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Published October 26, 2006

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Vehicle rolls after reportedly striking coal truck on Dugout Canyon Road


Wellington firefighters inspect a damaged vehicle on Dugout Canyon Road on the morning of Oct. 25. Carbon County sheriff deputies reported that a coal truck, operated by Savage, lost traction as it came around a turn. Roads were slushy and while the ...

Tree cutters prepare trees for winter


Suspended in a cherry picker, a tree cutter removes limbs which have encroached on power and telephone lines. Experts suggest pruning in the fall because it is often less damaging to the tree. ...

Early ballot casting for 2006 elections slated through Nov. 5


Volunteer Dana Pizzuto demonstrates how to use electronic voting machines. Early voting in the 2006 election will continue through Nov. 5 from 8 a.m.until 5 p.m. at the Carbon County Courthouse. ...

Helper city proceeds with museum project


SueAnn Martell presents the floor plan for an expansion to the Western Mining and Railroad Museum in Helper. After being delayed for more than a year, the museum board has secured additional funds and hopes to start work on phase one of the museum ...

Division of finance data indicate Utah's rainy day funds register at record levels


Utah's financial situation has improved significantly due to an expanding economy that has generated major increases in state tax revenue.

Decorating for holidays


Carbon's cities decorating for holidays

Carbon High jazz band rehearses Thursday afternoon for Friday Concert


The high school band is tuning up for a Halloween concert which will take place at Carbon High on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. The band's new instructor Gwen Laws encourages the community to come to the family event and support the high school. Door prizes wil...

Price Library to host well-known writer


The Price City Library will host Rita Williams on Oct. 26 (tonight) at 7 p.m. This will be part of the Utah Humanities Great Book Festival. She will speak about her memoir, "If the Creek Don't Rise." ...

Historian, author to speak at College of Eastern Utah


Utah historian and author Will Bagley will discuss "The Southern Route: Tales of Southern Utah's Wagon Roads to El Dorado" at the College of Eastern Utah Alumni Room located in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center on Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m....

Non-metro Utah counties benefit from employment growth, surging economy


Utah's economy continues to surge at a record pace and a significant portion of the growth experienced statewide has occurred outside of metropolitan areas.

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