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Published August 6, 2002

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U.S. 6 Projects Proceed at Record Pace

Crews work to complete a passing lane on U.S. 6 designed to keep slower traffic to the right on the uphill grade traveling toward Price from Sunnyside Junction. The passing lane is needed in the area because of large coal trucks running minutes apa...

Cement replacing bricks at gathering spot on College of Eastern Utah campus

Workers are close to finishing a project in 'the pit' at College of Eastern Utah. Housing events and outside dances, the area was constructed when the library was built more than 30 years ago, complete with a brick floor. The pit's new red pigmented ...

Carbon County landmark dismantled

Crews disassemble the KOAL radio tower that has served as a sort of welcoming sign to Carbon County for years. The tower came down last Thursday and will probably be sold to another station somewhere in the country. The tower, which stood adjacent t...

Carbon County posts climbing jobless rate

Carbon County experienced increasing unemployment in July. Local joblessness jumped to 6.4 percent from the 5.3 percent uenmployment rate reported in June 2002.

Wellington Secures CIB Grant to Purchase Rescue Vehicle

Seventeen entities in rural Utah will receive more than $6 million to help pay for improvement projects.

Bikes are on roads throughout county

Bicyclists can be found plying their way along roads all over Carbon County. Safety officials remind motorists that bike riders have the same rights as any vehicle on the road and should be considered the same as any slow moving conveyance. The bicyc...

Graffiti continues to be issue in county

Regardless of the message it portrays, tagging of private and public property in Carbon County is illegal. While not the problem here that it is in many major cities, graffiti can be seen in places like railroad overpasses, canal bridges, and walkway...

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