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Published October 11, 2007

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Parvo poses deadly threat to dogs


Puppies and young dogs are particularly susceptible to Parvo. Parvo can lurk in many places and last almost indefinitely in an area that has been contaminated with the deadly canine virus....

Winterizing homes, vehicles reduces repair costs


Officials from the US Department of Energy recommend leaving the thermostat at 68 degrees for optimal energy and cost savings this winter.

Accident injures one, causes damage on Carbonville Road


The front end of a federal government Taurus lies smashed and an encounter with a large pickup truck after an accident on Carbonville Road on Tuesday afternoon. A slight injury was registered by one of the people in the car and emergency responders t...

Local youngster enjoys cotton candy birthday


Johnathan Krum eyes his cotton candy birthday cake as he prepares to dive in to the confectionery masterpiece of spun sugar.

East Carbon's mayor highlights grants awarded for city projects


East Carbon City recently received four grants totaling more than $300,000.

Carbon County News Briefs: National institute to offer free, confidential testing for black lung to local working miners


The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Mobile Health Unit will be set up next week in the Carbon County area as a service to local residents.

Carbon County News Briefs: Sen. Bennett gains support to expedite energy tailings cleanup in Grand County


On Oct. 2 the United States Senate voted to support an amendment by Utah Senator Bob Bennett that will expedite a plan by the United States Department of Energy to move uranium tailings in Grand County away from the Colorado River. ...

Carbon County News Briefs: Open amateur photographers exhibit continues at the College of Eastern Utah


The College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum is still inviting members of the community to participate in their current photography exhibition.

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