mr. S" at the school, challenged sixth graders to read 30 minutes every school day in January. Not only did the studen...
go West brings back the All on the Same Page Community Book Club
It seems that so many people like to read that a program that was presented in Carbon School District last year will be here again this March.
Utah courts plan judge for a day program
Have you ever wondered how accurate television programs like "Law and Order," "The Practice," and "Boston Legal" are in portraying a judge's work? High school students throughout Utah will have a chance to judge for themselves as part of a new "Judg...