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Published August 28, 2007

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Friends and family celebrate the life of fallen rescuer Dale Black


Lannie Sitterud, brother-in-law of Dale Black shoots his arrow in honor of Bird at the funeral in Huntington Canyon on Aug. 21.

Ferron discusses Peach Days celebration


RJ the Clown will be at the Peach Days parade and at the park. She is seen here with Zachary Jones.

Canyon View tennis team raises funds for miners families


Members of the Canyon View High School tennis team and the Emery High tennis team along with their coaches Karen Marchant, CVHS and Tom Hansen, EHS.

Farmers Market


Local Farmers' Market ready to open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon until seasons end.Local producers in Carbon and Emery Counties join to provide the best and freshest produce. Gardeners and producers with extra that shouldn't go to waste. Contact R...

Zions Bank donates to miners families


Huntington Mayor Hilary Gordon visits with Tom Morgan of Zions Bank.

College of Eastern Utah announces scholarship


In response to the on-going tragedy at the Crandall Canyon mine, College of Eastern Utah announced yesterday a tuition assistance program for the dependants of the heroic members of the mine rescue team who were killed last Thursday evening in an att...

Salvation Army helps out at Crandall Canyon


Gordon Franks takes care of things at the Salvation Army trailer. He serves meals and drinks to those at the command post.

Murray to temporarily idle Tower Mine


Sunday Aug. 26 Press Conference

Crandall Canyon mine


Crandall Canyon Update Monday Aug. 20

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