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Published December 17, 2002

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Carbon government builds protective structures for canines at animal shelter

Carbon government continues to improve the overflow area at the animal shelter on Utah Highway 10. In the past, officials were hesitant to keep dogs at the shelter due to the lack of structures to protect the animals from the elements. But recently,...

County board of education votes to conduct leeway election

Walt Borla, superintendent David Armstrong, Jim Leonard, Grady McEvoy and Sam Chiara sit in the board room at the school district's new offices before the public meeting last Wednesday. The session was the first meeting in the room and the last f...

Gas company representatives tour local firetower facility

Price Chief Kent Boyack explains the functions of the firetower located near the county fairgrounds to ConacoPhillips representatives. A group of gas company officials visited the site last Saturday and received a guided tour of the facility. At the ...

Commission addresses fairgrounds concerns

Potential conflicts and liability situations at the fairgrounds were addressed by the Carbon County Commission last Wednesday night.

Leavitt explains recommendations to alleviate Utah's budget shortfall

The $117 million dollar budget shortfall the state is facing for 2003 is a reality that no one can hide their head from. But how to solve that problem, without almost destroying some cherished institutions in the state is a point of debate that will...

Carbon Girl Scouts get kids wild about reading

Young readers from thoughout the county gathered recently at Creekview elementary school to participate ih a reading event where 27 new reading centers were displayed. The reading centers are now out in the communities where children are most likel...

Protecting Carbon County children from common househould dangers

Common household items such as stoves and window blinds can cause serious problems for children of all ages. To ensure that children are safe in each room of a home, adults should inspect dangerous situations and make them safe for children. During...

If there's snow it must be snow tire time in Castle Valley

The snow that began on Monday night hopefully will result in a lot of water next summer. It can also result in difficult driving circumstances. In recent years snow tires have not been as popular, largely because of front wheel drive vehicles and rad...

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