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Published October 18, 2005

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Elementary students enjoy field trip to local cultural, historic site

Alva Justice and Dakota Fuller sit together on a rock at Nine Mile Canyon. The children traveled to the outdoor venue with the second grade classes from Wellington Elementary as part of a field trip. The students hiked hills, examined rock art and le...

Changing leaves line local streets

Fall colors have at long last reached the city streets in Castle Valley. Streets lined with yellow, orange and red mark the end of another growing season and herald in the cooler weather that precedes winter....

Orange and green pumpkins show up at school yards

Kids from the second grade at Wellington Elementary search through a truckload of pumpkins Monday afternoon. The pumpkin delivery to second graders across Carbon School District and the Pinnacle Canyon Charter School has become somewhat of a traditio...

Carbon's labor market exhibits renewed strength

Carbon County's labor market exhibited renewed strength in first quarter 2005, despite the fact that Utah coal production dropped to 21.8 million short tons in 2004 for the lowest level recorded statewide since 1993....

School Board Reviews Cusap Funding Criteria

Funding school districts is not simply a matter of annual appropriations by the Utah Legislature, but a complicated process that results in state, federal and grant funds.

Wellington approves sale of city property

The Wellington City Council met last Wednesday night at a regularly scheduled meeting.

Utah governor proposes flat rate to replace state's complicated tax code

Two weeks ago, Gov. Jon Huntsman presented a proposal for what he calls a "flatter tax" - one that may exclude many exemptions that are available for Utah taxpayers.

Winterizing includes draining tanks installed on roofs

Fall is a good time to replace old pads like on the left with new ones like in the package and installed.

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