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Published September 10, 2002

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State crime officials clear materials from suspected meth lab

State officials clean up a suspected methamphetamine laboratory last Wednesday in Wellington. The suspected clandestine operation was discovered after a small fire broke out in the private residence....

County awakes to puddles, blue skies

Carbon County awakens Monday morning to sunny skies and deep puddles of water standing in numerous locations in the valley. Weekend rains produced more moisture overall in Castle Valley than has fallen in any storm in a long time. The thirsty ground...

Volunteers assist junior high students

Janice Lee assists Helper Junior High student Emilio Olivas with homework during business and education day at the school. Members of the Key Bank office visit the school annually and perform activities to support education in the local area. Lee an...

Court renders guilty trial verdicts in negligent homicide complaint

On Sept. 5, the 7th District Court rendered guilty verdicts in the negligent homicide case filed against a Brigham City motorist in connection with a triple fatal traffic accident in Cat Canyon....

Carbon County Commissioners Discuss ATV Trail System Proposed by Residents

The Carbon County Commission met in their regularly scheduled meeting last Wednesday night and one of the main topics of discussion was the proposed ATV trail system some citizens of Wellington are proposing....

Carbon workforce witnesses dipping unemployment rate

Carbon County's workforce witnessed slightly declining unemployment in August.

County road department nears chip n' seal season end

Carbon County road crews have been working hard since the middle of June repairing and maintaining roads in the county. This example of a process known as chip n' seal is done during the hottest weather of the year. A coat of tar is put on the asphal...

Tracks lead to nowhere but the toolies

A spur of tracks off the Union Pacific main line near the Emma Park Road Bridge that was rebuilt by Utah County head into the bushes and just end there. There are numerous lines in the Carbon County area that do this, but most just end with a sign "...

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