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Published March 1, 2005

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Rescue workers respond to house fire south of Price


Firefighter Tad Fausett, aided by a fellow emergency worker, holds his oxygen mask for a cat rescued from a burning house on Feb. 25. After the feline began breathing regularly, a worker from Carbon County Animal Shelter arrived to take the cat to th...

Two-car Collision Stops Traffic on SR 10, Injures One


Firefighters and responders view damage to one of the vehicles involved in a collision on highway 10 at the entrance to the industrial park south of Price around noon. The accident occurred after one car allegedly stopped to turn into the industrial ...

Lady Dinos take state title


Carbon basketball player Megan Garvin does her part to cut down the net after the Carbon girls basketball team defeated Morgan High School on Saturday night at the E-Center in West Valley to take the 3A state championship. This was the second state c...

Group applies for federal funding for local energy center


The buildings in the abandoned Willow Creek coal mine complex at Castle Gate could become a part of a proposed energy training center. A local consortium has applied for a federal grant to fund a regional program. ...

City explores relocating Price police department


After a neighborhood meeting two weeks ago yielded no negative responses, the Price City Council voted to move forward with preliminary architectural plans and public input for relocating police headquarters to the old United States Bureau of Land Ma...

Commission favors forming mental health coalition


Many agencies have been working independently to address mounting drug abuse and mental illness problems in the Carbon County area.

Mining and Railroad Museum makes addition to model railroad collection


The new model train at the Western Mining and Railroad Museum in Helper speeds around the track. The new train began operating Feb. 12 on an elevated track above the existing model of Helper during the mining boom in the Carbon County area. The museu...

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