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Published January 9, 2007

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Businesses experience climbing turnover rate

Climbing turnover impacts employers and employees alike. Nick Tatton, Price City Community Development Coordinator reports that many studies and estimates indicate the actual cost of turnover to be between three and eight times the cost of the base...

Carbon County's New Year's baby

Mother Jessica Fausett cuddles tiny baby Gavin as father Brock and brothers Colin and Conner welcome the newborn into the family. Carbon County's New Year's baby was born on Jan. 3 at 1:40 p.m. and weighed in at eight pounds 10 ounces. The community...

Dog team bound for Iditarod stops in Wellington to repair damaged fuel line

Musher Linda Clarke, of Buena Vista, Colo., loads one of the 'pups' into the dog truck after she, her husband and their dog handler, feed and water the animals. While handling the dogs is almost always joyful, it is not always the cleanest of jobs....

Commission delays support for planned Price River walkway

The Carbon County commission declined to offer support for a proposal for a walkway along the river in the Price and Carbonville area last week. County officials said they may offer support at a later date, but felt there was inadequate information p...

Carbon County News Briefs

Washington motorist killed when pickup truck, school bus collide Friday night near Soldier Summit on U.S. Highway 6

East Carbon starts construction

East Carbon starts construction on its new municipal park sign.

Lions Club gives lift to food bank

Barry Cook, Price Lions Club projects chairman and club president Bill Engle present a Carbon County Food Bank employee with a check and turkeys to help out those in need.

Kiwanis puts on successful Sub for Santa in Carbon County

Kiwanis members Richard Root, Paul Anderson and Allan Peterson wrap presents after a morning of shopping for just the right gifts for boys and girls. The money for the project comes from yearly fund raisers....

Carbon sheriff encourages residents to support state law enforcement campaign

Responding to the increasing number of people wanting to assist law enforcement officials and build a stronger partnership in the fight against crime, Sheriff James Cordova encourages Carbon County citizens to become honorary members of the Utah Sher...

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