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Published August 15, 2006

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Sheriff's office intends to continue searching for missing youngster


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova coordinates the search and rescue operations near the golf course during the first hours of the tragedy that befell the Seal family during a flash flood on July 30....

Petersen principal focuses on future changes


Melissa Hamilton, the new principal at Petersen Elementary, stands in front of the eagle on the College of Eastern Utah campus while displaying a book that will become a significant part of the education provided to the students attending at the sc...

Dino Dynamics junior team members entertain spectators at blue, white football game


Lining a bench on the field, a group of girls ranging from youngsters to Carbon High cheerleaders watch intently as a different Dino Dynamics junior team entertains the crowd attending the Carbon High Blue and White football game last Saturday. The y...

Helper panel reviews rock crushing, gravel quarry site proposal


A decision from the Helper planning and zoning commission and the subsequent review and final approval from the council regarding a proposed rock crushing and gravel quarry site within the city limits is expected this week. ...

Murray Energy buys Andalex coal facilities


Murray Energy Corporation officials announced last week that the firm had purchased all of the common stock of Andalex Resources Inc. and its four subsidiary companies from Andalex Hungary Management Limited....

Pedestrian underpass under Highway 6 in Helper closed then reopened


Last week, the north pedestrian underpass in Helper under U.S. Highway 6 was closed while construction crews worked on the new Helper interchange. According to Utah Department of Transportation, the transit tunnel is once again open, but may be inter...

Childrens Justice Center gets help from two local groups


Last year members of the Kiwanis Club invited the center staff to present into about the cetner at their monthly board meeting. The purpose of the presentation was to educate the Kiwanis Club about the center and provide them with a wish list of the...

Playground mishaps represent leading cause of injury to elementary students


Playground accidents are the leading cause of injury to children in kindergarten to sixth grade.

Carbon monoxide can be danger while boating


Boaters should be aware of carbon monoxide dangers while boating on Utah's waters.

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