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Published February 22, 2007

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Hazmat Team Responds to Incident in East Carbon

East Carbon city firefighters decontaminate HAZMAT member Zac Palacios. Palacios and Price city Fire Chief Paul Bedont put on full body apparatus in order to investigate an unidentified powder that was brought to East Carbon's City Hall by a local ...

PRWID Considers Impact Of Damaged Waterline in Helper

Helper's North Main Street is closed where it crosses at U.S. Highway 6 while construction crews relocate a Price River Water Improvement District sewer line. The road is expected to reopen after crews finish work through the crossing sometime next...

Carbon County News Briefs

Health district continues focus on immunizations for local infants

Mining ladder is a window to Castle Country's past

A weathered step ladder leads down a groove in the rock from the top of a rocky mesa, allowing miners above access to the mine portals located along the bench below. The San Rafael Swell has a rich history of mining activity. Most mining claims were ...

Local wildlife graze

Local wildlife graze the fields within East Carbon City limits

Bear Continues to Improve Local Economy

The Castle Country Business Expansion and Retention project conducted its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Feb. 6.

BLM Seeks Nominations for Utah Resource Advisory Council

Utah residents interested in the management and conservation of public lands have an opportunity to become directly involved through participation on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah Resource Advisory Council (RAC). Council members provide a...

State, county, local agencies coordinate efforts to serve refugees

With the recent tragic events in Salt Lake City and the attention focused on the refugee community in Utah the Utah Department of Workforce Services would like to remind the community of the on-going services and coordination of efforts between state...

Utah state courts plan Judge for a Day

Have you ever wondered how accurate TV dramas like "Law and Order" and "Boston Legal" are in portraying a judge's work? High school students throughout Utah will have a chance to judge for themselves as part of the second annual "Judge for a Day," p...

BLM Investigates Animal Shooting

The Bureau of Land Management, with the assistance of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, are investigating the shooting of a wild horse that was found injured in the Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area, located in Tooele County. The National Mustang...

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