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Published November 30, 2006

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Fresh snow brings joy and laughter to the youth of Carbon County

Three year old Johnathan Borg plays in the snow in his front yard Tuesday morning. Price was blanketed with snow all day Monday.

North Main Closure at U.S. 6 Expected to Cause Traffic Delays for Helper Light Parade

Closure signs barricade traffic from entering or exiting U.S. Highway 6 at North Main Street east of the highway. The closure is expected to last three weeks while construction crews install utility lines under the Main Street crossing....

State committee accepts input on redistricting Utah

Utah legislators are on a short time line to decide how the state will add fourth congressional seat should the United States Congress approve the action before the end of the year. ...

PRWID Revisits Policy for Development Projects

After adjusting the agency's role in the approval process one year ago, the Price River Water Improvement District Board addressed concerns related to new subdivisions within Carbon County and PRWID's boundaries....

East Carbon City discusses county's development plan

On Nov. 22, Delynn Fielding presented the county's economic development strategy to the East Carbon City Council.

The seasons first big snowfall whites out Carbon County, brings freezing tempatures

A Price City employee clears snow from the community development complex on Tuesday morning. The snow made commuting to work a challenge.

CEU Museum Honors Milestone Visitor

College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum volunteers honor Jo Varner as the 1,111,961st visitor to the museum. Staff had originally planned to honor the millionth visitor, but learned in doing research, that the museum had already passed that number...

Reservoirs beginning to freeze over

As snow falls on Millsite Reservoir over the past couple of days, the water holes in the area begin to freeze from the cold temperatures. However, officials warn anglers and others not to venture out onto the ice until they are sure it is safe. The e...

Tourism's Best of Best Award goes to Swifts in Helper

Kathy Smith awards Ginny Boren, Chriss Gray and Kim Martino the Best of the Best Award that is given a couple of times a year by the Carbon County Travel Bureau to local businesses that go out of their way to support tourism in the area. Businesses t...

Bread and soup nights a success

A student is served during one of the bread and soup nights at the end of October.

U.S. Bureau Of Land Management's Utah Oil, Gas Mineral Lease Sale Nets $15 Million

The United States Bureau of Land Management's latest quarterly oil and gas lease sale in Utah netted $15 million dollars.

Congress expected to address telecommunications issues

Telecommunications issues are expected to confront the newly elected United States Congress that will take office in January 2007.

Driving course, closure dates announced for senior center

For most seniors the friendly roads of their youth have changed a lot in the years since they got their drivers licenses.

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