You'll be reading and hearing more about this soon.#3 1-12-94 HISTORY CORNER by Dale Fisk It was a cold day, less than two weeks after Thanksgiving. The older students of Council's overcrowded old brick school were looking forward to moving into the new, ,500 high school that was nearing completion across the highway from the courthouse.
Railroads were the only mode of transport that was fairly dependable.
It cuts down the hill and across the old paved highway.
If you look about 300 yards up the Middle Fork from the present highway bridge at the base of Mesa hill, you can see the abutments for the bridge the old "Moser grade" used.
Several arrow heads were found during the 1940 excavations, especially around the settling tank in the west part of town, and along the trench leading west from the tank.
I've been told that if the present workers find any artifacts, the job might have to be stopped until an archaeologist can be called in to examine the site.
As near as we can tell, the big bell that now sits in front of the city hall / museum building was used as an alarm before that time.