|Published January 17, 2002|
Winter deep freezes water flows, creates natural ice sculptures on canyon walls
Ice accumulating along the rock walls in Price Canyon not only decorates the gorge, but transforms the scenery daily due to temperature changes. People traveling the canyon can readily view the fingers of ice traversing the roadway. But stopping to ...
Bends, Curves Pose Hazard for Unwary U.S. 6 Travelers
In the early 1960s, the rock duo of Jan and Dean made music based on the California life of surfing and cars. One of their best known songs was a tune titled "Dead Man's Curve." ...
Volunteers organizing 2002 Helper Firemen's Ball activities
Kyle Fox, chairman, and Kent Allred, co-chair of the Helper Firemen's Ball in Helper, hope for a good turnout at the event Feb. 9. Firefighters and rescue personnel will visit communities in Carbon to sell tickets for the dance and prize drawings. T...
DWS Report Analyzes Carbon Economic Data
The impact of the Willow Creek mine's closure continues to exert a negative impact the Carbon County economy.
National coalition study questions expenditure of tobacco settlement revenues in Utah, states
Utah ranks 26th in the nation in using money from the 1998 state tobacco settlement to protect youth.
Gallery East displays works created by Carbon area artists
David Richey Johnsen discusses his unique creations with local art enthusiasts attending a reception Jan. 11 at Gallery East on the College of Eastern Utah campus in Price. Johnsen, along with Thomas Elmo Williams, mingled with Carbon County resident...
Workers preparing to raise walls on Ascension St. Matthew's building in Price
Construction workers are in the process of preparing to raise the walls on the new Ascension St. Matthew's Church building on north Homestead Boulevard in Price. Construction of the 17,000 square foot Lutheran-Episcopalian center is expected to be co...
CEU Museum Arranges to Host Hartly Olympiad Photo Exhibit
The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum has arranged to host a Cultural Olympiad Special Traveling Exhibit.
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