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Published August 13, 2002

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Monumental Ideas

Governor Mike Leavitt introduces Dr. Keith Allred to the crowd at the Castle Valley Pageant Site. Allred will lead a project to gather ideas on a monument from the local area, state and across the country....

Concerns over Water Discussed During DOGM Monthly Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Oil, Gas and Mining met on July 31 in the Emery County Courthouse commission chambers in Castle Dale.

Mining permits under revision for Book Cliffs

UtahAmerican Energy, Inc. is making technical revisions to its mining application pending before the state, as part of the review process for a permit to tap its Book Cliffs reserves. ...

Unemployment climbs in Castle Country

In Emery County the unemployment rate rose to 8.1 percent, up from 7.3 percent reported in June. In Carbon County the unemployment rate rose as well, up to 6.4 percent in July. In June Carbon County reported an unemployment rate of 5.3 percent....

Road Work Ahead

Crews from Nielson Construction begin asphalt paving on State Route 10 near the Hiawatha Junction. Passing lanes are being constructed along three-miles of the road in that area, as are passing lanes at another one mile section of SR-10 near Wilberg ...

The Meaning of Patriotism

After the September 11 disaster the 4-H Patriots decided to learn more about the flag and their country. At the recent 4-H day camp they presented a demonstration of the meaning of the Pledge and the history of the flag. They spent time studying famo...

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