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Published February 11, 2003

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Guardsmen prepare to be activated as international scene grows more unsure


The Price contingent of the 1457th Engineer Combat Battalion were busy packing up equipment and gear for what on Thursday was the possibility of a call up after the unit had been placed on alert. A weekend trip to Camp Williams for "soldiers readines...

Winter sunsets getting later and later in the evening skies


Sunsets, such as this one viewed from near East Carbon, are showing up later and later into the evening as the days get longer. The unusually warm temperatures of January have given way to below normal temperatures so far in February. While the north...

Commission Approves Money for CD Project


Work on the Spring Canyon trail extension to the Helper Parkway began last week. Officials eventually see a connection between all the trails in the county with walkers and bicyclists being able to travel from Wood Hill near Price to Spring Canyon ...

Planning commission amends conditional use permit options


Conditional use permits for gas wells in Carbon County are dependent on many factors. The county's planning commission decided to revamp the fixed conditions for the wells at a meeting last week and to look at limits on wells based on individual ar...

Planning commission amends conditional use permit options


Carbon County's population continues to experience significant ups and downs.

New swimming pool boilers arrive


Two new boilers for the Price city swimming pool were lowered into their new home Monday morning by city crews. Since last September, pool personnel have limped along with failing boilers. Price City council voted after the failure to purchase the ne...

Chinese New Year at Castle Heights


Dillian Manzanares, Dustin Norried and Daniel Snider open their fortune cookies following an authentic Chinese luncheon. Castle Heights Elementary participated in a traditional Chinese lunch Jan. 31 to coincide with the cultures new year celebration....

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