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Published April 11, 2002

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Castle Valley Center's students host 2002 prom activities

Amie Stewart and Dashelle Black accompany Jared Humphrey in the procession preceding the Castle Valley Center prom on Tuesday. The two eighth graders along with other students from Helper Junior High, Carbon High School and the college not only parti...

Exploring Udot's Past, Present U.S. Highway 6 Improvements

A memorial marks the place where a motorist died on U.S. Highway 6 in Price Canyon. People may confuse overall auto death statistics with U.S. 6 numbers and some think all of the fatalities on the road happen in Carbon County. According to the dat...

Signs of spring continue to crop up across Carbon County

The signs of spring continue to crop up across Castle Valley. Trees and flowers are blooming, sprinklers are running on lawns and the crack of baseball bats can be heard in local parks. Another sure sign of spring are dogs like Ruger, rolling in the ...

Carbon posts climbing unemployment

Carbon County's unemployment rate climbed to 6.4 percent in March, up significantly from the 5.9 percent joblessness reported in February.

Concerns regarding development project on Fairgrounds Road surface at meeting

Proposed development on Fairgrounds Road near the medical building on 100 North in Price may be delayed or not completed after discussion at the regular monthly meeting of the county's planning board April 2....

Girl Scout donates handmade quilts

Liz Kobe donates a handmade quilt to Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova. The Utah Girl Scouts Troop 869 member decided to make the quilts after hearing about how wonderful the stuff animal project was with local law enforcement agencies....

Carbon fifth grader captures state geography bee title

Derek Wells explains to his mother, Paula, about all the places that he wishes to visit. Derek recently competed at the state geography bee and successfully captured the Utah title, along with winning the atlas that he looks through with his friends ...

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