|Published November 14, 2002|
Accident delays northbound traffic on Carbon Avenue
Emergency personnel assist a victim injured in an auto accident Tuesday morning. The Nov. 12 mishap tied up traffic heading through the Main Street-100 North block in Price. The accident reportedly occurred when a passenger car collided into the sid...
Food bank accepts donations, urges community to participate in meeting needs
Gilbert Sandoval, 3, sits on a milk crate on top of a pile of toilet tissue at the Carbon County Food Bank while relatives work at the center. The food bank feeds more than 1,500 individuals a month....
Carbonville Road improvements appear imminent in near future
For residents driving on Carbonville Road regularly, last summer was a challenge.
Domestic Violence Crimes Plague U.S.
Domestic violence is believed to be the most common crime against women, yet it is the least reported in the United States. Domestic violence is a problem that faces residents of every city and state in the nation, including Carbon County....
County upgrades airport, explores industrial interest
Most residents seldom think about the county airport. It isn't a boarding point for local travelers, huge amounts of cargo do not pass through it and large jets are not constantly visible in the sky reminding residents of the airport's location north...
Carbon tax rate ranks ninth lowest in Utah
Statewide property tax revenues are expected to reach $1.61 billion in 2002, an increase of $65 million or 4.2 percent compared to 2001.
Saving Birds, One at a Time
"I get so much more back than I will ever be able to give," says Debbie Pappas, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator from Price. This is a story of love, a story of a woman who has worked with animals for over 18 years and is now helping raptors get bac...
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