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Published April 15, 2008

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Education Board Declares Land near MHJH As Surplus


The 14 acres represented in yellow is the land the board of education declared as surplus. It must now be offered to the county and city at market value.

Beautification projects in downtown Helper accompany warmer weather


Warmer weather has kicked "Helper's beauties" Lois Giordano and Neida Garcia's beautification committee into high gear. The ladies and their army of volunteers are ready to plant flowers all over Helper....

Helper Fire Department responds to structure fire near area junior high school


Helper firefighter Steve Boyer finishes dowsing a blaze that completely destroyed a small structure near Helper Junior High on Roosevelt Street.

College, high school students reminded to mind motor traffic


College of Eastern Utah students cross during the rush hour in Price. Both motorists and students alike are cautioned to be mindful of one another and slow down in and around school zones. ...

Wellington raises water, sewer fees


Wellington residents decried the recent water and sewer rate increases imposed by Price River Water Improvement District at last Wednesday's city council meeting.

Party delegates select Democratic candidates


Carbon Democrats spoke to a packed house last Friday at Helper's Rio Theater as local petitioners for county commissioner sought the party's backing.

Carbon County news briefs


Castle Valley Archaeological Society to host regular lectures every third Thursday

First Utah wind farm generates local interest


A huge cranes stands near one of the towers which will soon have large blades attached to it. The power system is supposed to be finishing in the next 45 days and will generate 18.9 megawatts....

Town hall to target underage drinking


Carbon County joins rest of the nation to address alcohol abuse

Research study evaluates costs related to accidents involving teenage drivers


A recently released research study indicated that motor vehicle accidents involving young drivers 15 to 17 years of age cost the United States more than $34 billion annually in medical expenses, lost work hours, property damages, quality of life loss...

CEU-usu Expedition Slated for This Summer


The College of Eastern Utah is partnering with Utah State University to provide a high school adventure expedition this summer.

Symphony performance, Dixon collection exhibit slated May 17 in Helper


A performance by the Utah Symphony and a rarely viewed private collection of Maynard Dixon drawings will be showcased in Helper's downtown district on May 17.

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