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Published March 27, 2007

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Cleveland-Lloyd quarry reopens after 20-month renovation effort


Quarry manager Michael Leschin discusses theories about how fossils were deposited at Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry with visitor Anne Kinney. The BLM-operated quarry reopened for visitors last week after a 20-month renovation project with a price...

Officials break ground at proposed prehistoric museum, Mesozoic garden site


Scott Banasky, Carbon County Commissioner Bill Krompel, and College of Eastern Utah President Ryan Thomas turn shovels of dirt while Mark Bingham holds a ceremonial shovel at the groundbreaking for the Mesozoic Gardens that will be built on the blu...

PRWID Performs Annual Line Flushing


Price River Water Improvement District personnel flush the sewer line under Price's Main Street. The improvement district flushes all lines yearly as preventative maintenance. Because cold winter temperatures restrict crews from accessing lines durin...

Programs focus on curbing drug problems


Kaylum Paletta, a counselor with Four Corners Community Behavioral Health, details the action of bio-chems within the body and mind. The cycle of bio-chems is an essential portion of the intensive outpatient program offered at the mental health cen...

Wellington residents join current, former officials to celebrate city's 100th anniversary


Mayor Karl Houskeeper along with former mayors Paul Childs, Jay Storrs, Sue Critchlow, Ray Davis and Thomas Larsen blow out the candles on a cake to celebrate Wellington's 100th anniversary. More than 100 local residents attended the birthday event o...

Elementary performs fairy tale classic


Andrea Hyer as Cinderella and Katee Martinez as the evil step mother perform in a production of the fairy tale classic, "Cinderella," at Sally Mauro Elementary. The play was adapted from the 1950s production by Rodgers and Hammerstein and was perform...

Extinguishers save lives and property when used knowledgeably


Fire is a chemical reaction which requires heat, fuel and oxygen to occur. In the fire service, we define fire as the rapid oxidation of a substance which yields heat and light. Basically, heat causes most substances to release gasses, which when com...

Young Bulgarian dancers come to Carbon County


Stephanie Giacoletto who came back to her home turf with the dancers receives a gift of thanks from the mayor of Montana, Bulgaria, Zlatko Zhivkov.

Manti-LaSal National Forest slates road closures


Gates will be closed in various spots in the Manti-LaSal National Forest this spring until the roads dry out, says the Forest Service.

Local media parent company purchases other Utah papers


The Vernal Express and Thrifty Shopper have been sold by the Wallis family to Gull Communications, Inc., owner of the Sun Advocate in Price, the Emery County Progress in Castle Dale and the Richfield Reaper in Richfield. ...

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