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Published October 3, 2002

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Carbon County drivers cautioned to stop for stationary, mobile red traffic lights


Carbon County motorists should remain alert for mobile traffic lights and equipment temporarily placed along roadways to check traveling speeds.

Price law enforcement officials testing laptop computers in city patrol vehicles


Police Lt. Ed Shook utilizes the capabilities of a new laptop computer being tested in Price city patrol cars. Although the new system is still in the process of being set up and tested, when fully operational, the computers will allow Price city o...

Planning Panel Endorses Boc Gases Plant Project


A Great Britain based company has been working recently with Questar to utilize a substance oming from gas wells that has just been vented into the atmosphere in the past: carbon dioxide....

Claims for jobless benefits climb in state while national average drops


Ending Sept. 21, the four-week average of initial unemployment insurance claims filed across Utah registered at 1,761.

Officers receive awards for rescue of paraplegic from burning home in Helper


Highway Patrol Trooper Joe Christman, Carbon County Sheriff Officers Ron Bogdin and Frank Pero and Helper Police Officers Lynn Archuleta and Ralph Vose hold awards that were given to them for their part in the rescue of Steven Goff from from a burnin...

"Dump site" popular with tourists coming to Carbon County


Many local people are not even aware that a recreational vehicle "dump site" is available at no cost across the street from the Price River Water Improvement District offices on Fairgrounds Road. On this day a motor home from Quebec towing an auto wa...

Breakfast at Peace Gardens kicks off United Way campaign


The United Way of Southeast Utah kicked off their 2002 fall campaign with a breakfast Monday morning Sept. 30 at the Peace Gardens. Pam Juliano, executive director of the United Way welcomed the group and explained a few of the many programs that are...

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