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Published October 9, 2012

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USU Eastern remembers Coach Brad Barton


Students, faculty and other members of the USU Eastern community gathered on Thursday evening to remember former basketball coach Brad Barton. The memorial, which took place one year after Barton's passing, included a candle lighting ceremony and a c...

Technology revolution in classrooms


For those old enough to remember, electronic technology in the classroom used to consist of an overhead transparency projector, a 16 mm film projector, a slide projector and a television. This also didn't mean each classroom had one of each. This wa...

Helper man dies in 1-car rollover


A 41-year-old man was killed Sunday afternoon when his SUV left the road and tumbled about 100 feet down a steep hill west of Helper.

Castleview rolls out $3 million software advance


Castleview Hospital has launched a new, $3 million software program designed to streamline hospital functions and improve the quality of care. While the rollout of the new electronic health record system became official on Oct. 1, it took months of ...

Helper's premiere 1st Friday keeps lights lit on Main


Whether hand-painted or neon, the signs on Helper's Historic Main Street district said open, and the lighted interiors of shops, galleries and eateries cast a glow on the town's business district. Businesses decided to launch the First Friday eve...

SIDS: education, awareness can be key to safeguarding your infant


October is National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month. SIDS is the sudden death of an infant less than one year of age that cannot be explained. It is the leading cause of death among infants between the ages of one and 12 month...

HJHS are official tasters for new pizza product for schools


Helper Junior High School students heard somewhere that they could petition the government for redress of grievances, so they did.

Investigators ask for information on victim found in sewer last December


The Carbon County Sheriff's Department is asking for information about the death or the last few days in the life of Christopher Robertson.

Running against domestic violence


Runners leave the starting line in a 5K race in Price Saturday morning to raise public consciousness about the issue of domestic violence. The run was organized by the Domestic Violence Coalition. October is the month set aside to make people awar...

Dugout Mine wins national safety award


Arch Coal, Inc. (NYSE:ACI) today announced that its Canyon Fuel Company's Dugout Canyon mine earned the Sentinels of Safety award for achieving the nation's best 2011 safety record among large underground coal mines. ...

Cooler weather creates hot fishing


The best fishing of the year has begun.

Helper appoints 5 members to city's Board of Health


The Helper City Council on Thursday appointed Mayor Dean Armstrong to head the newly reactiviated Board of Health for the city.

Authors of coal mine history book to visit Price Library


The Utah Humanities Council will be sponsoring a book festival with authors Thomas G. Andrews and Erin Ann Thomas, co-authors of the book Killing for Coal: Coal in Our Veins, on Wednesday at 7 p.m at the Price City Library....

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