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Published September 7, 2004

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Driver, Passenger Injured in Single-vehicle Accident on SR-10


First emergency responder Wade Marinoni helps remove the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident on Utah State Road 10 last Friday morning. The vehicle reportedly left SR-10 slighlty north of Four Mile Hill and took out about 200 feet of fencing ...

Wildlife encounters create potentially dangerous situations


Wildlife Biologist Brad Crompton looks after a young male bear cub tranquilized at Luxury Homes in Helper. Crompton, along with Depredation Technichian Grizz Oleen, captured the animal after Luxury Home employees reported it was eating apples off a...

Finishing up the siding includes cleaning


Wylie Wing cleans off siding his fathers company put on the roof of the stage in the Main Street Park in Helper. The roof is now just nearing total completion, even though it was used quite successfully for the Helper Arts Festival a couple of weeks ...

DOGM Explains Drilling Approval Policies to County


The associate director of the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining visited the area last week to explain state policies for approving drilling projects to the Carbon County Commission....

Agencies schedule volunteer work day for projects in Nine Mile Canyon area


The United States Bureau of Land Management, Utah institutional trust administration and Nine Mile executive committee will give local residents a chance not only to see the changes in the canyon, but to assist with the projects on Sept. 18....

Colors are changing already


While it is still very early in September, the colors in the high country have been changing for some time now. In some areas Oak leaves have already passed their peak, while on many Aspen trees the leaves are just beginning to turn. ...

New pavement doesn't mean more lanes right away


Light traffic was flowing last week as paving toward the west end of the Price to Wellington U.S. 6 expansion was almost done. However, that doesn't mean these new lanes will open up right away. There are many details for crews to wrap up and planner...

Two wildfires affect air quality, traffic conditions across Castle Valley region


Two fires burning outside Carbon County have affected air quality and traffic in the local area.

Lining it out on Main Street


Price City worker Jeremiah Johnson runs a paint stripping machine early in the morning to renew the old stripes on Main Street and to avoid traffic while doing so. City, county and state workers often place themselves in danger by working on the stre...

Communities receive community impact board funds


The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board has approved $459,300 in grants loans for the six entities to complete projects ranging from improved television reception to a new fire station. ...

City plans celebration of drug and alchohol recovery month


Carbon County will celebrate Alcohol and Drug Recovery Month with a night of celebration on Sept. 10 in the Price Peace Gardens.

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