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Published August 3, 2004

Local News

Blazer Rolls on U.S. 6, Accident Claims Life Of Young Driver

Emergency personnel assist at the scene of an early morning traffic accident Saturday on U.S. Highway 6. The single-vehicle crash claimed the life of a young woman from Wellington....

Bill favors charging demonstration fees to access to federal land

With demonstration fees looming on federal lands at locations across the United States, hikers who wish to enter a popular area near the San Rafael Swell will have to pay a fee or purchase a pass or face criminal charges. ...

West Nile detected in mosquitoes, cases of disease confirmed in Utah

Stanley and Moon Canales peer into an old well in an area of Consumers Canyon where coal camps existed years ago. Mosquitoes can breed in areas with standing water, enabling West Nile virus to thrive....

City officials decide to allow bicycles at Price skate park

Skateboarders recreating at the Price skate park can expect to see bicycles sharing the space on a limited basis starting on Aug. 9.

Unemployment rate climbing in Carbon County, southeast district

Unemployment in Carbon County climbed last month, registering at 6.6 percent in June compared to the 5.9 percent jobless rate reported in the local area in May 2004.

BLM Sanctions Tavaputs Plateau Drilling Program

The United States Bureau of Land Management's Price field office has approved the Bill Barrett Corporation's West Tavaputs Plateau drilling program in Carbon County.

Five vie for Miss Carbon County title

This Saturday, Aug. 7, a new Miss Carbon County will be crowned.

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