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Published August 21, 2007

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Fatal collapse halts underground mine rescue effort

Castleview hospital CEO Jeff Manley reports the first fatality as a result of the Aug. 16 Crandall Canyon Mine collapse during the evenings second press conference. Manley's update was followed by Price City Mayor Joe Piccolo and UtahAmerican Energ...

Price city hosts fund raiser, ceremony

Participants light candles to show their support for both the trapped miners in Crandall Canyon and the families that are missing them.

Carbon gas prices show steady decline

A local resident pays for fuel. Carbon residents have seen gas prices fall below $2.90, a price well below the national average for fuel.

Carbon County records expanding employment

Carbon County's economy continued to create expanding employment opportunities in July.

Educator prepares to head Pinnacle Canyon Elementary

Chris Watkins prepares to pilot the Pinnacle Panthers in 2007.

Independent Order of Foresters collect funds for Carbon Rec

Carbon County Recreation Director Steve Christensen accepts a check for nearly $700 from Barbara Rowland of the Independent Order of Foresters. The funds will further the recreation department's programs. The money came from donations collected at th...

Cordova awards state sheriffs association scholarships to Carbon High graduates

Carbon Sheriff James Cordova awards $1,000 scholarship checks to Jessica Juliano and Aaron Stefanoff. A Utah Sheriffs Association scholarship was also awarded to Venyce Martinez. All recipients are Carbon High graduates. Juliano graduated from Colleg...

Statewide drought conditions, wildfires affect native as well as commensal wildlife behavior

Regional and local drought conditions, coupled with long-term vegetation changes, have been blamed for more than 700 wildfires in Utah that have scorched nearly 700,000 acres. ...

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