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Published August 16, 2005

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Residents with information about vandalism incident encouraged to contact DWR

Local youth cast lines into the fishing ponds during the Carbon County Fair last weekend.

Truck Overturns, Explosion Closes U.S. 6

Huge fissures surround a 75-foot wide crater. The crater was filled Thursday and ready for paving that evening. Officials initially expected repairs to take as long as four days. However, less than 48 hours after the explosion, Highway 6 reopened F...

Price City Fails to Endorse PRWID's Mill Levy Proposal

The Price City Council decided unanimously not to support the mill levy increase proposed by the Price River Water Improvement District last week. That decision came at a city council meeting on August 10....

Downed powerlines create dangerous situation for residents in Wellington

Carbon County Sherifs use patrol car and garbage cans to block traffic from downed powerlines on Old Wellington Road in Wellington while city workers attempted to shut off power to the area. In these kinds of situations, residents are reminded to sta...

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