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Published May 9, 2006

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Disintegrating cement, substandard sidewalk conditions create concern in Kenilworth


Keith Haycock of Kenilworth kneels near a collapsed section of the town's sidewalk. The sidewalk runs through the wash that divides the town. The Kenilworth resident pointed out that the sidewalk running alongside a state highway has been falling apa...

Emergency training


Helper fire department personnel participate in emergency training session on May 2.

Spring storm leaves lingering trace of winter on Scofield sign


Warming temperatures herald the arrival of spring in the Castle Valley region. But the latest storm leaves a lingering trace of the winter season via coating a sign on a fence at Scofield with layers of ice....

Helper City Council reviews water rates


Residents in Helper may see changes in water bills depending on the outcome of a vote by city councilmembers that could occur next week.

Committee addresses Nine Mile road, issues


Construction of a barrier at the Great Hunt Panel along with a parking area and kiosk at the mouth of Gate Canyon were the main topics of consideration at a Nine Mile advisory council meeting on May 4....

Independent organization's analysts evaluate public school spending data


Operational expenditures in Utah's kindergarten to 12th grade public education systems and charter schools climbed 5 percent per student in fiscal year 2005.

Crane lifts modular home back onto dirt road in Carbonville


A heavy crane lifts a section of a modular home back onto a dirt road in Carbonville last Thursday. The first section of the home was in place when the second modular slipped off a narrow road near the site. Work crews remedied the situation and tran...

Crews cut poles, prepare for Carbonville Road improvements


Cut off tops of power poles lie along Carbonville Road last week. Utility crews have hooked up the power on the new poles on the west side of the highway in preparation for the re-construction of the road. During the weekend, the cut up sections were...

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