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Published March 15, 2005

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Price city addresses legal issues on land at Notre Dame site

Notre Dame School was built in the late 1920s on 600 East, between 200 and 300 North. Though the building is still used for teaching, the parochial school closed some years ago. The land was quitclaim deeded to the Catholic Church by Price City in ...

BLM Preparing to Conduct Prescribed Burns in Coal Creek Area, near East Carbon

A United States Bureau of Land Management fire fighter lights a prescribed burn in the East Coal Creek area last fall. If the weather permits, more controlled burns in the area will begin on Wednesday....

Whose hay is it anyway?

Share and share alike seem to be the motto for this pair of barnyard animals. The goat named Doe likes to leap into the manger when hay is fed to the horse, whose name is Jake. Jake doesn't seem to mind at all and willingly shares the green stuff as ...

Zoning panel delays acting on Desert Hills subdivision's request

The county planning and zoning board delayed acting on a request for preliminary approval for the Desert Hills subdivision on March 1 until the developer provides additional information about the plans for the project....

Education board approves roof, air conditioning project at CHS

During the next two years a new roof and the installation of an air conditioning system will be completed at Carbon High School.

Schools often do more than educate students

East Carbon High principal Carol Wells puts an ice pack on Chris Dickerson's sprained ankle after the boy came to school and found out that his foot was bothering him. Dickerson said he actually hurt his foot while he was on a trip in Colorado. While...

Mountain sheep sighted in Castle Valley

Many varieties of wildlife have been spotted in many areas of the valley. With a wet winter and heavy moisture, there is plenty of foliage for the animals. The foliage is expected to last well through the year, and wildlife should be present in the a...

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