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Published April 4, 2002

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Inspectors explain building permits, codes


Building inspectors indicate that one of the most common violations of the National Electrical Code occurs when people remodel private residences. The violation results when individuals use an extension cords to transport power from one area of a h...

Melting snowpack signals drought


Only thin patches of snow remain in the mountains surrounding Carbon County. It won't be long before the moisture seeps into the soil and moves downstream. Castle Valley and Utah are entering into a fourth consecutive drought year. Officials are call...

Nascar Vehicle Attracts Attention During Visit to County


A NASCAR vehicle catches the attention of several students on the College of Eastern Utah campus in Price. United States Air Force brought the car to Carbon County last week as part of a local recruiting drive. The NASCAR vehicle attracted crowds of...

Helper council acts on derelict property


A discussion regarding derelict properties highlighted the Helper City Council meeting last Thursday. The officials grappled with the problem of what to do with dilapidated, abandoned houses that owners refuse to deal with at locations within Helper...

Claims for unemployment insurance benefits continue to climb across Utah, United States


Ending March 23, the four-week average of unemployment insurance initial claims filed across Utah registered at 2,154.

Curious goose steals barnyard stage


Becoming a part of the action captures the attention of a curious goose. The term 'camera shy' surely does not fit the character's personality as he focuses on stealing the show from the other barnyard animals...

Regents Approve Tuition Hikes at CEU, Higher Ed Institutions


The Utah Board of Regents has approved second-tier tuition increases for nine higher education institutions in the state.

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