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Published January 20, 2004

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Snow makes the cold season bearable in Castle Country

Mandy Whiteside gives Stacy Jensen a good start on her sled at Terrace Hills Park in Price on Thursday afternoon. The white stuff on the ground in the area is decreasing as the days warm up, but there is still plenty around the valley to have fun in....

Reclamation bureau expects Utah's smaller reservoirs to fill to capacity

Mounds of unmelted snow continue to blanket the landscape in the Castle Valley area and the mountains surrounding Carbon County. Although Utah and the upper Colorado region recorded the lowest preciptation amounts during the five-year drought last ...

Carbon commissioners discuss meth problem, drug court idea

For the general public, Carbon County may seem to be a quiet, safe place to live. But during a regular Carbon County Commission meeting on Jan. 7, a group of local professionals involved with public safety, health and family services painted a differ...

Helper amends parking rules

During last Thursday's public meeting, Helper council members approved changes to the city parking ordinances and showed support for amending the current criminal forfeiture statute....

Carbon County residents enjoyed skiing at local resort in 1940s

The now sleepy town of Clear Creek was quite abuzz during the winter and early spring of 1947 when the only Carbon County ski resort opened.

Alternatives for U.S. Highway 6 Considered by UDOT

When considering changes to roadways, the Utah Department of Transportations has to look at all the angles. U.S. Highway 6 is no different.

Federal court to review negotiated settlement in miners, state dispute

A long standing legal dispute between miners and the state of Utah appears to be settled. At a hearing scheduled in Salt Lake City on Jan. 26, the federal court may put a rubber stamp on the negotiated settlement agreement in the matter....

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