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Published January 1, 2002

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Male motorist dies in Friday accident near Hiawatha Junction on State Road 10


Price emergency personnel struggle to carry the body of Cory Shawn Cornish of Ferron up a steep and rocky hill Friday morning following a fatal traffic incident on State Road 10. The accident occurred Dec. 28 at approximately 10:30 a.m. when the ve...

Commission honors law enforcement agencies, adjusts 2001 county budget


The Carbon County Commission met for the final meeting of 2001 last Thursday. The two major items on the agenda concerned law enforcement awards presented to three police agencies in the area and opening the 2001 county budget for final review and...

Drivers reminded to exercise caution


Dusty Warner stocks local store shelves with one alcoholic beverage of choice at New Year's celebrations. Many residents will participate in parties across the county, but are reminded to leave car keys behind when drinking. Never drink and drive. A...

Seven arrested in drug investigation


A report to the Carbon County Sheriff's Office regarding stolen property and the possibility that two parole violators were at a residence resulted in the arrest of seven people Thursday....

Workforce services recaps 2001, releases 2002 projections


Near the end of 2001, Utah's economy experienced its worst slump since the 1980s.

Local city work crews to assist with tree disposal process


As the holiday season winds down, residents prepare to dispose of the trees which were once adorned with bright ornaments and lights. Local city agencies plan to help with the disposal process by picking up undecorated trees placed at the curb sides....

Photography exhibit depicts Smith's beloved Southwest


Twentieth Century Achievement is one of 21 photos and exhibits of Gary Smith's workdisplayed at CEU Prehistoric Museum. The photo essay is a display of images presented to the world in National Geographic, when Smith was at the height of his work....

Federal agency implements regulation requiring phone companies to increase subscriber line fees


Beginning in January, telephone customers can expect to start the rate increase cycle that seems to be set to last during the course of one to two years.

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