|Published October 26, 2004|
Nationwide flu vaccine shortages impact county
Carbon County senior citizens, parents with young children and members of high risk groups form lines to receive flu vaccinations at Community Nursing on Oct. 21. Rainy weather conditions made the long wait even more unpleasant for the patrons who ...
PRWID Prepares to Conduct Comprehensive Study Of Water System
The water that flows into Scofield Reservoir, the main water supply for Carbon County, comes from a number of streams that are fed by mountain snows and, in one case, by mine water that is being pumped out of Skyline Mine....
Harvest Ball brings out devils and others with unique dress
Some scary characters made up this table of diners at the annual Childrens Justice Center Harvest Ball held at the Elks Club this year. The ball is held to raise money for the center....
Jobless rate stabilizes in Carbon County area
Carbon County's unemployment remained relatively constant in September, registering at 6.3 percent.
Exploring ramifications associated with passage of open space initiative
When it was announced initiative one had been placed on the 2004 general election ballot, little fanfare resulted. But when Gov. Olene Walker came out against the bill in early October, it stirred the pot enough for the opposition to surface....
Students win on pumpkin walk
Students and their parents circle the pumpkin walk at the Castle Heights hoedown on Oct. 21 hoping to win a pumpkin. When the music stopped, a winning number was drawn and the participant standing on the matching number won a pumpkin of their choice....
Pool employees give scare to young pool patrons
Tracy Druce, Audrey Oliver and Erica Flower practice their best scare tactics for the young Halloween celebrators that will soon enter the darkness of the pool spook alley. The event took place Oct. 23 at the Desert Wave Pool in Price. Every year lif...
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