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Published November 7, 2006

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Motorist Arrested on DUI Charge Following Single Vehicle Accident Nov. 2 on U.S. 191

A heavily damaged sedan rests on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 191 approximately five miles north of Carbon power plant at the junction of U.S. Highway 6 last Thursday. A Utah Highway Patrol spokesperson indicated that the Nov. 2 accident purportedly ...

County clerk discusses success of early voting

Brandon Wise sets up an electronic voting machine in the lobby of the Carbon County Courthouse in preparation for the Nov. 7 election. County officials expect a heavy turnout at the polls. But clerk-auditor Robert Pero said the two-week early votin...

Slovenian Home prepares strudel for next summer's picnic

Aurelia Cooley measures while Madelaine Williams works with the dough Oct. 28 during the strudel stretch at the Slovenian Home in Spring Glen. The group begins preparations for the summer Slovenian Day picnic the fall before the festivities. Good str...

Btac Provides Practical Services to Aid Developing, Expanding Businesses

The Business and Technical Assistance Center is located at 375 South Carbon Ave. The center will be hosting a seminar for business owners and employees on Nov. 14 based on the bestselling book, "Who Moved My Cheese." ...

Commission grants subdivision request, denies zone change

After hearing public comments, the county board of commissioners voted last week to allow the development of phase three of the Ballpark subdivision in Carbonville. But Carbon lawmakers decided to deny a requested change near Creekview Elementary fro...

Regional wildfire plan meetings slated in Castle Valley

Emergency personnel battle a recent wildfire which occurred in the Helper area. Carbon County residents will have the opportunity to learn about the southeastern regional wildfire plan and offer input on the guidelines at an informational meeting s...

Ori receives award

Frank Ori of Carbon County Recreation receives the Visionary Service Award from Price city Mayor Joe Piccolo. Ori was given the award at the Oct. 25 Price city council meeting for his service and dedication to local youth and the community at large. ...

Report compares Utah median earnings, health care premium increases

Health care premiums rose an estimated 7.3 times faster than earnings for Utah's working families from 2000 to 2006.

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