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Published March 18, 2004

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Federal management agency schedules prescribed burn in Nine Mile Canyon

Smoke emanates from the prescribed burn conducted by the United States Forest Service near Scofield in 2001.

PRWID Approves Draft Agreement for Subdivision Project

Contractors dig up Gardner Lane, where muddy conditions delayed a sewer line project last fall. Now, PRWID is installing a new water line and mud should not be a problem since the project requires shallower trenches....

ChildSafe project's free gunlocks arrive in Carbon County

Chief Lee Berry displays some of the 800 gunlocks the Wellington police department received from ChildSafe. County residents may pick up the free locks at Wellington City Hall. Other local law enforcement agencies are involved in ChildSafe, a program...

Jobless rate in Carbon County remains stable

Carbon County's unemployment rate remained constant in February.

Price council reviews request for city's support of motocross event

At the last Price council meeting, officials reviewed a request for the city's support of an April motocross race slated at the Carbon County track.

Advisory committee focuses on resolving problems, developing direction for Nine Mile Canyon in future

A map depicts where the advisory committee members and Bill Barrett Corporation propose to reroute the road in Cottonwood Canyon around Nine Mile's popular Hunter rock art panel....

Lee receives life service award

Richard Lee, the current chairman of the Carbon Water Conservancy District, has won the prestigious Life Service Award from the Utah Water Users Association. Lee, who has been involved in the local water conservancy district for three decades and has...

CEU Recognized Gold Circle Donors at Founder's Day

Each year at the annual Founder's Day Dinner the College of Eastern Utah recognizes outstanding athletes, alumni and community members. This year the college will give special recognition and thanks to nine new members of the Gold Circle. Their contr...

Carbon County gas prices increase by double digits, reach near record high

Gas prices grew by double digits for the second month in a row in the Intermountain West, with Carbon County and the rest of Utah's average gas price of $1.81 almost reaching the highest ever recorded, AAA Utah reported....

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