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Published November 16, 2006

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Passenger killed, two survive rollover on Highway 123 near Sunnyside Junction


A Wellington city firefighter surveys the area near a motor vehicle accident on Tuesday morning on Utah Highway 123 approximately two miles from U.S. Highway 6. The Jeep Cherokee, driven by Sunnyside resident Jase Spencer, age 27, was traveling east ...

Wellington fire crews battle small blaze


A Wellington firefighter hands a shovel to a fellow crew member at a fire in Wellington. Residents called 911 when they discovered smoke filling a room in the home. The blaze was reported to have been started by a faulty chimney. Homeowners are encou...

Dropping temperatures


Dropping temperatures create splashes of autumn colors throughout Carbon County

PRWID Increases Sewer, Water Rates


Carbon County residents can anticipate an increase to sewer and water bills beginning on Jan. 1, 2007.

East Carbon votes to raise city's sewer fees


Following a public hearing Tuesday night, East Carbon councilmembers voted to increase the city's base sewer rate by $5.

Construction work continues


Construction work continues on Helper bypass road project.

Crews repair power lines


Crews repair power lines Nov. 14 near 400 East 100 South in Price

College of Eastern Utah dance department presents the Nutcracker and the Grinch


The college dance department members perform for Pinnacle Canyon and Castle Valley Center before their public opening. The Nutcracker will be performed Nov. 16 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. The Grinch will open Nov. 17 and run again on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. The Nu...

Carbon Cooks: Winter holidays are time for pie


Brenda Rawson is proud of her pecan pie.

Gas prices dip at pumps in Utah, Intermountain West


Motorists traveling across the state, especially along the Wasatch Front, are seeing gasoline prices in Utah drop compared to last month.

Utah children breathe easier with 'Open Airways for Schools' program


With the 2006 school year in session, the American Lung Association of Utah is asking parents, teachers and guardians to protect the health of the more than 61,000 children in Utah that have asthma....

Utah BBB Offers Tips for Carbon County Consumers Planning to Shop for Gifts Online


Thanksgiving weekend marks the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, but many Carbon County consumers do not wait for Black Friday to begin the search for gifts, food, clothing and holiday-related purchases. ...

2007 inflation adjustments widen tax brackets


Personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise, tax brackets will widen and income limits for IRAs will increase in 2007, thanks to inflation adjustments announced today by the Internal Revenue Service....

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