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Published July 21, 2005

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Retailers clear out summer stock, prepare for school shoppers


Allison Wells straightens the ladies' apparel racks at JCPenney's in downtown Price. Local retailers are starting to clearance price summer merchandise to prepare for the back-to-school shopping season....

Special Service District, Commission Proceed with OHV Route Plan


A pedestrian crossing allows access for trail users crossing U.S. Highway 6 in Helper. As planning for the proposed route continues, obstacles such as crossings on major highways will need to be addressed....

PRWID Discusses Helper Agreement


The Price River Water Improvement District board met with the Helper council to review a previous bill sent to the city and discussed monies reportedly owed to PRWID for emergency water....

Carbon continues to register expanding employment levels


Carbon County continued to experience an expanding employment level in June.

Young polecats temporarily halt traffic along rural route north of Wellington


Five young skunks slowly make their way across a not-so-busy street to their mother and home. Even though the skunk is not afraid to move about in the open, they are usually nocturnal and are not often seen by humans....

MSHA Launches Campaign to Help Miners Recognize, Avoid Risks


The members of a Castle Valley search and rescue team don state-of-the-art emergency equipment before entering the underground shafts in 1924. With the Mine Safety and Health Administration's new campaign, miners will learn to recognize hazards an...

MidAmerican Energy to complete commitments to gain approval of PacifiCorp acquisition


MidAmerican Energy has filed to gain approval of the holding company's planned acquisition of PacifiCorp from ScottishPower.

BLM to Publish Proposed Set Of Regulation Changes


The Bureau of Land Management will publish in tomorrow's Federal Register a proposed a set of regulation changes that would enable the agency to recover more of its costs in processing documents related to mineral operations on public lands. The regu...

Motorists encounter record prices at gas pump


After witnessing declining gas prices in the early part of the summer, motorists throughout Utah and across the Intermountain West are experimenting sticker shock.

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