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Published May 6, 2004

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Grandparents, youngsters participate in child safety event


Jolene Sorensen straps her grandson, Cody Robinson into the child's carseat during Castleview Hospital's grandparents day. The event allowed Carbon County grandparents to learn about child safety so that they may take a more active role in their gran...

Librarians preparing to present summer reading programs


Emily Baggs and her grandfather, Olie Olson, participate in a memory game May 4 at the Price City Library. As the end of school draws near, librarians are planning the annual summer reading program. The program allows local youth to participate in v...

Hantavirus risks climb as residents focus on spring chores, activities


Justeen Gonzales and father Ronnie smooth their East Carbon yard for the sod they plan to lay. Public health officials caution people that hantavirus risks mount as the weather warms and people turn their attention to spring cleaning chores along w...

County planning board reviews development code, zone request


The county development code guidelines on sewers prevented a zone map change request during Tuesday's regular meeting of Carbon's planning and building departments.

Independent report analyzes Utah's general obligation debt, credit rating


Utah is one of seven states considered high quality debtors and receiving triple-A bond ratings.

Learning to donate young


The MOMS club in Carbon County gathered with the group's children Tuesday at the Early Headstart classrooms in Price to complete a summer activity kit. The youngsters put crayons, books, sidewalk chalk and lists of summer activities into decorated co...

Animantarx newest species of dinosaur to make museum home


College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum palentology curator Reese Barrick and state palentologist James Kirkland unwrap the protective packaging on the Animantarx ramaljonesi (animal fortress), a new species uncovered in the Carol RJ Dinosaur Quar...

Fire crews limit damage, Wellington business remains open


Emergency personnel focus on controlling the April 1 fire at the Cowboy Club on U.S. 6 in Wellington. Owner Glen Wells credits the rapid response of the local firefighting crews to the scene with limiting the damage to the building. The private club ...

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