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Brothers' angling technique entices trout to swallow bait

Brothers Alex and Jacob Thayn scamble to unhook the trout the pair caught at the Gigliotti Pond in Helper. The sibling anglers enjoyed a warm fall afternoon of fishing at the pond with their great-grandfather. After only 30 minutes, Alex and Jacob s...

Clerk's office prepares to introduce electronic balloting to voters

Sulika Merrell demonstrates how to slip a card encoded for the balloting process into one of the voting machines that will be set up around the county next week for a trial run. Voters in the Nov. 8 election will use punch ballots for the last time...

Pinnacle Canyon focuses on future growth, improved facilities at school

An inside hall spans the length of the portable classroom set up on the north end of Pinnacle Canyon Academy. The space was needed because the former Notre Dame School was neither big enough nor in condition to accommodate the academy's students wh...

PRWID Board Revisits Water Purchase Agreement Issues

The Price River Water Improvement District board addressed the agency's agreements with two cities on Tuesday.

Longtime Helper resident celebrates 100th birthday with family, friends

Screlda Jane Clerico visits with friends and family at her 100th birthday celebration. The longtime Helper resident has two children, four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild....

New Range Creek documentary to appear on public television in November

Many cultural treasures lie inside the Range Creek area.

Utah leads nation in home computer usage

Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., is pleased with a recently released report by the U.S. Census Bureau. The report shows that Utah ranks highest in the nation in home computer usage.The number one ranking is an improvement from the previous report ...

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