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Published October 16, 2007

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County court's air conditioning gets repairs


High weight crane company repairs county court's air conditioning

Autumn leaves provide fall fun for Carbon County youth


Kearston Hamblin frolics in the autumn leaves near Washington Park in Price as temperatures turn cold.

Return to odd-even classes at Carbon High discussed at board of education meeting


A return to odd-even attendance of classes at Carbon High could take place as early as Oct. 22.

Public health district supplies radon detectors to local families


The United States Environmental Protection Agency indicates that there are two ways to protect families from radon.

Carbon County News Briefs: BLM Posts Supplement to Resource Management Plan for Wilderness Study Area


The Price office of the Bureau of Land Management has announced a supplement to the resource management plan concerning non wilderness study areas available for comment until Dec,. 13. The plan proposes a sixth alternative to the management of the l...

Carbon County News Briefs: Mine Safety and Health Administration awards a half million in mine safety grants


The College of Eastern Utah was among seven organizations that were awarded $500,000 in grants for underground coal mine education and training, according to a Monday press release. ...

Carbon County News Briefs: Master Trainer Designated As Award at CEU's Western Energy Training Center


The Western Energy Training Center recently conferred the designation of master trainer on several individuals at the College of Eastern Utah facility.

National Outdoor School Recognizes Price BLM Field Officer with Stewardship Award


Dennis Willis picks his way through Salmon Falls, a class four rapid, on the Salmon River in Idaho last fall. Willis enjoys all manner of outdoor sports.

Uintah county power plant plans appealed


The generating units at the Bonanza Power Plant.

Holiday tips to keep animals safe


A pack of ghosts and goblins at your door can scare pets, but ghouls are not the only thing to beware of on Halloween. Other holidays, such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years can also add to a pets woes....

Former CEU Student Durand had a Dream Of Art in Her Head


Some of Durand's art that is hanging in the CEU Gallery East.

Health department introduces quit smoking campaign


It all starts with the tobacco user. He or she has to want to quit in order to succeed. But also important is the support of a tobacco user's friends and family members. That's the basis for the Utah Department of Health's (UDOH) new "We Did It" camp...

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