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Published July 3, 2007

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Chief warns residents to exercise caution while celebrating July 4th

Jerad Upwall of Price Chapel's youth ministries show his stock of fireworks just before the 4th of July celebration.

Member of board issues decision on safety complex site

County property adjacent to U.S. Highway 123. This property has been selected to serve as the building site for the joint East Carbon/Sunnyside public safety building. Local officials from both cities will present a funding request to the CIB at th...

Finishing touches on Carbonville Road

Castle Valley craftsman put finishing touches on sidewalks along Carbonville Road

Carbon community finishes brickwork at Dino-Mine park

Bricks engraved with names lie in front of the Basso Dino-Mine Adventure Park in northeast Price. Community members installed the personalized bricks for the memorial garden and entrance Saturday morning. They also installed the remaining name plates...

Ranger district continues prescribed burn project on Ferron Creek drainage system

On June 28, the Manti-LaSal National Forest implemented a prescribed burn on the Ferron Creek drainage system.

Castle Valley, Utah representatives dedicate mammoth kiosk on Energy Loop

A small crowd attended the ribbon cutting and ceremonial opening of the kiosk at the mammoth extraction site near Huntington Reservoir on Friday morning. The kiosk overlooks the pit where one of the best examples of a preserved mammoth was found in...

Feeding pets safe, nutritional diets while gauging consumption to prevent obesity

The recent recall of several brands of manufactured pet food due to the melamine contaminated ingredients raises questions and concerns in dog and cat owners at locations across the state. While it is important for Carbon County residents to make c...

Policy advocates meet to discuss important local issues

Jim Goodwin of the WRDC looks over the issue detail charts from session one.

Helping out wild baby birds

These baby birds had fallen out of their nest in East Carbon. The photographer put them back in the nest. The idea that if humans handle chicks the mother will abandon them is untrue....

Cougar hunting/trapping discussions to take place

Animals that trappers aren't trying to trap would have an easier time escaping from snares the Division of Wildlife Resources wants to require in Utah it was reported last week....

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