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Published December 26, 2006

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Dogs trade in four-wheeler to train on sled after snow blankets Castle Valley's floor


Mick and Chubb lead Knight, Spike, Caile, Megan and Clark as the dogs pull a four-wheeler with Colby Shaw in tow. The dogs were in the Clark Valley training for the season. Now that snow has covered the ground, the dogs have traded in the wheeled veh...

Worker braves winter weather conditions to trim tree branches


A worker cuts the top off trees in Helper as the snow starts to fall last Friday. Trimming is associated more with the spring than the winter season, but cold weather is a good time to cut certain tree branches. ...

Spiderman scrambles to beat Santa


Spiderman scrambles to beat Santa to roof at Sally Mauro.

Helper debates city participation in drug task force


More than three months after Mayor Mike Dalpiaz announced Helper would not be participating in the Carbon Metro Drug Task Force, the city councilmembers questioned last week both the reasons for withdrawing and the legality of the mayor's actions....

Committee selects three nominees to fill judge vacancy on 7th District Court


The judicial nominating committee has selected three candidates to fill an upcoming vacancy on the 7th District Court.

Organizers Slate 2007 Relay for Life at Track on CEU's Price Campus in June


The 2007 Relay for Life will be presented June 15 and June 16 at the College of Eastern Utah track.

Jazz Bear greets kids at charity event


As part of a day of activities for kids sponsored by the Spencer's Wishes Foundation, the Utah Jazz Bear meets with a Carbon County boy. One of the goals of the foundation, named after Spencer Roundy, works to realize Spencer's three wishes he made b...

Price city youngster recognized for volunteer efforts


Six-year-old Bonham Brewer receives the Visionary Service Award from Price Mayor Joe Piccolo. Brewer was given the honor for his volunteer efforts with the city of Price. Brewer and his father have adopted a road near Wal-Mart and see that it is clea...

Big John peeks through wreath, radiating holiday goodwill


Standing in front of the Helper Civic Auditorium, Big John appears to be peeking through a wreath at the statue's location in Utah's Christmastown to wish Carbon County residents a happy holiday....

CEU Professor Wins Award


Susan Polster, the journalism professor at the College of Eastern Utah, has received the Utah Chapter of the American Federation of Teachers' College Education of the Year Award. She joins a select group from CEU to ever receive the award. The others...

Wildlife find tough going during the winter season


Animals on winter range can be susceptible to many kinds of disturbances. Sometimes even a nominal disruption can cause death for some.

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