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Published February 9, 2006

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Ambulance garage starts to take shape on Airport Road


Construction workers use tampers to pound the soil hard where the foundation for Carbon County's new ambulance garage will stand. The new structure will be located on Airport Road, and will replace the crumbling building the service is presently loca...

Nine Mile Canyon road tops list at meeting


Tourists from California look over Nine Mile Canyon from the road that is presently located there. Presently the road is unsafe in many places and increased heavy truck traffic could combine with more tourists to make for a more dicey situation if ...

It may be warm in the sun, but it's cold on the ice


Ice anglers on Scofield Reservoir were basking in the sun on Tuesday while still trying to keep warm. Temperatures in the Pleasant Valley area have been dipping well below zero at night and there is a lot of snow on the ice. State statistics show tha...

Price releases fiscal data in audit process


This police sign on 100 North in Price is covered because shortly the police station will be moving to north Price, into a renovated building that the city purchased from the federal government. Public safety is one of the largest expense categorie...

New type of power plant in works for the United States


The Huntington Power Plant in Emery County has modern pollution control equipment, but a new proposed plant would run even cleaner.

Wellington police say slow down


A warning signal in Wellington reminds drivers of decreased speeds through the city. Regular drivers on the highway know that speed limits in Wellington are strictly enforced. In addition to reminding drivers to slow down the warning sensors are usef...

Spirited Discussion Ensues at CEU over Statement


A statement of expectations that was sent in late January by the Associated Students of the College of Eastern Utah to the institutions administration has created a stir on campus and consequently led to a couple of meetings last week, one in which m...

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