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Published May 8, 2003

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Development plans bring up Carbonville road issue again


The planning commission asked for a traffic study in the area where this corner exists. The roads in the area are of concern because of their size and their condition. Access to the area was also questioned at the meeting....

Weather brings out the play in kids


Chandler Adams shares his bubble gum with Josh Jones during an afternoon in the sandbox. Children across the Castle Valley area have caught the spring fever bug and can be found across the county participating in outdoor activities, despite the on an...

History of water law long, convoluted and complex


Dry lawns at parks, schools, churches and even at residences this spring point to the fact the four year drought that is plaguing the area is being taken seriously. Water in the west is more important than almost anything else, including land. Year...

Unemployment up in Carbon and Emery counties


The seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for April registered at 5.3 percent, compared to a revised 5.7 percent in March. During this time, approximately 64,300 Utahns were unemployed. In April 2002, the unemployment rate was 6.3 percent. ...

Quilting for charity


Peggy Atwood working on a Blue Star flag that is being given to families with children or spouses serving in the military.

East Carbon MVP Team Wins Silver Bowl Award


Missy Yanez, one of the team leaders for the East Carbon MVP team is picutred escorting a young man into the gym at the recent Castle Valley prom. The East Carbon Group won the state Silver Bowl award recently....

Art students work outside at CEU


College of Eastern Utah art student Jesse Van Wagener spent part of of last week working on pottery outside the art building on the campus. While he was doing this, across the street many students were packing up their dorm rooms to go home for the s...

Donation made to military families


Castleview Hospital CEO, Jeff Manley presents Jennifer Hatfield with a check to be used by local military families. After the 1457 National Guard unit was deployed in February, Hatfield, who's husband is part of the military unit, approached the hosp...

Family assistance center opens at Price Armory


Members of the Utah Army National Guard, 1457th A Company 3rd Platoon from Price participate in a training activity at Fort Lewis, Washington. The troops dug the fighting position by hand using shovels and E tools during infantry lanes training. So...

Local karate students compete in annual state championship


United States Master of Wado Ryu, Toshio Osaka stands with local karate students during the Utah Open Karate Championships last week.

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