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Published April 14, 2005

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Carbon County drainages exceed normal water levels

The Price River pushes waves of muddy water over the brick spillway near the golf course. The spring runoff from the mountains has started in earnest as the temperatures in the valley near the 70 degree mark....

Greenery signals arrival of landscaping, gardening season

Vince Christiansen prepares to replace a flag while mowing a green at the Carbon Country Club golf course on Wednesday morning. Landscapes are greening up across the valley and spring's arrival means a lot of work for residents who shoulder the task...

Workers renovating Main Street store

Mike Jewkes works to finish stucco in the entryway at a building on Main Street. The work is part of the renovations to prepare for the opening of Castle Valley Eyecare. The store is an expansion from the Castle Dale practice operated by Steven Tutt...

Evaluation identifies deficiencies in Price's electrical infrastructure

The downtown substation, the oldest in the Price City system, shows the most problems of the three substations. With the age of equipment, repairs and replacement will be difficult. The level of PCBs is above the level accepted by the EPA and the f...

East Carbon Discusses BLM Grant, Upgrading City's Fire Department

At the first East Carbon council meeting of April, councilmembers discussed the recent donation from the United States Bureau of Land Management to the city's fire department. ...

Utah, American river councils challenging Gooseberry-Narrows

The Price River has been named as one of the nation's most endangered waterways by two state and federal organizations.

Sidewalk, improvements required for charter school relocation

With the announced move of Pinnacle Canyon Academy to the old Notre Dame School, school planners presented their proposal to the Price planning and zoning board. In addition to building changes, the charter school will need to add a sidewalk on 600 E...

Woman of year named at conference

Joyce Jeanselme Pierce holds her award for woman of the year.

Report links Carbon County's cancer incidence rates to radiation exposure

On April 12, United States Congressman Jim Matheson released a report that reveals higher rates of radiation-associated cancers in Carbon County and areas in Utah where residents are not eligible for government compensation under the Radiation Expos...

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