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Published May 9, 2002

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Rapid intervention team responds to structure fire Tuesday

Firemen extinguish the hot spots inside a mobile home at Pillings Trailer Park on Tuesday. The structure fire erupted May 7 at approximately 3 p.m.

Addition at hospital loses electrical power due to damaged transmission line

Price city work crews prepare a trench to install a replacement power line to Castleview Hospital. At about 6 p.m. on Monday, a heavy equipment operator reportedly dropped the tooth of a bulldozer to start excavation along U.S. 6 for Carbon-Emery Te...

Joblessness dips in county

Carbon County's unemployment rate continues to fluctuate, with local joblessness dipping to 6.1 percent in April from 6.3 percent in March 2002. By comparison, Carbon County reported a 6.6 percent unemployment rate in April 2001....

Carbon officials discuss canal, fire warden issues

Carbon lawmakers handled a lengthy agenda at the county commission meeting May 1.

Planning board favors granting conditional use permits

Carbon planning board members met Tuesday and the main subject of interest on the agenda involved two pipelines that are going to be put in opposite ends of the county.

Students collecting books for doctor's offices, hospital

Creekview Elementary students pack the books collected during a recent drive supported by the PTA. The books will be given to local doctor offices and the hospital for ill children to enjoy. On May 1, Mallorie and Wyatt Martinez, Lane Neese and Candi...

Groups planting greenery as Helper kids fishing pond project nears completion

The kids fishing pond development project in Helper is nearing completion. Last week, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources started partially filling the waterhole. In addition, a number of wildlife groups provided greenery for the pond. Participan...

Strong wind gust tears roof off Wellington garage, blows debris across yard

While standing outside in his yard, Dean Bradley spotted a strong wind gust moving swiftly toward his property kicking up dirt and debris along the way. Bradley quickly jumped into his truck to take shelter and witnessed the strong wind tear the roof...

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