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Published September 26, 2006

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County focuses on resolving drainage problems on roads


Carbon County Commissioner Bill Krompel discusses with Brad McCourt, a county road department supervisor, the condition of the foundation of a bridge on 2000 East which spans an unnamed wash in Spring Glen. Prompted by residents who have been flood...

Summit participants discuss economic development in Carbon, Emery County


Jason Perry, director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) signs at the start of Friday's third annual Castle Country Economic Summit. Perry delivered the afternoon's keynote address to summit attendees at the Museum of the San ...

Kiwanis Kids' Day serves record number of children at Washington Park in Price


Two youngsters race around an air-inflated oval at the Kiwanis Kids' Day on Saturday. More than 900 children signed in at the registration table�- a record number according to event organizers. The event provided activities for all kids un...

Carbon's economy creates climbing employment rate


Carbon County's economy continued to create an expanding labor market in August.

Symposium, open house to be held at WETC


Steve Burge gives a tour of the WETC to some Chamber of Commerce members in July. Thursdays event will be open to the public.

Carbon County student earns Bennett internship


Four Utah college students, including a resident from Carbon County, will assist United States Sen. Bob Bennett's staff with legislative, communication and administrative assignments....

Federal Judge's Ruling Favors Utah, U.S. Land Agreement in SUWA Suit


Attorney General Mark Shurtleff applauds the recent decision by a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging a 2003 agreement between Utah and the United States Department of Interior regarding public lands....

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