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Published September 25, 2007

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Weekend rainstorms assist crews battling wildfire near Scofield


A skycrane helicopter collects water from Scofield Reservoir as the wildfire burning at French Creek smolders in the background last Friday afternoon. Ground and air teams were battling to contain the blaze and the eastern boundary was secured on S...

Barrett representatives update status of company's gas production


Gas field crews congest the road in Cottonwood Canyon during recent operations. The roads in and around Nine Mile Canyon can be congested with heavy industrial traffic. Conservation groups have complained of the situation and possible damage to arc...

Community, drug court program judges observe recovery month


Former Carbon Felony Drug Court Judge Bruce Halliday listens to presentations at the recovery month festivities at the Price Peace Gardens.The event featured current drug court Judge George Harmond,who highlighted the successes of the local substance...

Carbon resident discusses challenges accompanying with multiple sclerosis


Danny Velasquez accepts his Living with Hope award with wife Tami.

Car fire brings out Helper Fire department


Two Helper City fire fighters scope out the damage to a car that caught fire across Highway 6 from Ford Falls on Friday afternoon. The call for help came into the department about 3:10 p.m. and when the fire trucks arrived the car was totally engulfe...

Castle Valley Center works toward gold medal school status


Students from the Castle Valley Center walk after an assembly that set them on a path to becoming a gold medal school. Gold medal schools excel at nutrition, exercise and healthy lifestyles. The school will be working toward meeting their goals in th...

'Leading Ladies' will be on stage at CEU


The theatre department at the College of Eastern Utah announced that it will offer its first play of the 2007-2008 season, "Leading Ladies".

High country showing off its colors for those who want to see


The colors in the mountains above Castle Country are peaking and will soon be on the downhill side of the hues they now display. As the weather cools off and the days get shorter there will be less and less of the glorious color to view. ...

National Fire Protection Association urges Carbon community to prepare for disasters


The National Fire Protection Association recommends that local residents start preparing for a disaster.

Fighting fire with science


As Utah ends one of its worst wildfire seasons, University of Utah geographers are embarking on research to help people protect themselves from flames, allow aircraft to better monitor fires and learn if beetle infestations contribute to wildfires....

IRS Releases Info on Back-to-school Tax Breaks


With the new school year now under way, the Internal Revenue Service is reminding teachers, parents and students that saving receipts and keeping good records can help them take advantage of various education-related deductions and credits on their 2...

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