|Published July 26, 2007|
Weighing financial impact of minimum wage hike on employers in area
Numerous employees in the Carbon County area punch time clocks. Effective July 24, the minimum hourly wage increased from $5.15 to $5.85.
Injured Motorist Transported to Price Hospital Following Monday Accident on SR-10
Emergency crews assist the driver of a car that reportedly hit the back of a semi- trailer on Utah State Road 10 on July 23. The traffic accident smashed the front of the car, while the trailer appeared to have little damage. The car's driver was lat...
Brittany spaniel adopts, nurtures litter of motherless kittens
Ashkii, an 8-year-old Brittany spaniel, nurses several foster kittens. The dog suffered a false pregnancy shortly before the three-week-old motherless felines were brought home from the animal shelter for hand feeding. Ashkii adopted the cats, cleani...
Court binds Relyea over to answer nine drug, fraud offenses
The 7th District Court has bound Randall Matthew Relyea over to answer seven separate felony level distributing/arranging the distribution of a controlled substance counts along with two additional class B misdemeanor category filing false or fraudul...
Ecdc, Carbon Lawmakers Continue to Negotiate County's Tippage Fees
During a county commission meeting on July 18, local lawmakers conducted a public hearing on the situation at the East Carbon Development Corporation landfill.
Grass fires take toll in Utah's rural areas
Firefighters from Helper battle a small grass fire on Martin Road in early July. This year, while the big blazes have grabbed all the headlines, small grass fires like this have taken a toll on fire departments all over the state. Thousands of acres ...
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