|Published June 11, 2002|
Emphasis on conserving water climbs with temperature
The water levels in the Price River remain considerably lower than normal, signaling the mounting importance of water conservation in Carbon County.
County, U.S. 6 Share Pivotal Years in '60s
Construction on U.S. Highway 6 continues west of Tucker. In the past, work on the highway has ranged from minor repairs to major reworks of certain parts of the road. One of the biggest projects was begun with the planning stage in 1961 when a tota...
Crews battling Manti-LaSal wildfires on Nelson Mountain, near Blanding
Emergency crew members battle a wildfire on Nelson Mountain near Ferron. In addition to the Emery County blaze, Manti-LaSal National Forest personnel have focused on extinguishing a wildfire that erupted near Blanding....
Carbon County unique as agencies, developers work together
Eagles are one of the native raptors that make their home in Castle County. The BLM is mandated to manage the habitat for wildlife, while the Division of Fish & Wildlife have been collecting data on the eagles for many years. ...
Even in a drought wildflowers show up in some places
While many parts of the desert are devoid of wild flowers this spring, the mountains still have many that want to show off. These flowers were photographed in the Flat Canyon area near some water. On the dryer side of things, a few flowers have appea...
State fire fighters scheduled to meet in Price
Rita Dunn, Jenny Stefanoff, Tammy Boyack, and Brenda Peczuh display the quilts which will be donated to the University of Utah's burn center. The donation of 125 quilts will be made by the Price City Fire department during an annual fire fighters c...
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