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Published January 17, 2006

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Carbon students complete projects, compete at science fair

Visitors review exhibits at Carbon School District's science fair last Friday. The science projects completed by local students were displayed to the public on Jan. 13 at Mont Harmon Junior High School. ...

Cold weather requires different approaches to accomplish construction objectives

A bubble covers the concrete in front of a new home to help the cement mixture to dry properly in the winter weather. The bubble overflows the space allowed for a driveway at the structure. In fact, the bubble appears to be almost as big as the entir...

Helper's volunteer fire department slates fundraising dance Feb. 11 at auditorium

Ed Callor and Matt Montoya are co-chairmen of the 2006 Helper Firemen's Ball. The event is slated Feb. 11 at the Helper Civic Auditorium. County residents are urged to attend and support the firefighters in the annual fundraiser. Department members w...

BLM Conducts Scoping Sessions at Price to Accept Public Input on Tar Sands, Oil Shale Deposits

If meetings conducted at Price last Thursday are an indication, individuals and businesses have significant interest in the oil shale and tar sands deposits in eastern Utah.

Price council reviews providing accounting services for chamber

Price city council agreed to continue performing accounting services for the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce last week.

Wellington city selects officers, representative to water district board

The Wellington City Council met last Wednesday in a regularly scheduled session.

College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum features 'Fossilized Forest' at gallery

A pair of visitors examine several of the hundreds of pieces of petrified wood currently on exhibit at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum.

Gallery East features work from high school student artists across Utah

Students, parents and others gathered Friday for the open house of the Gallery East's most recent exhibit. The exhibit is the result of a contest by high school students across the state. CEU art instructor Cliff Bergera said the college received mor...

Students, artists create works for display at gallery at elementary school in Helper

Taylor Goodall, Dakota Noyes and Mclane Beck stand in front of one of many art displays at the Balance Rock Gallery housed at Sally Mauro Elementary School in Helper. The gallery opened in December and features works created by students at the schoo...

Huntsman calls for federal agencies to initiate natural gas prices investigations

Gov. Jon Huntsman has formally requested federal investigations into market prices for natural gas.

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