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Published January 25, 2007

Local News

Crossing guards monitor students' safety on streets in county


Two blocks away from Creekview Elementary in Price, a crossing guard signals all traffic to a halt as students from the elementary cross 300 West on their way home from school. Crossing guards are certified and coordinated through individual police d...

Carbon High School students enjoy the Dino-Spartan game


Carbon High students Kyle and J.D. Leonard share a laugh during last Friday night's game. They live in East Carbon.

Youth commission approaches service district with miniature golf proposal


A graphic outlines the design for a proposed miniature golf course to be built at the Carbon County Fairgrounds.

Helper council directs public safety department to address issues, rejoin drug task force


The Helper City Council gave direction to the town's department of public safety last week to resolve the failures of the county wide drug task force and attempt to rejoin.

Carbon County continues to register climbing employment opportunities


Despite December's layoff of UtahAmerican Energy coal miners, Carbon County continued to experience employment growth.

Carbon County News Briefs


PTA schedules Jan. 27 regional awards ceremony to honor Reflections winners

Kids enjoy fun and games at the Pik n' Shovel in East Carbon


Marlena Dickerson plays with a balloon during a children's birthday on Jan. 13 in East Carbon.

BLM Releases Environmental Assessment for Public Comment


If approved, a proposal by Bill Barrett Corporation would place five wells on two well pads in the Western Tavaputs Plateau. The proposal in under review by the Bureau of Land Management, which issued an environmental assessment for public comment ...

Property owners may be liable after snow storms


Property owners across Carbon County may face citations for failure to remove snow and debris from public walkways and sidewalks adjacent to their homes and businesses.

Taxpayers have until April 17 to file returns, pay


Taxpayers across the nation will have until Tuesday, April 17, 2007, to file their 2006 returns and pay any taxes due, the Internal Revenue Service announced today.

Small Business Administration website provides federal forms for employers facing annual tax reports


Each January businesses bear responsibility for preparing W-2s and other tax-related employer tasks, an especially challenging duty for small businesses with fewer resources than larger businesses....

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