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Published August 5, 2004

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County's water supplies at Scofield Reservoir dwindling


Anglers sit on the rock beach along the neck of water leading to the dam at Scofield Reservoir. As the summer goes on people find that they are having to go farther and farther down the beach to reach the water. The reservoir has dropped to a very ...

BLM, Emery Offer Reward in Buckhorn Vandalism Incident


The United States Bureau of Land Management and Emery County are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals vandalizing the Buckhorn pictograph panel in the San Rafael Swell....

Road Worker Crushed in U.S. 6 Paving Mishap


Helper Councilman Bob Farrell stands in the filter room at the city's swimming pool. Maintenance and safety problems influenced the town's council to vote to close the pool for the summer. A request from a group seeking funds to revamp or build a n...

Carbon, 20 counties listed in Walker's drought declaration


Gov. Olene Walker has issued an agricultural drought declaration for the state of Utah.

Tracing the Outlaw Trail


Arden Stewart talks about cowboy sheriffs.

Construction progresses at CEU


A truck driver watches as a trackhoe loads another scoop of dirt into his rig on Tuesday afternoon at the College of Eastern Utah campus. The construction that is going on there surrounds the library, as cement utility tunnels that were condemned are...

Fire flow code discussion continues


Fire fighters worry that they may not have sufficient water to fight fires in some mountain developments. However tests in Aspen Cove, show that the hydrants do deliver a decent amount of gallonage to do so. Response time to fires in the area is al...

Flags trace area's diversity


"Ethnic and cultural diversity has shaped the Carbon County area over the past hundred years more deeply than in Utah's other 28 counties," so said Warren Neil and Grady McEvoy as they address a large crowd last Thursday during opening ceremonies of ...

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