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Published June 24, 2004

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Plumbing repairs at Desert Wave Pool mean free inner tube rentals for patrons


Tracy Pierce and Jared Worley install a new piping system for the indoor pool at Desert Wave in Price. The old, cast iron galvanized pipe that has been at the pool since it was built is being replaced with plastic PVC which won't corrode or rust like...

Helper expects to start Fish Creek water line project by August


Councilman Robert Welch has documented the fact that a previously unused water source near Colton belongs to Helper. The water will be routed into the city when the new Fish Creek line construction project starts....

Republicans select Huntsman to square off against Matheson on November ballot


With only a small number of Carbon County Republicans showing up at the primary election polls to cast ballots, volunteers Gloria Regis, Lucy Norton and Annette Callor had a lot of time for sewing while manning the voting location at the Helper fire ...

Carbon's unemployment rate stabilizes, but labor market remains negative


Carbon County's unemployment rate has remained constant, registering at 5.8 percent in April and May.

UDOT Slates SR-10 Session, U.S. 6 Work


The department of transportation recently hired an independent agency to study Utah highway 10 from Stake Farm Road to U.S. 6 and identify the issues that may come up in attempting to meet future traffic demands within the corridor....

Price Canyon port of entry closing for westbound traffic


The port of entry in Price Canyon will be closed in the westbound direction to focus efforts on the east bound truck traffic. According to Ron Butler of the Utah Department of Transportation, the west bound traffic is checked in Colorado and in Monti...

Big day for 91 students


Jacki Houskeeper and Cortney Fercik try on the caps and gowns for photo opportunities.

Carbon County residents encouraged to exercise caution during flea, tick season


Carbon County residents are advised to exercise caution to protect families, pets and livestock from insect-related diseases during the 2004 flea and tick season.

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