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Published September 28, 2006

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Carbon residents encouraged to curb spread of canine influenza


Biscuit takes a break outside her kennel at the Carbon County Animal Shelter. Dogs at the animal shelter are at the mercy of the canine influenza if an outbreak occurs there. Currently, the shelter is overloaded with homeless dogs. Dog owners are e...

Seatbelted teenage driver incurs minor injuries in Monday morning traffic accident


A Monday morning mishap in Wellington captures the attention of bystanders and emergency personnel. An unidentified 16-year-old male was traveling north on Center Street when the youth reportedly became distracted and hit a parked car, indicated Wel...

Mr. Peanut stops to refuel


Mr. Peanut stops to refuel NutMobile at pumps in Wellington

East Carbon City Council updates building permits


At Tuesday's East Carbon council meeting, officials discussed plans to change the city's building permits as well as finding a way to get favorable property appraisals.

Independent public policy organization evaluates Utah's overall tax, fee burden


An independent research report has determined that the common method of counting all taxes and government fees overstates the financial burden shouldered by Utahns.

U.S. Senate's Help Committee Approves Hatch Community Health Centers Proposal


The United States Senate's committee on health, education, labor and pensions has unanimously approved Orrin Hatch's health centers renewal bill.

Construction firm in Orangeville agrees to pay overtime back wages to 92 employees


XL Overhead Construction, Inc. has agreed to pay $199,273 in back overtime wages to 92 employees following an investigation conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor's wage and hour division....

State rescinds fire restrictions


Fire restrictions throughout Utah are rescinded as of 12:01 a.m., on Sept. 29. The lifting of restrictions also applies to the area of northwestern Arizona known as the Arizona Strip. ...

Sitla Plans to Sell Trust Land Parcel near Little Hole on Green River at Public Auction


The 356-acre trust land parcel located near Little Hole on the Green River will be offered for sale at a public auction. The property is approximately four miles down river from Flaming Gorge Dam....

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