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Published May 18, 2004

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Dedicated hunters spend Saturday constructing eagle mew

Participating in the dedicated hunters program managed by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Junior Degelbeck and sons, Greg and Doug, along with Corbet Hansen spend Saturday constructing an eagle mew. Located on Carbonville Road at the Debbie...

Wildland fire crews complete training session

At the beginning of the pack test during the wildland fire fighter training session last Friday, Alex Crawford steps ahead at the CEU track, trailed by Brian Gilson, Mike Wicks, Carl Ivory and Norbert Lee....

Study results reinforce Frontier Project's goals

Two is better than one and four is better than two represents the founding principle of the Frontier Project.

Price city finalizes hiring guidelines

Hiring documents for multiple internal positions with Price city were modified for final approval May 12 at the regular council meeting.

School board fields funding, employee related issues

Last Wednesday night, Lane Herrick approached the Carbon County Board of Education about funding for the baseball program.

Local man honored at Vietnam wall

An honor guard lays a wreath at the Vietnam Memorial commemorating those that died from the after effects.

Wash dumping tradition against the law

While the trash in this wash area is very old, some residents continue to dump garbage and unwanted items in remote areas of the county. Officials remind residents that such activity is highly illegal and that they do follow up on cases of newly dump...

Dinofeast features speaker from North Carolina

Reese Barrick, co-director of the CEU Prehistoric Museum is pictured with Dale Russell following the annual Dinofeast celebration last Friday evening. Barrick studied under Russell a few years ago and arranged for him to address the sponsors and gues...

County entities receive funds from CIB

Two entities in Carbon County and one in Sevier County will receive $600,180 from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board for local improvement projects.

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