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Published November 28, 2006

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Vehicle reportedly skids, plunges off roadway in Willow Creek


The driver of a motor vehicle that reportedly plunged off the road in Willow Creek Canyon gathers belongings thrown from the car during a snow squall on Nov. 27. The vehicle purportedly skidded off the road Monday morning and turned over three times...

Helper residents launch Christmastown festivities at Nov. 24 lights-on ceremony


Residents of Helper joined with members of surrounding communities at the lights-on ceremony on Main Street last Friday. Carollers from Sally Mauro Elementary led the way from the Rio Theater to the Senior Citizens' Park, where Mayor Mike Dalpiaz ann...

Price city endorses county's economic development plan


During the Nov. 21 Price council meeting, Carbon econmic development director Delynn Fielding detailed the county's economic development strategy.

Helper garners 'true western town' honors for second consecutive year


With its emphasis on preserving its history, Helper was named for a second year as the True Western Town. Topping a list of 10 towns receiving such an honor, Helper will receive the award, now in its second year, from True West magazine....

School board explores principal intern option


During the last couple of months, the Carbon County Board of Education has been exploring the possibility of using district administrative interns to fill in for absent school principals....

Price City 5th grade essay winners present their work to the city council


Price city students present their essays to the city officials at the Nov. 21 meeting. Annika Hansen, Jannicke Wright, Robbi Etzel and Colton Greener won the contest that challenged them to express in words the things that they love about their commu...

it's that time of year again; snow, sleet and icy roadways


The canyon roads were nasty on Monday as a storm moved in from the northwest. Officials caution drivers that their summer and fall speeds will get them in trouble if they continue on roads as if they are on dry pavement. As the storm subsides later i...

Sally Mauro students collect, decorate tree with donated mittens


Sally Mauro students sit in front of a tree in the schools front lobby that is decorated with mittens donated by students to not only decorate the tree, but to give away during Friday and Saturday's light parade in Helper. Students from the school wi...

Exploring history in the San Rafael Swell


James and Scott Bailey, along with Asa Shreve, check out an old Allis Chalmers bulldozer left near a mining operation on Calf Mesa many years ago. Many local residents take a lot of time and effort to explore the San Rafael Swell and not all of it is...

U.S. Federal Bureau Of Investigation Field Office Establishes Public Corruption Tip Line


The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation's Utah field office has established a public corruption tip line.

Federal agency complies with court directive, initiates cutthroat trout status review


The United States Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced the federal agency's intent to initiate a status review of the Colorado River cutthroat trout to determine whether the species warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act....

IRS Seeking 1,007 Taxpayers Across Utah Due $719,000 in Federal Income Refunds


An average refund of $714.17 is waiting for 1,007 taxpayers at locations across Utah whose federal refund checks have been returned to the United States Internal Revenue Service as undeliverable....

Utah Health Department report indicates domestic violence claimed 65 lives in 2005


For Utahns residing at locations throughout the state, 2005 represented a deadly year for incidents involving domestic violence.

Messiah to be presented in both counties


The 58th annual presentation of Handel's beloved "Messiah" will take place this coming weekend.

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