|Published November 5, 2002|
Snow flurries, light rainstorms threaten to catch residents off guard in county
A light snow squall passes through the Miller Creek area last week, demonstrating how the grip of an early winter season can catch the Carbon County community off guard. During the last few years, the autumn seasons have been mild and prolonged, mak...
Providing animals with adequate nourishment, shelter
A little goat munches on weeds and grass that are still growing in the area. But the ground cover will be soon disappear and residents should focus on preparing adequate shelters for animals. All animals need a warm place to sleep and plenty of fres...
Court continues hearing in auto homicide case
On Oct. 30, a former Utah Highway Patrol trooper charged with automobile homicide appeared at a preliminary hearing in the third degree felony criminal complaint.
State education board declines to endorse charter high school
Last Friday, the Utah Board of Education decided not to allow Pinnacle Canyon to start a charter high school program.
Unemployment rate dips in Carbon County, state fights to recover from recession effects
Carbon County's unemployment rate dipped slightly in October to register at 5.6 percent, declining from the 5.7 percent level reported in September.
Carbon County author publishes book relating memories of working as cowboy in Nine Mile
Tom McCourt explains the unique Nine Mile rock art he managed to record on film. The longtime Carbon County resident has written a book relating his experiences as a cowboy on a ranch in the canyon. The local author will be on-hand to sign copies o...
Cows in the corn is not all bad during the Autumn harvest
It's the time of year when many farmers aren't worried about the cows being in the corn. In fact in this case they have put them there to eat the remnants of the crops they have been raising. The fall is a time of harvest and often plenty for not onl...
Fire minded officials have education meeting in Price Canyon
Fire managers from throughout the Inter Mountain Region gathered in Price Canyon a couple weeks ago to study the Price Canyon fire, which destroyed over 3,000 acres, back in early July. Organized by local fire manager Scott Steinburg, fire officials ...
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