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Published October 15, 2002

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County considering river designation resolution

The Price River is under study by the BLM in conjunction with federal legislation enacted in 1968 . Wild and scenic river proponents claim the designations have little effect on past practices. But opponents contend that a great deal can change, in...

CEU Construction Outpaces Schedule

Work on the Reeves building at College of Eastern Utah is moving along well and may be finished ahead of the 2003 scheduled opening, according to officials. The structure will incorporate the look of the old building architecturally, with modern mate...

Gripping branches poses challenge

A small owl fights the wind last week, teetering on a slim perch. Owls are generally nocturnal, but the birds are occasionally spotted resting in trees and on power lines during daylight hours in Castle Valley. ...

Price city selects block grant application project

The public hearing in preparation to apply for 2003-2004 community development block grant funding was conducted at the Price City Council meeting Oct. 9.

Compacts, court rulings regulate Colorado River

The Colorado River falls more than 12,000 feet as the waterway flows from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California.

Pta Road Show Comes to Carbon County

Carbon County art enthusiasts including Helen Garr, John Barnett and Andy Barnett Jr. gathered at the CEU Prehistoric Museum art gallery last Friday night for a reception kicking off a local art exhibit featuring art and culture of Castle Country. T...

Carbon County Structure Rapidly Falls to Reclamation Project near U.S Highway 6

As traffic speeds by on U.S. 6, the Willow Creek tipple and monument stand as mute witnesses on the other side of the highway. The transfer station that once carried coal from mine number three to the processing area at the mining complex is being di...

Knights of Columbus honor firemen

Jim Thompson and Steve Papazaharis help prepare the food for a barbecue honoring Price firemen and their families presented by the Knights of Columbus Council 1647. Fire fighters were presented with a card featuring the patron saint of fire fighters ...

Carbon high student participates in all-state band program in Salt Lake

Adam Cunningham plays his clarinet in preparation for the state band concert in Salt Lake City. The event took place Oct. 11 at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle. Cunningham is a senior at Carbon High and was one of only 80 band students in the state to ...

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