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Published August 21, 2007

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Tragedy upon tragedy at the Crandall Canyon Mine in Huntington Canyon as three rescuers die


Richard Stickler, assistant secretary of labor fields questions at the Friday morning press conference.

Gage Phillips accepts gift


Gage Phillips accepts a gift from the Emery High football team. His father, Brandon is one of the six trapped coal miners within the Crandall Canyon Mine. He is escorted by his grandmother Sheila, Brandon's mother....

Emery accepts donation from Duchesne


Emery High principal, Gwen Callahan accepts a donation check from the Duchesne football team on behalf of the trapped miners families at the Friday football game.

How does your lasagna garden grow?


Lou Juanna Snow of Ferron works in her lasagna garden.

Crandall Canyon mine: Daily Update


Sunday Aug. 19 press updates-Families speak

Names of deceased miners released


Authorities have released the names of the three rescuers who were killed in their attempt to locate six trapped mines in Crandall Canyon.

Seismic activity recorded by University of Utah


Deadly mine 'bump' was recorded as seismic event magnitude-1.6 seismic waves indicate downward motion

Senator Bennett offers condolences to the families who lost loved ones at Crandall Canyon Mine


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Senator Bennett issued the following statement immediately after the tragic news that three rescuers were killed and six injured during what experts call a significant bounce in the Crandall County Mine on Thursday: "My thoughts an...

Hatch visits mine after tragedy


Orrin G. Hatch visited with local leaders, family members, and officials of the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) on the continuing effort to rescue the six trapped miners in Crandall Canyon Mine. Underground mining to reach the men was su...

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