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Published March 6, 2007

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Drug court monitors participants, tracks offenders' progress


Drug court tracker Melanie Madill conducts weekly urinalysis on the County's Emit ASSAY testing device. Members of the Carbon County Felony Drug Court are required to submit samples for testing three to four times weekly during the initial phases o...

Helper council approves bidding museum project design contract


P.J. Jensen and SueAnn Martell explain the floor plan of a proposed museum expansion in Helper. Having been delayed since 2005, the project will soon into the final design process. Planners lack more than $125,000 to build the first phase, estimate...

Police dogs search for suspected drugs


Carbon County Sheriff Deputy Ronnie Bogdin and K-9 Cony search for drugs in lockers at Mont Harmon Junior High. District and school administrators requested the help of the dogs to help curb a suspected drug abuse problem among some students....

Annual DCFS Assessment Results Show Improvement in Division's Eastern Region


Paul Smith director of the eastern region of DCFS, leads a discussion during the session at the Carbon County Fairgrounds Community Center on Friday morning. The meeting brought together assessors, supervisors and case workers from DCFS to talk abo...

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Downtown Alive plans St. Patrick's Day Parade on Main Street in Price

Students discuss electronic device guidelines adopted by school district


Local students appear to be adapting to the electronic device policy implemented by the board of education. The policy specifies that any battery run electronic device used during school hours which has interrupted class will be taken away and wil...

Open burn season remains in effect in unincorporated county areas until May 1


A Carbon County land owner conducts a controlled burn at a field near Mont Harmon Junior High early Sunday morning. Field and ditch burnoffs are common during the spring season across the Castle Valley region. The smoke from the controlled fires fre...

HUD Funds Support 30 Utah Programs


Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson today announced Utah will receive more than $6 million to provide shelter and care for persons and families without a home of their own....

U Of U Researchers Block Fat Molecule Production in Rats, Improve Sensitivity to Insulin


By blocking production of a fat molecule that plays an important role in resistance, University of Utah School of Medicine researchers improved insulin sensitivity in obese rats, ultimately preventing the rodents from developing type two diabetes....

Wildlife service will not conduct in-depth review on prairie dog


The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has reviewed a petition to reclassify the Utah prairie dog from threatened to endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and concluded the petition does not contain substantial scientific data indica...

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