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Published May 13, 2008

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Carbon commissioners kick county's landfill ordinance into gear

A resident unloads his trailer at the Carbon County Landfill, last Wednesday. Under a new ordinance he is required to cover the load before hauling it to the dump, so that materials like this mattress (inset) don't land in the road....

Coal truck loses load while turning onto Ridge Road

Coal is cleaned as a Savage Truck is hauled away on Friday night. According to Utah Highway Patrol Lt. David Bennion, the driver reportedly lost the load while attempting to turn off of U.S. Highway 6 at excessive speed. ...

Tea on Mothers Day

Parkdale Care Center invites families in for tea on Mothers Day.

House committee chair refers Crandall Canyon investigation findings to justice department

On May 8, a United States House of Representatives committee released the results of the investigation into the Crandall Canyon coal mining disaster.

Residents from unincorporated areas oppose annexation into Wellington city

Wellington's development of a state-mandated annexation policy stirred up a storm of protest from county residents who packed a public hearing last Wednesday at a city planning and zoning meeting....

Arts council bringing feast for the eyes and ears to Helper

Classical music and rare drawings coming together to transform the town

Sheriff's newest recruit sinks her teeth into crime fighting

Department's canine unit is back in action with addition ofa brindle malinois who's ready to roll

County teachers sweep Arch Coal awards

Arch Coal Award winners Connie Hamilton, Gail Jewell, Renae Seegmiller, North Sevier High School, J. Edward Staker, North Sanpete High School and Diane Hill, Gunnison Valley Midlle School gathered on stage....

Bookcliffs Antelope shot, left

In February, Utah Conservation Officer TJ Robertson found a doe antelope that had been shot and left to waste in Westwater Creek, situated near the Colorado border. The doe was laying in the creek bed about one-quarter mile south of the Tri-Canyon R...

Four-point, 22-inch buck shot, stashed in Utah tree

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) has received a report of a 22-inch wide, 4-point buck that had been shot and stashed in a juniper tree on the Steamboat Mesa area of the Delores Triangle. ...

Utah's parks host a variety of events for summer fun

May 22 Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum - Blanding - Cultural Migration Through Time, Space and Perspective: Ancient Chacoans to Modern Tarahumara. Join presenter Richard Fisher at 6 p.m. for a slideshow, dance and music performed by Tarahumara....

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