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Published May 25, 2006

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Service district, county officials tour projects


Commissioner Mike Milovich discusses the direction of expansion for the Carbon County Search and Rescue facilities in the industrial park south of Price. Frank Pugliese, commander of the search and rescue team, has approached the Carbon County Recr...

State's medical services bureau recognizes Helper police chief


Chief George Zamantakis accepts the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services' law enforcement contribution award on May 15. The Utah Department of Health agency recognized the Helper police chief with the statewide honor during an awards ceremony at...

East Carbon, Ecdc Review Scholarship Program Proposal


ECDC Environmental appears to have spared college scholarships for high school graduates in East Carbon from the chopping block.

Carbon County reports increasing employment opportunities in April


Carbon County experienced a 6.3 percent increase in the number of non-farm wage and salaried employment opportunities in the local labor market in April.

Campers at high elevations may discover summer snowballs


Snow still lies in many parts of the high country despite some warm temperatures last week. A few campgrounds are still closed due to the snow and mud, but most of those are in the high Unitas. The weather over Memorial Day weekend may not be totally...

Walls start rising at future county road shop on Airport Road


Contract workers ready scaffolding and materials at the Carbon County road shop. The $2 million facility will replace an aging facility located on Carbonville Road. More than $13 million is expected to be spent by the county on new facilities, includ...

Castle Heights third grade finishes service project


Mrs. Gutierrez's third grade class at Castle Heights Elementary school finished up a service project Tuesday afternoon by donated quilts and baby hats to the non-profit organization Newborns in Need. Carol Miller accepted the donation on behalf of he...

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