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Published June 23, 2005

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Fire poses danger on public, private lands


Price fire fighters battle to keep the blaze near Gordon Creek Road at bay on Tuesday as the flames roar through grass at about 15 feet high. Wind, heat and low humidity made controlling the blaze difficult for emergency crews as the fire burned in...

Connecting trail to cities requires defining spurs


As Carbon County's planning staff has looked at a proposed local multi-use route for off-highway vehicle, equestrian and pedestrian traffic, one goal has been to connect not only to existing designated trails, but to local municipalities....

PRWID Discussion Clarifies Wellington Water Share Matter


A letter to the state water engineer from Wellington last month raised concerns about the city's relationship with the Price River Water Improvement District.

East Carbon explores charter option to alleviate impact of school closure


The East Carbon High School closure has left many residents of East Carbon City wondering how the situation will affect the community.

Matheson supports incentive for natural gas exploration


Congressman Jim Matheson is cosponsoring bipartisan legislation targeted to increase domestic natural gas production from marginal and hard-to-reach sources.

BLM Study Says Longterm Benefits Expected


On June 16, the Bureau of Land Management announced the availability of a final environmental impact study that concluded upcoming grazing regulation changes will produce longterm benefits for public rangelands. An official notice of the study's avai...

Utah attorney general leads effort for federal shield law recognizing reporter privilege


Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff recently asked the United States Supreme Court to consider a federal shield law for reporters and confidential sources.

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