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McGruff cautions youngsters to follow safety practices

McGruff shakes hands with Sally Mauro Elementary students last Friday. The students gathered in the gym to watch videos on personal and Halloween safety. While Helper Police Chief George Zamantakis spoke to the group, McGruff knocked on the door and ...

Developers, interested parties tour Nine Mile

Carbon Commissioner Steve Burge and Bill Barret Corporation consultant Bill Griffith participate in a tour through Nine Mile Canyon last Saturday. Twenty state and county representatives gathered to discuss how agriculture, recreation, gas developm...

Smoke from California wildfires adds unique dimension to sunrise last Thursday

Smoke from California wildfires adds unique dimension to sunrise last Thursday

Local, U.S. Agencies Exchange Correspondence on Gooseberry

Within a flurry of political, governmental and organizational activity regarding the Gooseberry-Narrows project, two letters highlighting public well being exchanged hands last week....

Commission's decision protects county's rights on federal public lands

The commission's recent acceptance of a new master plan for public lands in the county was an important step in maintaining Carbon's current rights on the lands.

Helper hosts breakfast

Chelsey Cloward is pictured with her grandparents Doyle and Verla Cloward and Sue Bonacci.

U.S. Postal Service Helps Fight Against Domestic Violence

Clea Winder, Cherie Mills, Christine Anselmo, Terry Willis, Kerry Welch and Rayne Jensen display the newest stamp released by the U.S. Postal Service. All six are advocates of preventing domestic violence. In an effort to support National Domestic Vi...

7th District Court honors Matthews at annual conference

The Seventh District Juvenile Court recognized Tom Matthews at a recent Utah State Restorative Justice conference in Salt Lake City. According to justice officials Matthews has made numerous contributions to the work program. A former Utah legislator...

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