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Published March 17, 2005

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Construction crews working on improvements at baseball complex in north Price


Matt Willson and Weston Hamaker build concrete forms for the foundation of a concessions stand at the Toy Atwood baseball complex on 1100 North in Price. Improvements at the complex will include upgrades in plumbing and sewer, a concessions stand and...

Proponents prepare to nominate Nine Mile to national register


Damage to rock panels at sites in Nine Mile Canyon are a major concern. State historical officials indicate that designating the area as a national historic district would provide not only recognition for Nine Mile Canyon, but also assist in obtai...

County's animal control director discusses results of parvo outbreak at local shelter


Animal control director Carol Logston visits with Kira, a dog ready to be adopted from the county's shelter.

Carbon County posts employment growth


Carbon County experienced a 2.5 percent employment expansion rate between February 2004 and February 2005.

All Aboard


Relaxing and visiting are two of the most popular pastimes while passengers traveling from Helper to Denver enjoying the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

Surveillance cameras help police watch high-use areas


A city employee installs lighting for a surveillance camera in Terrace Hills Park in Price. The camera is one of four installed on city grounds for security purposes. Other cameras are located at the Desert Wave Pool, the city library and the parking...

Winter still apparent in high country


A view of Scofield Reservoir from the dam last week still shows a cold and snowy scene, although over the weekend the ice along the edges started to get thin in some places. A drive through Scofield and over Huntington Canyon doesn't reveal record am...

CEU Theatre Department Transforms Stage Into Sandy Beach


Tim North hauls wheelbarrows filled with sand into the College of Eastern Utah's Geary Theatre on Tuesday. With the help of Grady McEvoy on a backhoe along with Jake Dickey and Corey Ewing on shovels, the sand slowly an filled enclosure on the stage....

CEU Presents Honors at Annual Founder's Day Banquet


Roger Cook played baseball, basketball and football at Carbon High from 1988 to 1990. Cook will be inducted into the College of Eastern Utah Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Trust Lands announces restrictions on two Moab parcels


The driver of this off-road vehicle maneuvers over rocks at the King Crawlers Challenge last August.

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