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Published January 25, 2005

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Accident on US-6 Kills One

Crews unload a stretcher and backboard to help the driver of a car that was reportedly involved in a fatal car-motorcycle accident on Highway 6 at the junction with Carbonville Road near Blue Cut. The crash killed a motorcyclist who was thrown from h...

Paws Animals Help Carbon County Children and Seniors

Nike and owners Chris and Blake Heiner entertain children during story hour at Price City Library. Nike is one of more than a dozen animals that are part of the PAWS program. Besides Nike, the group also has cats, a rabbit and a horse. PAWS will be...

Tsunami disaster disrupts donations to area charities, county's food bank

Dondra Nance stands by the near empty shelves that line the warehouse at the Carbon County food bank. Large disasters in other parts of the country and around the world often draw off giving to local charities and the tsunami disaster in Asia has b...

Commission reviews local mountain zone fire protection issues

The issue of what to do about fire protection in mountain subdivision developments came before the Carbon County Commission in two ways last Wednesday.

Helper Officials Favor Applying to CIB for Grant to Fund Pool Project

In the city building authority's first resolution for 2005, the Helper mayor and council agreed last Thursday to apply for a grant for $1 million from the Utah Community Impact Board and to be listed on the CIB priority list for the construction of a...

Price city officials vote to accept independent audit

The Price City Council voted to accept the annual independent auditors' report of basic financial statements in a Jan. 12 public meeting.

State office inventories carbon dioxide rates at coal-fired power plants

Global warming concerns have prompted the Utah Geological Survey to join a consortium of western state researchers to investigate reservoirs that could be used to permanently store the greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels....

Construction begins on Sunnyside Junction bridge

A trackhoe works at the site of the Sunnyside Junction Bridge in eastern Carbon County. The bridge was not widened when Highway 6 was made into four lanes a couple of years ago, because the money for rebuilding bridges and highway construction comes ...

Multiple Heads Make for a Sight at CEU Student Center During Fashion Show Presentation

For some who walked through the Leavitt Student Center at the College of Eastern Utah on Friday it was quite a site to see these seemingly disembodied heads sitting on a table. It was all part of a fashion show that took place on Saturday at the coll...

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