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Published December 20, 2007

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Removal of lockers accomplishes anticipated goals at Mont Harmon


Students swarm out into the hall from classrooms to pick up backpacks and coats so they can move on to their next class at Mont Harmon Junior High. Administrators at the school indicate that the removal of hall lockers from the building last summer...

Eastern Utah community prepares for holiday gift giveaway


Barbara Robinett and Cyndi Dayley get ready for the Angle Tree gift program processed through the United Way. According to Robinett between member and cash donations, over $40,000 will be given to needy children for Christmas. Residents still wishin...

Icy Road Conditions, Excessive Speed Lead to Single Vehicle Rollover on U.S. Highway 6


A full-size van lies to the south of U.S. Highway 6 following a single vehicle accident Dec. 19. According to Utah Highway Patrol Lt. David Bennion, the driver of the Chevy Van purportedly lost control on the icy roads while traveling westbound at hi...

Carbon County Commission hears innovative address change proposal


A computer guru presented the county commissioners with a proposal Dec. 12 to get rid of old addresses such as 120 East Main and replace them with new ones like lat. 39.34867, long. 110.80808....

Carbon's economy registers negative employment growth


Carbon County continued to experience negative employment growth in November.

Carbon County News Briefs


Price air space permit clears Santa Claus for Christmas Eve deliveries to local community

Bowl ticket scam hits holiday season


With college football's bowl season kicking off and more than one million students, alumni and fans wishing to attend, the Utah Better Business Bureau warns Carbon County consumers to watch out for fraudulent sellers when shopping for expensive and h...

Farmers Union applauds passage of assistance bill


The Utah Farmers Union commended the United States Senate last week, following the passage of a farm bill that will benefit Utah's farmers, ranchers and rural citizens.

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