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Published May 4, 2006

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Heavy equipment, construction crews continue to work on East Carbon sewer lagoons


The grant that East Carbon secured to work on the sewer lagoons that serve the east county area is showing signs of fruition as crews work to restore the pools to proper working order. Work will continue throughout the summer....

USU Extension Graduates Earn Degrees


Sheri Davies prepares with fellow students to participate in Utah State University Extension's graduation ceremony. USU honored the graduates on April 28 at the College of Eastern Utah student center. Twenty-two of the USU students received bachelor...

Black Hillside Serves As Grim Reminder Of Fatal U.S. 6 Explosion


Pieces of the wreck still remain along the highway along with the blackened cliffs from a gasoline truck explosion in the Red Narrows a couple of weeks ago. The accident closed the canyon for several hours. ...

Commissioners field gun range project concerns


The recreation and transportation special service district board met Monday and about 20 members from various shooting sports organizations were on hand to express concerns about the county gun range project. ...

Helper's Council Reviews CIB Offer,


The council in Helper adopted a resolution recently that increases the bonding capacity for the city in relation to the construction of a new swimming pool.

PRWID Board Forwards Subdivision Plans for Carbon County's Approval,


The Price River Water Improvement District board gave tentative approval to two new subdivisions in the county Tuesday.

Companies execute Emery pressurized irrigation system construction contract


Wayne Nielson, Sherrel Ward and Kay Jensen sign the contract to install a presurized irrigation system in northern Emery County. The Huntington/Cleveland Irrigation Company and Nielson Construction representatives executed the contract for Emery Co...

Conventions select candidates, primary run off set for June 27


State Senator Mike Dmitrich carries around the ballot box during the county Democratic convention last Friday night. The convention generated the candidates who will run in the primary and general elections this year....

Castle Valley Center


Now six years running, students at Castle Valley Center enjoyed annual prom festivities with assistance from schools and businesses in the area.

Name for super playground selected, fund raising efforts move foward


The kids who picked the new name for the super playground in Price assembled recently at Terrace Hills Park near the site of the new Dino-Mine Adventure Park. They include Madeline Allen, Dylan Barker, Robert Blackham, Austin Damron, Todd Davis, J...

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