|Published May 15, 2008|
Crandall mine referral includes testimony, engineering data
On May, 8, the United States House of Representatives' education and labor committee chair George Miller released formal statements concerning the congressional investigation into last August's Crandall Canyon mine disaster....
Local public health district seeks public aid in preventing cryptosporidiosis outbreak
The health department is proposing several changes in public swimming policies after last year's outbreak.
Motorists remided to expect delays on U.S. 6 in Cat Canyon.
Candidates campaigning for party's primary election vote
In a vote at the Utah Democratic Convention last Saturday, a second race was added to the party's June 24 primary ballot.
Price church kicks off program to provide food, clothing for residents
Everyone was pitching in early Wednesday morning to get the clothes ready for Saturday when Freedom Christian Fellowship kicks off a new program for the community. (L-R) Jordan Fossat, 4, Jennifer Mayfield, Cali Fossat, 8, Keri Mayfield, 12, and Pa...
Local rehab prepares hawk for flight
Connie Waddell handles a red tail hawk at the Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The wounded bird was found near Wellington with a broken scapula and is headed for an educational program in Peoria, Ill. ...
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