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Published March 16, 2006

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BOR Updates Status Of Scofield Dam Spillway Project

Water flows over the release way at Scofield Reservoir. While some thought construction on the new structure including the spillway would begin this year, it looks now as if it will not. Water will be kept five feet below the spillway until the pro...

East Carbon Reviews City Participation in County's Plan for OHV Trail System

A representative of Jones and DeMille Engineering presents East Carbon City councilmembers with proposed routes for consideration through the locality. Councilmembers have been asked to pass a resolution to define approved routes for off-highway an...

Reclamation work continues in canyon

Photos taken in July 2004 and last week show the transformation at the former Water Canyon compressor station. After purchasing equipment improvements from a different company several years ago, Bill Barrett Corporation recently removed the compress...

Ccso's Investigation Indicates UHP Trooper Accidently Shot Suspect

The March 12 shooting of a robbery suspect on U.S. Highway 6 by a Utah Highway Patrol trooper is believed to be an accident, according to information released by the Carbon County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday....

Tire fire rages in Carbonville

Price city firefighters battle flames near Howa's on Carbonville Road on Wednesday afternoon. Initially started to eliminate weeds, the fire spread when winds picked up. The individual burning the weeds had reportedly called public safety dispatch to...

Active Re-Entry program holds study hall

Charlie, the Great Dane, and his handler Scott Herzog, conduct a visit in the Emery County Care Center. Volunteer teams for the People and Animals Working to Serve (PAWS) program visit the center periodically. Active Re-Entry is hosting a study hall ...

'Oliver' comes to Mont Harmon stage

Oliver can be an engaging and delightful musical experience.

Castleview Hospital lab provides information for life saving cures

Diann Beckman works in the pathology lab with tissue samples.

Carbon area cleans up at science fair

Mont Harmon Junior High teachers Pat Noel and Terry Bikakis sit with winning students Stephanie Cha, MeLisa King, Kate Kilbourne and Kaz Cook while the traveling trophy the school won for outstanding achievement in the regional science fair is disp...

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