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Published February 7, 2008

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Carbon County voters cast ballots in primary elections

Phil Upmeyer, 36 of East Carbon votes during Tuesday's primary.

East Carbon slates grand opening for city's fitness center

Ariel Carrillo, 20, works out at the College of Eastern Utah's BDAC. East Carbon City plans to create a similar facility on a smaller scale for the residents of both communities located in eastern Carbon County. ...

PRWID's Board Members Consider Water, Sewer Service Rate Increases

Janet Cassady, a two-year resident of the Circle K subdivision clears snow from the front of her house Tuesday. The developer of the project appeared before the PRWID board Tuesday night to get clearance for completion of the phase 3 subdivision ne...

Judge schedules Relyea trial date

The 7th District Court has scheduled a three-day trial date in one of six felony level criminal informations filed against Randall Matthew Relyea, a doctor who previously operated a medical practice in Price....

Chinese scholarship students from Shanghai visit Utah families

Science and math scholars enjoy the Utah snow before leaving for a tour of major U.S. cities. The students stopped in Utah to experience the host family atmosphere, according to program organizer Tina Urbanik. The students were taken in by 12 familie...

Miss CEU Pageant Returns to Campus

Jill Stevens, the reigning Miss Utah.

Near record seasonal snow shows wild desert beauty covered in white mist

The San Rafael Swell as photographed from the Wedge Overlook on Feb. 2. While there is significant snow in the Swell many areas are still accessible.

Sunnyside city's Little League facility coming closer to reality

Representatives from Sunnyside came prepared to Monday's transportation/recreation special service district meeting to answer any questions about a concession stand the city wants to build at the Little League field....

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