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Published August 28, 2007

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Company idles Tower as robot enters Crandall Canyon


Dr. Robin Murphy explains the purpose and functionality of the robot which is to enter the Crandall Canyon Mine. The robot will be able to travel approximately 1000 feet once it enters the mine. Murphy reported that gathering any new information wi...

Law Enforcement, Emergency Personnel Control Scene Of Fatal Accident in C Canyon


Law enforcement officers and emergency crews assist at the scene of single vehicle traffic accident on the road to C Canyon. The fatal incident occurred at approximately 1:22 a.m. on Aug. 26, confirmed Wellington Police Chief Lee Barry. Sgt. Kelly Ma...

Salt Lake City youth group members travel to area, assist at Helper mission


Ed Matejcek and his son, Enrico, play foosball at the Helper mission. The pair currently live at the mission with Ed's daughter, Amber. They are on the way to getting their own place with the mission's assistance....

DWS Releases Economic Data, Negative Impacts Of Layoff Remain Unexplored


The Crandall Canyon tragedy, coupled with UtahAmerican's decision to lay off 170 employees at the company's Tower mine in Carbon County, will have a negative impact on the local economy....

Family fellowship ministers journey from South Carolina to Crandall Canyon mine site


Ruth, Michael and Daniel Dunn came from Summerville, S.C. last week to pray and fast for the trapped and deceased miners at Crandall Canyon.

New principal works to raise bar in education at Carbon High


Greg Stanfield is the new principal at Carbon High School this year.

School is in session so it's time for drivers to be cautious


Students prepare for the first day of school in Mrs. Avery's first grade class at Bruin Point Elementary. The new state-of-the-art primary school in Sunnyside was a welcomed addition to the east county city after the demolition of East Carbon High ...

Utah teens still not buckling up when driving or riding


Motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for teens in Utah. Wearing a seatbelt is one of the best ways to decrease injuries and deaths in

CEU Announces Scholarship Fund


The College of Eastern Utah has announced that it has established a Crandall Canyon Disaster Scholarship Fund

Alleviate fall accident, injury risks while preparing landscapes for winter weather


Yard work accidents are relatively common during the late summer and early fall seasons when people start preparing landscapes for the winter months.

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