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Published August 24, 2004

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Classes starting at Carbon High, public schools within county


Carbon High students enter the front doors to attend the first day of the 2004-2005 school year Aug. 19. Students attended classes for half days on Thursday and Friday. The first full day was scheduled Monday....

County commissioners table acting on gas permit request to review watershed concerns


A request for a conditional use permit to drill gas wells in the mountains near Jump Creek turned into an item of discussion when a cabin owner raised concerns about water and development in the area during the Carbon County Commission meeting last W...

Lab Tests Samples, Confirms Wnv in Two Horses in Utah


Tests conducted on horses in Grand and Salt Lake counties confirmed the two animals were infected with west Nile virus.

Expanding population projections pose future challenges across state


Analysts predict that the rapid population growth experienced at locations across Utah during the 1990s will continue for the next 30 years.

Working out a plan for Range Creek


A planning meeting to establish an interim plan for the habitat management of Range Creek was held recently. This planning meeting was conducted by Chris Colt who is the habitat region manager for the Division of Wildlife Resources. Other interested ...

Carbon High Students Attend USU Engineering Program


Andrew Bjork, Denelle Rigby and Todd Hicken wear smiles after being selected to attend Utah State University's engineering program. During the week-long state program, the Carbon High School students faced challenging engineering and technology probl...

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