|Published January 7, 2002|
Snowfall brings moisture, creates winter recreation opportunities in county
Krista Edwards flies through the air on her tube as the youth comes off the sledding hill outside of Kenilworth on Saturday. The snow that dropped on locations across Carbon County last week provided needed moisture, but created winter driving con...
Carbon County area welcomes first infant to arrive in 2003
Carbon County's first baby of 2003 born is Hayley Macquelle Sorrells, the daughter of Wellington residents Tanya and Ron Sorrells. The tiny bundle of joy weighed seven pounds three ounces and measured 19 inches long. Born Jan. 2 at 10:08 p.m. at Cast...
Utah Ranks Fourth in U.S. Health Care Report
Utah earned a fourth place rating in the United Health Care 2002 nationwide rankings.
Doe Compiles Coal, Energy Forecast
United States consumers and the nation's energy industry experienced extremely volatile prices during 2002.
Exploring New Year's history, traditions
The New Year's celebration is the oldest of all holidays and was first observed in ancient Babylon nearly 4,000 years ago.
Pole tumbles in traffic accident, electrical service disrupted in Carbonville area
A downed power pole serves as a silent witness to a single vehicle traffic accident Sunday at 4:07 p.m. on Carbonville Road. Utah Power & Light crews responded to the scene and worked to replace the pole. The mishap disrupted the electrical services...
Castle Valley drivers line up to wash winter dirt off vehicles
Carbon County residents continue to line up at local car washes to clean the grime off vehicles resulting from a week of winter storms. Last weekend, the longest lines formed in front of the local automatic car washing facilities, where Castle Valle...
Castle Valley youth donates hair to Locks of Love Foundation
Lynda Compagni cuts the hair of Briann Chavez, who decided to donate her long brown tresses to the Locks of Love Foundation.
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