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Published October 28, 2004

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Local community journeys back in time, revisits bygone era


Melinda Brewer enjoys riding on a Wells Fargo stagecoach Wednesday. The coach was in Price to celebrate the local branch's grand reopening. Driver Gary Sandstead of Greeley, Colo., and his crew are one of 17 outfits that handle stagecoaches for Wells...

East Carbon, Sunnyside citizens to decide consolidation issue


Consolidation proponents continue to lobby for voter support in Sunnyside and East Carbon City. Campaign signs dot the cities in support of merging the two town governments. Several signs were reportedly destroyed or torn out, but there is no evide...

County clerk's office expects high number of local voters to cast 2004 election ballots


Local residents flooded the Carbon County Clerk's Office on Monday to register to vote in next week's general election.

Utah water quality division, rural association address commissioners


Representation from the state's rural water association and Utah Division of Drinking Water addressed Carbon commissioners regarding the importance of source protection at county government's regular meeting on Oct. 20 ....

U.S. Forest Service Schedules Meeting to Review Preliminary Analysis


A Carbon County boundary sign stands in front of trees and a trail that winds its way through the Manti LaSal National Forest in the mountains above Scofield. The forest service will be holding a meeting on a process they use to manage areas like t...

Second play of year at CEU


The College of Eastern Utah's theatre department's second show of the year opens October 28, with The Miser, a French comedy written by Moliere. The show runs through Tuesday (Nov. 2) with a curtain time of 7:30 p.m....

Spirit of Excellence donation helps fund United Way programs


Residents of Carbon and Emery Counties will soon benefit from a $2,000 donation from the PacifiCorp Foundation for Learning to the United Way of Southeastern Utah. The funding was provided as a part of PacifiCorp's "Spirit of Excellence" program....

Independent organization grades Utah's higher education programs


Higher education in Utah received an A in preparation, a C+ in participation, a C in affordability, a B in completion and a B in benefits on the Measuring Up 2004 report card....

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