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Published April 11, 2006

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Winds cause damage in Carbon County, but good weather follows


This billboard on Highway 6 near Helper took some blows to it's integrity late last week when winds blew through the area preceding a storm. However, once they were gone the weather got a lot better with the first full weekend of sunshine and warm te...

Job fair attracts employers and students


An employer and a student look over some information on jobs a firm is offering. The job fair that is held at the College of Eastern Utah each spring helps students and others match their skills and aptitudes with employers who set up booths in the L...

College honors donors, faculty and distinguished alums at Saturday event


Paul and Flora Keller, CEU Gold Circle Donors, talk with some of the attendees at the Founders Day Celebration that was held at the college on Saturday night. Over 200 people attended the event....

CIB Funding Reviewed by Helper Council


Helper city council is expected to make a decision this week on whether to accept additional funding allocated by the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board for the city's proposed pool construction. Last week, the council chose to delay a decision on...

Carbon looks at possible charges while local man will go on trial in Salt Lake


In September of last year the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office charged a Wellington man with first degree criminal homicide in connection with the 1991 shooting death of a Burns Security guard. ...

Mercy award goes to Castleview Hospital nurse


Pam Konakis accepts an award of $500 from hospital administrator Jeff Manley during ceremonies at the facility last week. Konakis got the award for the exceptional job she does with patients. The chain of health care facilities the hospital is owned ...

Realtors have fun while raising money for charity groups and business


Mike Metzger uses this unusual rake on his wife Jana as a demonstration during the annual realtors banquest last week while Carla Saccomano and Ruth Metzger look on. Money raised from realtors that buy the donated items goes to Relay for Life and to ...

Animal vaccinations are an important part of pet care


Veterinarian Rusty Truman inoculates Tres, a Siberian Husky. Residents are reminded that dogs and other pets need their shots on a scheduled basis. The inoculations are not only to protect humans from diseases that animals carry, but to protect the a...

Spelling bee produces winner that goes to nationals


The southeast champion, Kunal Sah sits in the middle with his dad, Ken, and his principal, Nolan Johnson after the big win.

Unnamed man arrested as suspect in murder


On April 8, the Emery County Sheriff's Office dispatch was notified between 8:30-9 p.m. that the East Carbon police department had taken into custody a suspect who was possibly involved in a homicide....

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