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Published March 15, 2007

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Snowpack level registers below average in southeastern region


Water rushes around a bend in the Price River. But the scene could be misleading since spring runoff in the local drainage basin is expected to be lower than last year and register below average. As of March 1, the Price River drainage basin is sho...

East Carbon City Fire Department responds to false alarm on west side of town


Firefighter Cody Valdez secures the scene of a false alarm fire call. The call originated from a weed fire that was burning on the west side of 8th West in East Carbon's A section. Fire officials would like to remind the public to inform their local ...

East Carbon addresses improvements for 2007


A map representing the course of the new pipe that will be laid in the city of East Carbon. cutline

Carbon County News Briefs


Gov. Huntsman sign legislation for new design for Utah Ski license plate

Local Teenager Rolls Vehicle on U.S. Highway 123 near the City Of East Carbon


East Carbon police Sgt. Phillip Holt help clean up the wreckage of a single car accident. According to the Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Brian Lacy the driver of the white SUV was a 17-year-old male who reported that something had gone wrong with his s...

Mule deer prepare for seasonal migration


A mule deer jumps the fence into an adjacent pasture. In the upcoming spring months, mule deer will begin their seasonal migration into higher elevations, where they will stay during the summer months. ...

Gasoline pump prices climb across Utah, United States


Nickole Larson fills her tank at a local gas station. Gas in Price rose 10 cents or more in the last week.

Carbon High students cast votes, identify preferred recreation projects


East Carbon teenager Jesse Candelaria catches some serious air at the local BMX track. The track has seen some recent renovation from local city official Terry Harrison and the East Carbon City maintenance department. ...

Internet task force officials arrest suspects in Utah cases


On March 8, law enforcement authorities from the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested an alleged youth porn user and a man who was reportedly seeking a date with a juvenile. ...

Proposed museum expansion finds home with land donation


The development of extensive evolutionary botanical gardens, as well as the planned expansion of the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, has found a site to call home, due to a donation of land by Marc Bingham to the College of Eastern Utah. ...

IRS Makes Free File Available for Telephone Tax Refund


The Internal Revenue Service reminds telephone customers who do not normally file tax returns that they can use Free File to request the telephone excise tax refund. This group includes low-income people, many of them senior citizens. IRS's Free File...

U.S. Education Department Report Evaluates Performance Of High School Students on National Reading, Mathematics Assessments


The United States Department of Education recently released a national report card evaluating the performance of high school seniors on reading and mathematics assessments.

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