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Published October 21, 2004

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Clerk's office accepting voter registrations Friday, Monday

Alexis Horsley organizes election ballots at the county clerk's office. More than 350 local citizens have already voted in the 2004 election. Early ballots involve absentee voters and military personnel....

Pinnacle submits application for high school

Carbon High students work on an assignment with teacher Pat Kokal in one of the school's computer labs during an accounting class. Pinnacle Canyon Academy's application to add a charter high school would have a major effect on CHS' enrollment as w...

Drug bust yields large amount of meth under seat

The Carbon Metro Drug Task Force seized one pound of suspected methamphetamine on Oct.18. This seizure was the result of an undercover sting operation conducted by Agents Kyle Kulow and Chad Feichko. Three males, Gerardo Rodriguez (24) Salt Lake, Ca...

Third amendment proposal captures attention of voters throughout state

When moral issues are part of a debate, the subject becomes the center of attention. In the case of the general election on Nov. 2, the proposed third constitutional amendment is taking center stage...

Private addressing creates problem in Carbon County

A request to put a street name on a private drive fueled a discussion at the county's planning and zoning board meeting on Oct. 5.

PRWID Considers Watering Livestock

The Price River Water Improvement District's main charge is to provide culinary and sewer services in the unincorporated areas of Carbon County. But PRWID may tie into a system to water cattle in parts of Carbon and possibly in northern Emery County....

Initiative encourages healthy youth

Zach Hunt, Joshua Pettigrew and Austin Lindsey get a running start on the Gold Medal Initiative.

New exhibit opening at Gallery East

Brian Christensen's sculpture headlines the Gallery East exhibit.

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