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Construction work moves to interior of building at college

Workmen at the Reeves building on the College of Eastern Utah campus use a lift to hoist sheet rock to the second story of the structure so material can be taken inside and installed. The exterior is nearing completion and work has started to finish ...

Helper's fire fighters organize department's annual event

Robert Kinder and Kent Allred are serving as co-chairmen of the 2002 Helper Fireman's Ball. The fundraising event is slated Feb. 8 at the Helper Civic Auditorium. The all-volunteer department presents the dance as a benefit to raise funds for fire an...

in addition to wildlife, livestock occasionally create traffic hazards on highways

While deer-vehicle collisions on highways in the area represent a major problem, Carbon County motorists are reminded that livestock can become a potential threat. On Tuesday, several horses got out and were running along U.S. Highway 6 between Help...

Court orders former trooper to stand trial in auto homicide case

On Tuesday, the 7th District Court tentatively scheduled a July trial in the third degree automobile homicide complaint filed against a former law enforcement officer.

Lawmakers prepare for '03 session

Lack of money will top the list of priorities at the Utah Legislature when state lawmakers start the regular session next Monday.

Unemployment rate climbs

Carbon County experienced climbing unemployment last month. The county recorded a 7.1 percent jobless level in December, up from the 6.7 percent rate posted in November 2002.

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