|Published May 3, 2005|
U.S. Disease Control Agency Outlines Precautionary Steps to Limit Hantavirus Exposure
Storage areas provide prime rodent habitat. When cleaning private dwellings, businesses and enclosed outbuildings, Carbon County residents should exercise caution to avoid becoming exposed to hauntavirus....
Sign improves Helper business' visibility
Hoisted in the air, a welder prepares to finish the installation of a sign for Riverside Motel in Helper. Bona Signs installed the structure for the business last Wednesday and Thursday....
Price city discusses irrigation problems
Price is currently revamping their policy on irrigation waters being used by residents of the city. Water shareholders will now be responsible for obtaining their water from the canal when their turn comes....
Mayor, council seats opening for election
For many local residents, fall 2005 will be time to vote in off year elections. At the November polls, all towns in Carbon County and one district will fill spots on the governing bodies....
Sheriff's office investigates apparent homicide incident
The Carbon County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate an apparent homicide incident near Wellington.
Students win awards from national organizations
Carbon assistant principal Missy Hamilton stands with students Jana Burrows and Steven Goodin, who both received important awards this year. Burrows received the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen award for Carbon High this spring, whi...
Federal fish, wildlife service apportions $8.3 million to Utah conservation programs
Utah will receive more than $8.3 million from federal funding programs to support fish and wildlife programs. The funding comes from over $530 million in excise taxes paid by America's recreational shooters, hunters, anglers and boaters....
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