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Published December 9, 2004

Local News

Gas line being moved for highway project


Questar employees work on a gas line in Wellington that needs to be moved so work on the highway expansion can continue next spring. The road project appears to be nearly done to those who drive by but there is still a lot of work to be done in the a...

Snow just keeps on coming


Nancy Boswell, the minister at the Price Methodist Church, cleans the sidewalk around her church on Wednesday morning. Residents of the area woke up to fresh snow on the ground early this week and it continued to come down all day Wednesday off and ...

Old service station comes down


In it's many incarnations the gas station on the corner of 100 West and Main Street has had many names from a Shell station to Gas'n Go. On Monday the building was taped off and by Tuesday afternoon it was just a pile of broken glass, wood and metal ...

PRWID Considers Staff Proposal for Tax, Rate Increases


Indicating that Price River Water Improvement District cannot absorb the inflationary costs of equipment, fuel, materials and system maintenance, the PRWID staff proposed property tax and sewer/water rate increases to the agency's board on Tuesday....

Mineral lease funds trickle down from state to county level


Several Carbon County entities received financial funding from the Utah Permanent Community Impact Board for local improvement projects.

Planning panel reviews zoning near Castleview


The Carbon County planning and zoning board discussed a request for a zone change from residential to commercial at a meeting Tuesday.

Basic needs top '04 Christmas list for numerous residents in Carbon County


More Carbon and Emery County residents are hoping to find basic living needs in their stockings this season, according to Pam Juliano of the United Way.

Santa Visits with Paws Pets at Active Re-entry Photo Session


Santa pays a visit to Active Re-Entry last Saturday during the PAWS photo session. Santa Claus posed with a variety of pets, while a decorated tree was touched off with bones and strings of dog food....

State, Federal Guidelines Establish Benefits for U.S. Military Veterans


Some veterans pause during Memorial Day services in Helper last year. All veterans can take advantage of a number of benefits that the government, both state and federal, offers them....

FDA Cautions Carbon County Citizens to Follow Directions for Rx, OTC Medicines


Medicine cabinets in Carbon County contain a growing choice of non-prescription, over-the-counter drugs to treat an expanding range of ailments.

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