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Published January 12, 2006

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College prepares building entrances for potential ice buildup from winter storms

Jesse Asay sprays a brine solution on entrances to the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center at the College of Eastern Utah campus in Price on Wednesday in preparation for possible ice buildup created by winter storms. Slip and fall accidents represent one...

Dry conditions cut Frosty's survival rate

One of the few snowmen surviving the 2005-2006 winter weather conditions in Carbon County stands guard at a local residence. With all of the white stuff covering the valley floor last year, snowmen could be seen at locations across the county However...

First newborn of year welcomed into Carbon County family

On Jan. 4, 2006 at 5:46 p.m. Carbon County witnessed its first newborn of the year at Castleview Hospital in Price. Little Alexis Michelle Worley came in the the world weighing 6 pounds, 9 ounces, with a length of 20 inches. Her parents, Ashley and J...

CIB Allocates $6 Million for County Projects

The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board awarded Carbon County with more than $6 million in funding toward four county projects. CIB members met Jan. 5 and reviewed the requests from the county....

Board reviews status of Nine Mile road

The Nine Mile road and Scofield dam were the main topics of discussion at a meeting of the Carbon County Recreation and Transportation Special Service District on Monday .

East Carbon City Council Discusses Problem at Ecdc, Business Matters

The East Carbon council met Tuesday and the city hall was crowded. It was the first meeting for the new mayor, and routine housekeeping matters took up much of the regularly scheduled session....

Community supports youngster in battle against leukemia

Anastacia McGuiness of Price turned one year old on Jan. 10. The little girl is suffering from a rare form of leukemia and started chemotherapy at Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City on Oct. 5. She will require a total of 47 weeks of treatm...

High school art competition entries on display at Gallery East

Sculptures, paintings and other art forms were being set up early this week at the Gallery East Art Gallery on the College of Eastern Utah. These pieces were created by high school students from all over the state of Utah. They have been entered in a...

Carbon County, Utah motorists pay lowest prices at gas pumps in nation

Despite increasing gasoline costs, Utah motorists are paying the lowest pump prices in the United States.

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