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Published December 23, 2008

Carbon County News

Scofield project nears completion

The dam renovation work at Scofield Reservoir has been wrapped up for the season. In fact, the work is nearly completed.

ECDC's parent company merges with Republic Services

Allied Waste and Republic Services, the second and third largest waste management facilities in the nation, have merged to bolster the companies' market base and increase renewable energy capabilities....

Poison center emphasizes carbon monoxide dangers

Carbon monoxide poisoning kills an estimated 500 people annually and sends approximately 20,000 victims to emergency rooms nationwide.

UDOT urges residents to store snow on properties

The Utah Department of Transportation encourages Carbon County residents to use on-site snow storage areas to improve traveler safety on state roads.

Company encourages Carbon residents to exercise caution during power outages

Rocky Mountain Power encourages Carbon County residents to take precautions when storms arrive in the Castle Valley region.

ACT report analyzes college readiness of U.S. students

Students who are not on track for college and career readiness by eighth grade are unlikely to attain the level of preparedness by high school graduation.

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