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Published January 23, 2007

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Construction on Helper's swimming pool nears completion


Helper city councilmember and pool project manager, Dean Armstrong, checks excavation work performed at the city's swimming pool now under construction. Armstrong said most of the construction work should be completed before the end of March. The cou...

State Breaks Ground for DNR Office Building


State and local officials break ground at the construction site of the Utah Department of Natural Resources building planned in Carbon County.

Organizers launch Castle Valley's 2007 Relay for Life activities


Team recruitment chair Ruth Metzger hosts the Jan. 17 ceremony kicking off local Relay for Life activities.

Carbon government absorbs county recreation department


The county's recreation agency became an officially sanctioned department of Carbon government last week.

Carbon County News Briefs


Fatal traffic accident on U.S. 6 claims life of Grand Junction driver on Jan. 25

Price city police investigate an auto-pedestrian accident on Carbonville Road


Dennis Christensen of the Price city police investigates the scene of an accident on Jan. 17. Captain Kevin Drolc of the city police reported that a motorist was stopped while traveling south on Carbonville Road. The motorist reportedly had the sun i...

Bookmobile schedule rotates through neighborhoods in county


Linda Turner, director of Carbon County's bookmobile, shelves books in the mobile library. Turner said the bookmobile is on a two-week rotation through various neighborhoods around the county and serves some 2,500 regular patrons. The bookmobile is a...

Veterans contribute to food bank, Golden Rule Mission


Members of American Legion Post 3 present checks to representatives from the Utah Food Bank in Price and the Golden Rule Mission in Helper. Representatives from the two groups who help those in need said that although the holidays have passed, the ne...

Bookstore hopping as students prepare for spring classes


Angela Tingey, a clerk at the College of Eastern Utah Bookstore, adds up the book purchases of Jordan Thacker. With the beginning of spring semester, many students are spending almost as much on text books as they are on tuition to attend college. Ea...

CEU Ambassadors Say Feed a Pig, Help a Student


Allison Jarrett and Sarin Marsing, CEU Ambassadors, hold some of the pigs they and their fellow students use to collect money while around town. The money that is taken in is being used to build an endowment scholarship for future students....

Average per gallon prices remain stable at gas pumps in Carbon County, across state


The cost of oil has remained in the low $50 range and the national average gasoline price is dropping. But the pump prices have remained stable at locations across Utah.

Some common questions about the Utah Indoor Air Act


Since last May, when the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act came into effect, many people who own or work at businesses have questions about the act. Here are some of the common questions and the answers to those....

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