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Published September 29, 2005

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no injuries incurred in extensive property damage collision


Emergency personnel assist at the scene of two-vehicle accident near Hiawatha Junction and Utah State Road 10 on Tuesday. The mid-morning collision between a Chevy pickup truck and a construction semi resulted in extensive property damage, but the dr...

Grooming process spruces up appearance of local furry friends


Brienna Alderson brushes dog's ears after the pet was washed and trimmed. Alderson pays attention to the dog's behavior to ensure that the canine is not hurt or uncomfortable during the grooming process. By the time the furry friend leaves Alderson's...

County, state food banks scramble to handle steadily mounting demand


Carbon County Food Bank workers Bob Cook, Ruby Bryner, Richelle Herrera and Moses Gallegos fill boxes for local residents. The food bank serves 350 qualified families per month and relies on public donations. ...

Commissioners honor aviation pioneer, rename county airport


Buck Davis prepares a dog to for a parachute jump. The dog was later dropped to a sheepherder in the area who lost their dog. Davis was part of a number of supply drops and rescues during his tenure as airport manager of Carbon County Airport....

East Carbon discusses fire department, plan update


The East Carbon City Council met on Tuesday and approved a zoning change that allows horses to be kept at the ranchettes in Columbia.

Leaves no running near peak of their color in many areas


Leaves on trees at the base of the Wasatch Plateau show off their colors over last weekend as fall officially arrived. Many of the colors in some areas are nearing their peak and will be at their most gloriuos in the next few days. Temperatures this...

Officials visit students in Carbon County


Attorney General Mark Shurtleff uses a golf analogy as part of his motivational speech at the BDAC at the College of Eastern Utah on Tuesday. First Lady Mary Kaye Huntsman kicked off her Power in You initiative. The program focuses on the emotional a...

Wetlands near Scofield make hunting ground for fox, other predators


After hearing approaching people, a fox dashes for cover near Scofield. Prior to being disturbed, the fox was stealthily approaching an unseen smaller animal. Foxes are generally not a threat to humans, and are actually prey to some larger animals. T...

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Leaves on trees at the base of the Wasatch Plateau show off their colors over last weekend as fall officially arrived. Many of the colors in some areas are nearing their peak and will be at their most gloriuos in the next few days. Temperatures this...

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