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Published October 9, 2007

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Castle Valley Economic Summit: Part II


Kristen Cox, Utah State Executive Director of Workforce Services.

Treasure hunt: Local scouts gather to learn the art of geocaching


Lon Huntsman finds a treasure stash in the area near Buckhorn Reservoir in the San Rafael Swell.

Local youth accept Rachel's Challenge


Sierra Bridgewater accepts Rachel's Challenge to spread acts of kindness one small step at a time as she signs her name on the poster at Emery High.

Hearings on Crandall Canyon Mine Begin: Part Iv, Miners Families Testify in Washington DC at Hearing


Family representatives from the deceased miners testify at the Congressional hearings in Washington DC.

MSHA Awards Half-million Dollars in Mine Safety Grants


The Mine Safety and Health Administration announced seven recipients of a total of $500,000 in grant funds for education and training at underground coal mines. MSHA established the competitive grants program through a provision in the Mine Improveme...

Volunteers work to clean-up Green River


Volunteers from Spanish Fork work to clean up the area surrounding the Green River Community Center/Boys and Girls Club in Green River.

Utahns' hearts not bound by county lines


On behalf of Utah Association of Counties, our heart felt sympathies go out to all the residents of Huntington, Emery County, Carbon County, and all those who have been affected by the Crandall Canyon Mine collapse. Through this hard time, we have se...

Commissioners hear overtime concerns at recent meeting


The Crandall Canyon mine disaster was brought up in the Emery County Commission meeting on Oct. 2. Many of the county's exempt employees worked many long, extra hours during the entire mine episode. An exempt employee is one who is in a salaried posi...

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