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Published June 8, 2006

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Price City Fire Department's Trucks Undergo Annual Capability, Iso Rating Inspection

Chief Paul Bedont watches an inspector test a truck in Price's fire department fleet. Bedont said the test is to make sure trucks are capable of pumping sufficient water to fight a fire in the largest building in the district. The annual inspections,...

State experiencing oil, gas exploration boom

A bulldozer and support equipment work on installing a line to transport gas from outlying wells near Kenilworth. The work near the 'clay banks' area is being accomplished despite a steep slope that the line must transcend. In addition to the act...

Forest prepares to release draft plan

Manti-LaSal National Forest Service officials announced recently that a new forest service plan is in its final stages as a draft and will be released for public review in June....

Mining resurgence dominates county's employment picture

The coal mining industry has dominated Carbon County's economic history.

Expansion at fairgrounds underway

Construction workers erect walls at the exhibition center at the Carbon County fairgrounds. The facility has already been booked for the Utah Tourism Council convention in 2007. Commissioners expected to the large-capacity building to increase tax re...

Signs of road construction continue to appear on Carbonville Road

Road construction efforts continue along Carbonville Road between Price and U.S. Highway 6. Sections of pipe have been placed along sections of the road. Earlier this spring, utility lines on poles have been relocated to the west side of the road. A ...

BLM Accepting Comments on Proposed Non-motorized Competitive Recreation Event

The Moab field office of the United States Bureau of Land Management recently released an environmental assessment for a purposed non-motorized competitive recreation event in the Price and Moab field offices....

Utah joins Internal Revenue Service campaign to combat money laundering activity

The Internal Revenue Service announced agreements last week with 33 states, including Utah, and Puerto Rico to begin sharing Bank Secrecy Act information.

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