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Published September 4, 2007

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Hard times: Miners speak on loss of jobs at Tower Mine


Laid off miners from the Tower Mine, David Berdan and Shane Winward attend a press conference at the command post for the Crandall Canyon mine disaster.

Voice of a thousand angels or coal miners daughters


Angels sing at the Voice of a Thousand Angels celebration at the Price Peace Gardens: Teonna Olsen, Madison Anderson, Calie Schade, Lauren Rice and Shainey Hackney get ready to sing and light candles in memory of six trapped miners at Crandall Cany...

Annual poetry gathering at Castle Valley Ranch


Dr. Otto Dickman sings of the pain of being a proctologist.

Crandall Canyon updates


Bruce Hill and Laine Adair general managers for UtahAmerican Energy speak about their company.

Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. reflects on Crandall Canyon


In a private interview with Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. he was asked to reflect on the situation ongoing in Emery County with the Crandall Canyon mine.

Barrel Race


For the miners and their families of the Crandall Canyon Mine collapse Sept. 8 at Castle Dale Indoor Arena, 175 South 300 East, Castle Dale. It will begin at 11 a.m. Open 4D $40 fee $1,000 added 18/40 4D $20 fee Must be under 18 or over 40 to enter....

Primary Elections for Green River and Huntington


Two Emery County communities will hold municipal primary elections on Sept. 11. In Green River there are three City Council seats up for election. The term is four years. Candidates who have filed for election are as follows: ...

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