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Published August 9, 2005

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Demolition crews tear down outdated wing of old Notre Dame school in Price


Crews work to tear down a wing of the old facility last Friday. The facility was purchased last spring by Pinnacle Canyon Academy. The section of the school that was demolished did not comply with building and access codes. As a result, it was remove...

FBI Launches Sabotage Investigation Into Gordon Creek Railroad Bridge Fire


Burnt railroad ties lie next to the Gordon Creek railroad bridge after a fire on July 31. Both Helper and Price city fire departments were dispatched to the scene where they extinguished the blaze at the bridge. An investigation has been launched i...

New Miss Carbon County crowned in scholarship pageant


Former Miss Carbon County, Kimberly Jenks, places the crown on the newly decided Miss Carbon County, Amanda Taylor, during the scholarship pageant on Saturday. Azita Tizpa was chosen as the first runner-up and Brittani Bentley as the second runner-up...

Economic boards solicit public input on county projects


Local residents voiced opinion and had questions answered at a public meeting last Thursday hosted by the Carbon Chamber of Commerce and county economic development representatives....

Traffic accident risks, rates rise in roadway improvement zones


With an increased number of roadway improvement zones popping up throughout Carbon County, construction is presenting problems for drivers who are unaware of the laws surrounding work zone safety. ...

Trucks fill Scofield Reservoir boat ramp during weekend water recreation


A line of almost look alike trailers were all in a row on Sunday afternoon at the boat ramp near Madsen Bay on Scofiled Reservoir. The lake was loaded with many different kinds of boats, with most people fishing. Summer recreation will soon be windin...

Vandals pull down power line pole at substation in southwest Carbon County


A city worker puts up a "no trespassing" sign after a vandalism occurred to a power pole on Wattis Road. For at least the third time in the last month, a power pole has been pulled down in what is a felony-level crime. Carbon County residents who may...

Locals provide strong showing in mining competition


The Energy West team were the winners of the combination trophy for excellence.

State sheriffs association awards scholarship to local student


Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova presents Soleil Drolc with a $1,000 scholarship check. The 2004 Carbon High graduate is a student at College of Eastern Utah. After earning an associate's degree, she plans to attend the University of Utah. The Uta...

New extension agent works with public, government agencies


Ron Patterson, the new extension agent for Carbon County, checks plants for insect life. His jobs include working with the public and government agencies on agriculture, horticulture and other topics....

UDOT Prepares to Start Rehabilitation Activities at Bridge on U.S. Highway 6


The Utah Department of Transportation will start rehabilitation activities on Aug. 16 at a bridge located on U.S. Highway 6 approximately 12 miles north of Green River.

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