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Published July 28, 2005

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Stone masons complete pedestal for raptor sculpture


A worker from Cedar Mountain Masonry cuts a block for the raptor statue erected near the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. Workers from the company put the finishing touches on the statue on July 21 in time for the ribbon cutting scheduled ...

A Goat Enjoys the Sunshine near Railroad Tracks in Spring Glen


Enjoying the vegetation and the warm weather, a goat glances at a passing car. A pair of goats is a common sight near the junction of Kenilworth and Spring Glen roads. On July 23, the pair was chained to an area west of the railroad tracks....

Orange cones DOT Main Street after lines are repainted


Orange construction cones block a left turn lane on Main Street in Price after lines were repainted. The new paint will help drivers stay in their lanes, ensuring the safety of drivers and pedestrians....

Special service district panel supports developing county policy for land near Scofield


The Carbon County Recreation and Transportation Special Service District purchased land south of Scofield at the start of 2004, but the plans and future of the property remain uncertain....

East Carbon explores options for alleviating city 's economic woes


An approximate 70 percent cut back in employees at the ECDC landfill in East Carbon City during the next month will mean a significant financial loss for the economy of the small town, leaving a large number of people unemployed in the community....

Carbon County, state expecting benefits from comprehensive federal energy bill


The United States Congress is expected to pass comprehensive federal energy legislation that will benefit Carbon County and Utah.

Officer monitors completion of community service


Juvenile court deputy probation officer supervisor Carey Seals tracks community service work hours. Community service hours are often required as part of court judgments.

High gas prices don't deter weekend travel, recreation in Carbon County


A truck parks in a local gas station's parking lot after filling up at the pumps. Even with high oil prices throughout the U.S., more and more trucks and boats fill up their gas tanks at gas stations on their way to local lakes....

BLM Hosts Adoption Of Wild Horses, Burros


The Bureau of Land Management is hosting a wild horse and burro adoption at the Carbon County Fairgrounds indoor arena on July 30.

Federal agencies propose regulation change to improve energy development on public lands


The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service announced Tuesday proposed changes in regulations to improve the processing of oil and gas drilling applications while protecting surface ...

Matheson introduces federal legislation to protect children from Internet pornography


On July 27, Congressman Jim Matheson joined colleagues in the United States Senate to unveil legislation aimed at making the Internet a safer place for America's children.

Shurtleff questions federal health plan legislation


Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff cautions Carbon County residents that a proposed law creating a federal association health plan could promote fraud.

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