|Published November 20, 2007|
Firm gets scary hello
Benson Manwaring explains his near death experience to Carbon County resident John Serfustini.
School district gives building to Sunnyside
Construction work on Petersen Elementary School was underway in the fall of 2002 when it was discovered the foundation had problems. Now, based on a decision of the Carbon School Board last week, the building is going to be transferred to the owner...
Spooked motorist leads officers on a long chase
Colorado man said he was afraid to stop for theunmarked car behind him
Younger readership shows local increase
Zachary Hume, 10 and Noah Hume, 7 enter the Price City library. According to Price City Librarian Norma Procarione it is the youngest of library attendents that are doing the most reading. However, national studies show the as a whole Americans are...
Volunteers lauded by city council
Helper's leaders say town wouldn't thrive without active citizen participation
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WETC to present demographic related seminar relating to Utah's upcoming change
Report says Americans not picking up books that often
Zachary Hume, 10, reports that he loves to read and enjoys spending his time at the Price Library.
Coal is king, but oil and gas moving up fast in Carbon
Two miners lean against a coal car at the Liberty Mine in Latuda, one of several mining communities that are now gone, sometime in the 1930's. Coal has been king in Carbon county for a long time....
Carbon dioxide project to take place near Wellington
The Western Business Roundtable is praising the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Utah Science, Technology and Research initiative (USTAR) and several private sector companies for helping to fund in Utah the largest single carbon dioxide sequestra...
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