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Published September 26, 2013

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Casualties on the fields of play


Update 10/2: North Sanpete High School administrators said during a meeting on Monday, Sept. 30 with other Region 12 schools, that the response time for the ambulance took 10 minutes to get to the field from the time it was called. The entire eve...

Brylee gets her wish as Utah mascots pay a visit


Since being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in March, Price's Brylee Olson has captured the hearts of many across the Castle Country and the state. Working with Children and the Earth, a small children's wishes foundation out of Sandy, Ols...

ECC work saves $$$ on new cemetery


Covering items ranging from public safety access to the sale of surplus property, the East Carbon City Council demonstrated during a Tuesday public hearing just how much money is being saved by taking a do-it-yourself approach to the city's cem...

Intruder disguised as worker sexually assaults Helper woman in her home, police look for leads


A Helper woman was sexually assaulted Monday by a man she said was posing as a construction worker. Police Chief Trent Anderson said the victim described the assailant as wearing a green construction worker's vest and a white hard hat....

Rachel's Challenge events begin at Carbon High


David Hills talks to students about the life of Rachel Joy Scott, a student killed during the school shootings at Columbine High School in Colorado in April 1999. Rachel's Challenge is a series "of student empowering programs and strategies that ...

USU Eastern prepares for Founder's Day


Rick Davies etches custom glasses for USU Eastern's Founder's Day Celebration. Those attending the event will receive their own hand made piece to commemorate the college's 75th birthday. The Founder's Day celebration will take place on Oct. 25 a...

Extensive damage in Spring Glen fire


Fire raged through a cluster of outbuildings and recreational vehicles in Spring Glen Monday night, causing extensive property damage but no injuries.

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