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Published September 22, 2005

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Cleaning businesses provide value for Carbon County residents


Gloria Montoya irons a shirt for a customer at Sudsy Duds Laundry. Montoya is one of many workers at the facility who clean, dry and press garments for local residents. Employees withstand the heat generated by large pressing machines while assisting...

Horse farrier has interesting business


Chris Young examines his work on a horse Tuesday afternoon. Young operates a farrier service and keeps busy during the year shoeing horses. He explained that during the winter months, the demand for placing shoes on horses declines because the animal...

Fall sunsets beautiful, but dangerous for those on the road


Wednesday morning a small shower passed over the Price area making the streets glossy and the sunrise spectacular. But there is danger in both the sunset and sunrises during this time of the year, because the sun is directly in line with the streets ...

Commission Awards OHV Trails Contract


A caution sign warns motorists that they may be sharing the road with OHV riders along Dry Valley Road, on the west shores of Scofield Reservoir. Dry Vally Road has already been opened for OHV use, as have some roads and trails in Helper, Sunnyside...

Bradley charged with homicide in Salt Lake incident


The Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office has charged a Wellington man with first degree criminal homicide in connection with the 1991 shooting death of a Burns Security guard....

Misconceptions persist about public education


Education frequently takes the brunt of criticism when it comes to spending money in Utah.

Former animal shelter director enters pleas in misusing public monies case


Last Friday, a former Carbon County Animal Shelter director entered no contest pleas on three class A misdemeanor misusing public money charges.

New signage gives drivers distances to popular destinations throughout Utah


A worker secures a sign near the east Price exit along U.S. Highway 6 on Friday afternoon. The sign is one of two similar signs, listing distances to Lake Powell, Arches and other popular destinations. Other signs installed on Aug. 26 pointed drivers...

Boaters take advantage of warm Sunday at Scofield


Boaters park their trucks and sport utility vehicles on the boat ramp of Scofield Reservoir for a warm day of boating on Sunday. As summer winds down and the weather starts to turn cold, fewer and fewer chances for recreational activity throughout th...

Construction report for Labor Day holiday weekend throughout Utah


Construction on U.S. 6 in Carbon County is being done to widen the bridgQe near Sunnyside Junction. One lane of traffic is open in each direction. Most delays are at night when construction crews are paving....

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