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Published October 20, 2005

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PRWID Discusses Subdivision Approval Process, Helper Bill

PRWID board member Betty Wheeler observes as water improvement district crews relocate a sewer line at the Carbon County golf course. In order to expand the parking lot, the county's recreation and transportation special service district asked PRWI...

Health district outlines Halloween safety practices for youth, motorists

Debbie O'Neil arranges Halloween merchandise at the Family Dollar store. Local youth have begun shopping for their costumes, but safety experts advise parents to look over costumes before purchasing. The most important elements for a Halloween outf...

College Lobbies for CIB Funds to Subsidize Energy Training Facility

The College of Eastern Utah indicated recently that it is seeking financial assistance in acquiring land and buildings currently owned by Plateau Mining Corporation.

Commission selects nominees for 7th District Court vacancy

The judicial nominating commission has selected three potential candidates to fill an upcoming vacancy in the 7th District Court bench.

Local store worker stocks merchandise

Terry Davis carries a box to the freezer at McDonald's in Price. Many workers across the Castle Valley stock shelves and load freezers full of goods that supply local businesses. Several times a week, large trucks can be seen dropping off merchandise...

State juvenile court honors Carbon citizen for community service work

The Utah State Juvenile Court honored Dave Babcock on October 12 by presenting him with a Restorative Justice award. Babcock was presented the award by Dan Becker the Utah State Court Administrator and was one of 10 individuals or organizations to re...

Health department reports Pertussis increase

The Southeastern Utah Health Department indicates that Utah doctors have reported nearly three times more Pertussis (whooping cough) cases in 2005 than this time last year.

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