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Published October 23, 2003

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Second graders tap into creative skills to design pumpkins


Michael Clark, a second grade student at Wellington Elementary creatively draws Frankenstein on a pumpkin. All second grade students in Carbon County received a pumpkin to decorate, donated by Richard Hackwell. Hackwell will visit the classrooms and ...

CEU Paleontologist Forecasts Unlimited Future for Museum


Reece Barrick, the new paleontologist at the College of Eastern Prehistoric Museum, examines a rock he uncovered at a local site. Barrick has spent numerous hours in scientific laboratories working with fossils. The prehistoric museum paleontologis...

Utah Attorney General's Office charges doctor with 12 offenses


In May, the Utah Attorney General's Office filed a felony level case in the 3rd District Court charging a Carbon County physician with 12 separate criminal offenses.

BOR Letter Addresses High Water Level at Scofield Reservoir


The controversy regarding the Gooseberry Reservoir appears not to be the only issue putting Carbon County on opposite ground from the United States Bureau of Reclamation.

Winterizing residences before cold season hits


Although Carbon County has experienced higher than normal temperatures during the past several weeks, it is only a matter of time before the weather changes and winter settles in the valley. However, now is the time for local residents to winterize h...

Preserving History


Eagle Scout saves Woodside Cemetery

PRWID Board Gives go Ahead for Water System Redevelopment


Construction crews were working along Mountain States Road in Carbonville on Tuesday getting the cut that was made for the sewer ready for pavement. The actual process began on Wednesday....

PRWID Board Gives go Ahead for Water System Redevelopment


Two of the men responsible for running Community Television Company of Price, D.A. Luske and Maynard Anderson, the head technician, pose with a new vehicle the company bought in 1957. At this point the company was rolling along well, but within a c...

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