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Published September 12, 2002

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Carbon County elementary students observe Patriots Day at special program


Law enforcement and local emergency response personnel participate in a specially planned patriotic event at Wellington Elementary. The school presented the program on the grounds in front of the building Wednesday morning to honor the first respond...

Campus police issue parking citations


The construction closure of the main lot at College of Eastern Utah has compounded the parking problems students and visitors encounter on the campus. But motorists should be aware that CEU campus police will not ignore the violations....

Construction work continues, crews install rafters at Active Re-Entry building


Construction crew members focus on installing rafters at the new Active Re-Entry building near the county fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon. Work on the expanded independent living center project appears to be proceeding on schedule and local officials s...

County panel reviews Scofield Estates project


Carbon County's planning commission met Tuesday and board members considered a proposal for a subdivision near Scofield Reservoir.

CIB Allocates Grant for Skyline Hydrologic Study


The Utah Community Impact Board has approved an emergency grant to conduct a hydrologic study on the water seeping into Skyline coal mine.

Analysts Compare Utah, U.S. Income Tax Burdens


Wealthy Americans continued to pay the lion's share of federal income taxes.

Judge binds Heffelfingers over for trial in murder case


The subjects of a massive manhunt last October in the Carbon area will be tried on capital murder charges and face the death penalty in a Daggett County case.

The "Gourd Lady"


Creating art from the garden

Evening of Tributes


Saluting and honoring our local heros and patriots

Firemen raise record dollars in fill-the-boot campaign


The Price City Fire Department and area citizens shined brightly over the last two weeks in fund raising efforts. Price City Fire Department fire fighters raised $2879 in the boots at the Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Smith's Food and Albertson's parking lots....

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