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Published May 17, 2007

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School locked until county agencies capture fugitive


East Carbon City Police Officer Travis Lake takes a breather after helping to detain a fugitive from the Salt Lake area. Officers Lake and Cletis Steel found the suspect hiding in a riverbed within Bear Canyon in Sunnyside. ...

Southeastern Utah businesses expect to grow


A construction worker drives nails at the new Utah Division of Natural Resources building on Carbonville Road. Construction makes up a major segment of the area's businesses. According to surveys, owners and managers of the construction companies p...

PRWID Board Reviews Employee Benefit Policy


The Price River Water Improvement District board members are reviewing PRWID's employee policy agreement.

Carbon County News Briefs


Art stroll debuts May 15 in conjunction with Utah Tourism Conference in county

College of Eastern Utah experiments with new approach to cleaning bones


Randell Heath of Cold Sweep along with John Bird and Reese Barrick examine a newly "ice blasted" piece of bone. According to Heath, dry ice blasting is a non-abrasive process that is suitable for cleaning delicate components. Such a process could pro...

Job growth highlights Utah's speedy economic engine


Workers at the Carbon County Fairgrounds lay concrete for a new parking area. Nonresidential construction such as this has taken up the slack in the downward trend of residential starts....

Archaeologist's son enjoys museum


Two and a half year old Elias Patterson plays in the dino pit at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. Elias is the son of archeologist Jody Patterson who assisted in extracting the ancient flute recently found in Range Creek. ...

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