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Residents, expect delays

Road crews pound away, residents should expect delays near Spring Glen

Local youth starts lifelong journey

Paige McDonald gets ready to lose her training wheels as she tries out her new bike. The 4 year-old East Carbon resident was out with her dad for an evening ride at Sunnyside's new city hall....

Zero fatalities program identifies conditions jeopardizing traffic safety

Along with drowsy and impaired driving, the national zero fatalities program has outlined several other conditions that can seriously affect an individual's ability to drive safely. ...

College addresses auditors' concerns

It's been several years since the state has received an annual financial report on time from College of Eastern Utah.

Local water company's future remains in limbo

The long discussed issue of whether the Price River Water Improvement District will take over Pinnacle/John Paul Water Company has hit a wall and the next move is being left to the company's members....

Travel region promotes local area nationwide

Kathy Hanna-Smith and Joann Eich stand by some of the thousands of information requests the travel bureau has recieved due to their constant advertising. The ads were made possible by several partnerships. ...

Cycle group wants to get their motors running, hit highway to Helper

The Brotherhood of Motorcyle Campers is looking to conduct their 2009 annual gathering in Helper.

Governor endorses water rights bill sponsored by District 67 representative

On May 8, Gov. Jon Huntsman signed the state's ceremonial water rights bill in Nephi.

Selecting healthier fast food options

The obesity rate in the United States has more than doubled in the last 20 years and fast foods continue to contribute to the situation.

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