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Published June 3, 2003

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Fire demonstrates risks associated with drought


Scorched grass covers the ground at Terrace Hills following last Wednesday's fire at the Price city park. The blaze demonstrates how the drought and lack of water in the Carbon County area could have disastrous impacts....

Cutworm infestation leads to moths invading Carbon area


Dark colored moths continue to plague the county. The flying insects are the adult form of the army cutworm that invaded agricultural lands in the local area in early spring....

Medical personnel participate in mass weapons workshop


Pam Konakis gets fitted for a respirator during decontamination training at a two-day weapons of mass destruction workshop last week. The Castleview infectious control nurse attended the course along with other hospital staff members. The course addr...

Drivers cautioned to comply with traffic rules in construction zones


Several highway improvement projects in the eastern region of the state that the Utah Department of Transportation has been working on continue to move forward.

National Model T Tour Passes Through Carbon County


The parade in Carbon County began with the cars coming in climbing from the south toward the top of Four Mile Hill. The tour is picking up Model T's and A's along the way and as they came into Price their numbers had risen to 32 vehicles. The tour, w...

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