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Published December 11, 2007

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Burge Resigns from CEU, Plans to Vacate Seat on Commission

On Monday, Western Energy Training Center Director Steve Burge announced that he will leave to take a job with Savage Industries in Salt Lake City.

Helper's Officials Decide to Name Roadway After Harry S. Truman

President Harry S. Truman smiles when he stops to talk to Helper residents during his campaign in 1948.

Electrifying parade lights up Helper, ushers in 2007 holiday season in Carbon County

Horses pull a lighted float during the Helper Light Parade on Friday night. The snow cleared up in time for the parade, but the floats and people got dumped on by the white stuff on Saturday night. However, amazingly, the snow quit just as the firewo...

Big snow means fun for Carbon youth

MaKenna Loranca and her cousin Frankie Sacco Jr. of Price laugh and play with the snow in Washington Park on Saturday

East Carbon residents help one another clear the weekend snow

Carbon resident Walter Dickerson aids the citizens of East Carbon with their snow removal on Friday.

CIB Funds Sunnyside, East Carbon Complex

During a Dec. 6 meeting, the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board accepted a motion to fully fund the joint East Carbon-Sunnyside public safety building project to the tune of $1.9 million....

College's president dispels rumors of Western Energy Training Center demise

A rumor was circulating last week claiming that the College of Eastern Utah would be closing down the Western Energy Training Center after the first of the year.

New Zealand mud snails found in Utah State fish hatchery

New Zealand mud snails covering a rock.

New autism support group convenes

Parenthood is riddled with challenges no matter the child, however parents of children with autism, or one the related disorders, may need just a little extra heart.

Carbon County posts slightly declining unemployment, dipping job expansion

Carbon County experienced slightly declining unemployment in October. Joblessness in the local area registered at 4.1 percent last month, dipping from the 4.5 percent unemployment rate recorded in the county in September....

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