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Published September 23, 2004

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Fall hues add magical feel in canyon rich in unique mysteries

Nine Mile may be famous for rock art, but the views are spectacular when the fall colors come out in the canyon. The changing autumn hues add a magical feel to a canyon rich with unique mysteries....

Land sale, swap in eastern Carbon draws controversy

The red line pinpoints the route Tim Pilling followed through SITLA and BLM property to gain access to the wilderness area south of the Hunt Oil property. The blue designates SITLA land. The green designates BLM land and the purple, Hunt Oil prope...

Carbon justice court judge garners statewide award

Judge Elayne Storrs is the recipient of the Utah 2004 Quality of Justice Award. Utah Supreme Court Judge Christine Durham presented the award to the local justice court judge at the annual state judicial conference. ...

Emery Telcom remains under investigation, company board responds to affidavit allegations

Emery Telcom's business practices remain under investigation by the Utah Attorney General's Office, but no formal criminal complaints have been filed in connection with the matter....

BLM History Complicates Agency's Responsibilities

It can sometimes be difficult to differentiate the United States Bureau of Land Management from the U.S. Forest Service and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. But the BLM is a distinct government agencywith specific responsibilities and goals. ...

Gold brick award reappearing for Carbon High homecoming

Although many residents think of homecoming and surrounding festivities as an event for students, the original purpose of the celebration was to welcome alumni back to the school they attended....

New tests take over Carbon District

Carbon High counselor Melissa Swenson reviews the Iowa Test of Educational Development. The ITED will replace the Stanford Achievement Test in Carbon School District.

CEU Graduates in National Competition

Chase Walker works on a machine in the College of Eastern Utah's welding shop during last year's VICA competition. Recent CEU program graduates, Walker and Cole Murray are vying to go to international welding competitions in the next few months. They...

Special service district grants large award to musuem for projects

A representation of what a musuem dinosaur sculpture on 100 East and 100 North would appear like.

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