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Published June 27, 2002

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Primary election polls attract low percentage of voters in Carbon County area

A Carbon County resident signs in at the Castleview Hospital primary elections station as poll judge Lola Anderton points to where the voter's signature should be placed. Officials across the state reported a number of people who walked into polling ...

Public, higher education programs facing cuts in funding from state

The halls in the Reeves Building at College of Eastern Utah are traditionally rather empty during the summer. But CEU could become emptier throughout the year if the Utah Legislature implements major cuts in higher ed funding. The board of regent...

Dry conditions compound fireworks related dangers

Old Glory serves as a symbol of patriotism not only on Flag Day, but also during the July 4th holiday season. Due to extreme drought conditions, Carbon County residents should exercise caution when celebrating the holiday with fireworks....

Lightning ignites fires in Bookcliffs

The United States Bureau of Land Management announced Tuesday that a type two incident command team has been brought into the area to battle two wildfires in the Bookcliffs approximately 40 miles north of Moab....

Governor Supports Exchanging San Rafael Parcels for U.S Land

Gov. Mike Leavitt recently announced the second largest proposed state and federal land exchange in Utah's history.

Parents, son trio receive diplomas at summer high school graduation ceremony

Family members Earl and Kori Cullum along with Noah Behunin pose for pictures following their high school graduation ceremony. The family was the first ever father, mother and son trio from the Carbon County School District to receive diplomas at t...

Four Corners mental health services agency announces name change

After 30 years of operating under the name Four Corners Community Mental Health Center Inc., the agency that currently serves residents in Carbon, Emery and Grand counties plans to change the corporation's name....

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