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Published August 15, 2002

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Severe dry conditions keep fire dangers high

Fire crews ensure that no hot spots remain at a brush fire which occurred in north Price Sunday afternoon. The blaze erupted near several homes but was contained before any damage was done to the residence. Carbon County is currently experiencing sev...

Surface and mineral rights under discussion

As more and more gas wells and their accompanying development dot the landscape in Carbon County, they also are being drilled more frequently on private surface rights land. This means that gas companies and private owners are having to negotiate m...

Injured man returns to Carbon County after remarkable recovery from accident

Dr. Cam Williams talks with Clint Cloward at Castleview Hospital. Cloward, who was trapped under a tractor in Wellington last Friday, returned from a Salt Lake hospital with relatively minor injuries considering the mishap. Also pictured are his sis...

Workforce services department compiles Carbon economic data

Carbon County's economy received a shot-in-the-arm during the second half of 2001, boosted by an upswing in local construction jobs.

Utah Endorses Telemarketing Brief Filed in U.S. Supreme Court

Acting forUtah, attorney general Mark Shurtleff joined a campaign to define First Amendment protections and require telemark-eters soliciting donations for charities to inform consumers exactly how the money will be spent....

Gettin' ready for school at Helper JHS

Workers haul desks back into Helper Junior High after they are pressure washed on the front lawn of the building in preparation for classes beginning next week. While construction on the building is hopping, custodial crews are cleaning up after the ...

Mining equipment still stands where it was left years ago

Numerous cable cars are suspended from cables above Sunnyside where mining operations ceased years ago. It looks in some places like the shift ended and the workers just walked away from the equipment. Rusty and old, it still stands as a monument to ...

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