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Published February 6, 2007

Local News

Castle Valley wears red in support of women's heart health

Community members listen to keynote speaker Mary Nickles at the 'Go Red for Women' luncheon last Friday. Nickles encouraged the community to be more conscious of heart health by setting exercise programs, eating healthy and scheduling recommended med...

State committee member details law enforcement memorial project

An artisti's drawing highlights the design of the state's law enforcement memorial planned at the Utah Capitol.

Sun Advocate, Progress launch online subscriptions

Readers subscribing to the virtual paperby service will be able to access the entire editions of the Sun Advocate and Emery County Progress online.

Helper council raises utility rates to cover theater grant

Helper residents will see an increase on water and electrical bills after the city council approved a rate increase last week.

Carbon County News Briefs

MSHA to issue $163,657 mine rescue, safety training grant to Utah for 2007

Snow remains in surrounding mountains for children to enjoy

This young man, along with some others were in the mountains last week enjoying the snow that is still present there, despite the meltdown in the valley the last few days. Forecasters say this warm February thaw is short lived and by next weekend col...

Teens sentenced in southeastern Utah poaching case

One of the deer involved in the poaching case in San Juan County.

King relates two weeks of activities in legislature

The Utah State Legislature is in its third week of meetings and Brad King, representative from District 69 representing about two thirds of Carbon County is counting the days that he and his fellow law makers have to get things done....

New shed antler rules took effect February 1

On Feb. 1, the collection of antlers shed by deer, elk and moose became prohibited in Northern Utah. Antler collection on both public and private lands is now closed from February through April....

Bennett introduces federal legislation to fund education, protect public lands

Last week, Sen. Bob Bennett introduced legislation seeking to consolidate state school trust and public lands, resulting in more funding for Utah's school children and increased protection of critical areas along the Colorado River corridor in Uintah...

Utah workforce services department updates status of state, local economy

After plummeting to record lows, Utah's jobless rate twitched upward in November 2007.

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