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Published January 7, 2003

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Visitor salutes county with unique version of Olympic torch


The official Olympic torch may have bypassed Castle Valley, but Mike Amos arrived at the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce banquet Tuesday with a unique version of the traditional symbol. The chamber event included the installation of 2002 board of d...

Prehistoric museum slates Feb. 8 lectures by pro rodeo announcer Don Jesser


Carbon County rodeo queen Tanna Allred studies the photos showcased in the Otho Hartly display at College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. In conjunction with the Cultural Olympiad traveling exhibit, the museum will host free lectures by pro rode...

Carbon's jobless rate drops


The unemployment rate in Carbon County dropped one full percentage point between December 2001 and January 2002.

County planning board reviews draft of proposed zoning ordinance revisions


During a regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 5, the Carbon County planning commission reviewed the draft rewrite of proposed zoning ordinances.

Coalition challenges San Rafael plan


The Utah Shared Access Alliance has asked Gov. Mike Leavitt to delay forwarding the proposal for a San Rafael national monument to President George Bush until questions about the legality and appropriateness of the designation are fully considered....

IRS Cautions Local Residents to Avoid 'dirty Dozen' Tax Scams


The Internal Revenue Service has issued an alert warning Carbon County residents to avoid falling victim to the "Dirty Dozen" tax scams. The scams surface annually as tax filing season starts....

Preparing books for cancer library


Castleview Hospital volunteer Pat Marinoni glues sleeves onto the inside cover of the books recently placed in the new cancer library at the local medical treatment facility.

Nutrition association donates blankets for emergencies


Carbon County School District nutrition association president Peggy Wilmonen hands a blankets and stuffed toy bear to Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Larry Mower. The women in the association bought the material and made 35 blankets as part of the organ...

Celebration of Olympic proportions


Gloria Fryer of Price ran the Olympic torch in St. George on Tuesday morning. She ran it by Dixie High School and was the second runner of the day. Fryer, a five year resident of Carbon County, was nominated by her son, Sam Zozaya. Fryer, who worked ...

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