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Published October 31, 2006

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Drivers cautioned to remain alert during Halloween invasion


Makayla Kossman sits in fall leaves to show off her witch's costume. Tonight, youngsters will invade Carbon County neighborhoods and motorists traveling in the area are cautioned to remain alert for local trick or treaters. The weather is predicted t...

Elementary students create, decorate unique pumpkin artwork for school's contest


Sally Mauro Elementary students Noah Armstrong, Katrina Edwards and Ashley Fredrickson stand by the pumpkins the youth decorated for the school's 2006 Halloween contest at the school. The main hall of the elementary school was lined with various kind...

Regents vote to consolidate college, applied tech center


Rising operational costs, lower student enrollment and a growing need for technical training will soon permanently alter the complexion of College of Eastern Utah.

Special service district places plaques at fairground facilities commemorating energy workers


People who have worked in the energy industry will be commemorated as part of two recent improvements at the Carbon County Fairgrounds.

Price garners statewide healthy work site award


For the second consecutive year, Price city has garnered the statewide healthy work site award.

Newspaper corrects volunteer's name, early voting deadline


Jeremy Farnsworth demonstrates how local voters will cast ballots on the electronic voting machines set up at the county clerk's office. Early voting for the 2006 election will continue through Nov. 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the clerk's office in th...

Franny's Barber Shop closes after more than 30 years of business in Helper


Franny Henrie and Lisa Critchlow celebrate their retirement Oct. 27. Henrie has been cutting hair in Helper since 1975 and has been doing so at Franny's Barber Shop on Main Street in Helper since 1976. Her sister-in-law, Critchlow has been her part...

Local Man Goes to Washington, D.C. to Present Gift to President


Clyde Larson went to Washington D.C. to present this saddle that he had made George W. Bush to the president himself.

Lighthouse reenacts early state history


Brandy Fieger and Brittnie McNally serve cups of dutch oven grub to elementary students at the Lighthouse Alternative School in Price on Oct. 27. The school sponsored a mountain man rendezvous and invited all fourth graders in the district to partici...

Group gives care to birds at their refuge


Debbie Pappas stands with two of the women who help her with her animal refuge for birds in Carbonville. The women are holding three of their patients that are currently in residence, a turkey vulture and two great horned owls....

Mercury to 'eclipse' the sun next week


On the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 8, the tiny planet Mercury will pass in front of the sun creating what astronomers call a "transit of Mercury." According to NASA Solar System Ambassador Patrick Wiggins, "On average there are only about 13 Mercury...

College slates free Nov. 9 poetry reading for students, members of local community


The College of Eastern Utah will present a reading with poet Lance Larsen on Nov. 9.

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