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Published October 19, 2006

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Mermaid emerges from cottonwood tree stump

Shaun Ward uses a chain saw to modify a wood sculpture of a mermaid he is creating in Carbonville. Glen Jackson, who owns the property where the mermaid is located said that when he moved into his home there he decided that some of the big trees had ...

Not just the machines giving numbers

This machine is measuring the speed of cars that are driving on 400 North near the College of Eastern Utah. The machines numeric display may be a reminder, but real radar guns are being focused around the college too, as speeders are being given cita...

Utah Symphony comes to Carbon County

Utah Symphony comes to Carbon County to entertain and educate at area schools.

East county fire agencies to be merged into one

On Monday night East Carbon and Sunnyside cities conducted a special meeting to formally discuss the creation of a combined local fire department. Members of both city councils and both city fire departments were in attendance. By evenings end a dec...

Water agency board gets ready for 2007 budget year

In preparation for the fiscal year beginning on Jan. 1, 2007, the board of directors for the Price River Water Improvement District is in the process of finalizing its budget before the end of 2006. At a board meeting on Oct. 17, the board answered t...

Pinnacle board accepts graduation requirements

With a new high school emerging on their campus and the studentbody growing the Pinnacle Canyon Academy board reviewed graduation requirements for those who will pass through their secondary system in the next few years....

Early electronic voting taking place, precinct realignments in place

County volunteer Dana Pizzuto demonstrates the new electronic voting machines to used in this years election. Early voting will begin Oct. 24 and run through Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carbon County Courthouse. ...

Sunday afternoon is fun

Three boys from the area soak up the sun on the playground equipment at the Wellington park.

Leaf clean up big job, but little hands help

Megan Tucker helps her dad clean up the leaves in the yard. Sweeping is her method to keeping her leaves in a pile while her dad rakes the mess back into a pile.

Email provider tells customers that some messages could be lost

In an email to customers on Wednesday morning, Emery Telcom internet supervisor Alan Rowley advised that because of "a bizarre series of events" the situation created a scenario where those using the company's services may have lost email earlier thi...

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