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Published April 17, 2008

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High School students compete in engineering/physics flight contest at CEU


One of over 50 high school students from Carbon, Emery and Wayne gives flight to his aluminum flyer. The College of Eastern Utah hosted the competition in order to boost recruitment in their engineering and physics departments. The students only cont...

Local dispatchers receive award, celebrate appreciation week


Marjean Hansen and Lt. Dave Bennion address Carbon County Dispatchers at their annual appreciation lucheon. This year's luncheon was special however as the dispatchers along with their co-workers in Emery County have been given the Unit Citation Awar...

Single car accident causes traffic delays along Utah State Road 123


East Carbon City Police Officers along with the Utah Highway Patrol and the Sunnyside Ambulance Service respond to a single car accident along Utah State Road 123. The car was being driven by DJ Hewitt of Carbon County with Thomas Durrant riding in t...

Helper city plans to review burial plot prices, fees at council meeting


Examples of varying local burial fees

Price fire chief details proper spring burning


With spring's arrival, Carbon County residents are beginning to clean yards and burn weeds, branches, leaves and ditches.

Carbon County's economy concludes third quarter with dropping employment levels


Impacts linked to the Crandall Canyon mine disaster last August have served as a solemn reminder of the boom and bust nature of natural resource based economies in the southeastern Utah region....

Homestead begins in Price, partial closure of Helper's Main Street


Construction on the Homestead Boulevard loop has started in Price and Main Street in Helper between Central Commission and the new interchange is closed to traffic through April 30, the Utah Department of Transportation announced Tuesday. Motorists a...

Conservation Groups Dissatisfied with Blm's Decisions in Nine Mile Canyon


A proposed natural gas project on the Tavaputs Plateau could generate millions in mineral lease royalties and revenues for Utah.

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