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Published September 16, 2003

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Dictionaries end up with students at Petersen Elementary

Sam Leonard of the East Carbon Rotary Club hands out dictionaries to third grade students at Petersen Elementary as part of a program that supplies the books to students around the nation. The program was put together by Jim Robertson when he heard ...

I'm So Pretty, Oh So Pretty

This Alpaca posed for the camera one afternoon last week in Spring Glen. It seemed to be enjoying the pleasant temperatures that were prevalent in the area while it munched on the grass. The weather has turned quickly from summer to fall in the last ...

Glorious sunsets DOT the areas skies in the late summer

The evening have been lit up by gorgeous sunsets the last few weeks, particularly on the days when thundershowers are passing by. Each season brings different kinds of sunsets, like this one that appeared over East Carbon a couple of weeks ago. ...

BOR Slates Price Meeting on Gooseberry-narrows Project

Due to the well depletion at several locations across the state, the water engineer's office announced last week that Utah may have to re-evaluate the rights granted on aquifers since World War II....

County zoning board reviews fire flow rules

The issue of what type of water flow from a culinary system is required to fight a house fire came nder discussion at the Carbon County Planning and Zoning Board meeting last week. The matter did not involve a specific subdivision or development, but...

Manufacturing job losses, stalling residential prices hindering Utah's recovery

During the last two and one-half years, Utah has lost nearly 15,000 manufacturing jobs statewide.

Gun range moving along at governments pace

When pilots land on the main runway at the Carbon County Airport they pass right over some of the land that the Gun Range Committee has been working with the Bureau of Land Management to secure for the new facility. Much of the are will remain as i...

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