|Published November 4, 2004|
Carbon County re-elects Milovich, while Sunnyside shuns consolidation plan
One of Carbon's registered voters casts a ballot in the 2004 election at the county courthouse on Tuesday. Local residents re-elected Mike Milovich to serve an additional term on the Carbon County Commission, while voters in Sunnyside defeated a pr...
Head Start children explore donated books, participate in reading program
Kadrin Icenhower, Draken Krompel, Nadalie Paddock and Zoey Kock explore the new books provided to the Head Start program in Wellington by Utah Central Credit Union. Mary Patton and Wendy Berryman presented 135 books to the children last week as part ...
Broad smiles accompany meal service
Heidi Hunsaker and Sarah Jorgensen serve soup Monday at College of Eastern Utah's student center. Bread and soup night will run through Nov. 22. Dinner is served Mondays from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., with all proceeds going to the Carbon County Food Bank...
Poison control center adapts, expands focus
Employees of the Utah Poison Control Center field calls at the facility in University of Utah's research park. Last year, over 53,000 calls were received.
Fire marshal discusses county water flow rules
Fire flows in mountain and rural cabin areas has been an ongoing issue for nearly a year and the county recently adopted several guidelines.
Snow begins to stick in the high country
This was the scene from the boat ramp on Madsen Bay early last Friday morning after a storm went through and dumped about an inch of snow on the Scofield Reservoir area. According to a report Phil Palmer, the district manager of the Price River Water...
Relay for life team recognized
Sherry King and Becky Kloepfer, Dori Kelsch, Cathy Sitterud, Debbie Wilson and Sandy Phillips represent a portion of the central Utah area at a Relay for Life summit in Denver last month....
ADA Sidewalk Project Moves Forward, Meets with Price City
The ADA Sidewalk Project Committee met at the Housing Authority on Oct. 12 to vote on which streets to include in their recommendation to Price City, UDOT and Carbon County as those they are asking be made accessible for pedestrian vehicles for Safe ...
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