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Published March 24, 2011

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Citizens urged to smother secrecy bill in signatures


Almost everyone involved in repealing HB 477 admits that discussion on the law with those that make them is needed.

Capacity crowd of empty chairs at PRWID


The Price River Water Improvement District cleared another hurdle Tuesday in the long process of planning and financing $7 million in water and sewer system upgrades. It was a mandatory public hearing on the proposed issue of up to $4 million in 20-...

GOP, Dems ready for spring conventions


After a tumultuous 2010 that saw three individuals become committee chair for the Carbon County Democratic Party, organization lead positions will once again be up for nomination at the end of April. ...

Sad anniversary: 1924 Castle a mine Disaster


Eighty-seven years ago this month, two explosions tore through the Number Two Mine at Castle Gate in Carbon County killing all 171 workers in the mine. One rescue worker also died after breathing in carbon monoxide fumes while trying to find survivor...

Moving a lake means moving a mountain of paperwork


Moving Grassy Trail Reservoir to a new location may seem easy on the surface, but with as much work as this project entails there is still much left to be done before ground can be broken on a new reservoir....

Trampoline no match for gust in Carbonville


A crumpled trampoline comes to rest after a wild ride through the sky Wednesday afternoon in Carbonville. A freak gust of wind tore through the area, transporting the trampoline over fences and structures. It barely missed striking a nearby greenhou...

New e-mail scam targets attorneys


Attorneys have become the latest targets of e-mail scams.

Minor injuries in one-car rollover


Carbon County law enforcement and public safety rescue officials responded to a single vehicle rollover on U.S. Highway 6 Wednesday afternoon. According to preliminary reports, the vehicle's female driver lost control while driving southbound along t...

Gallery East exhibit documents history of Shakespeare Festival


USU-CEU's Gallery East is presenting We are Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On, an exhibition celebrating 50 years of the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Running through April 7, this exhibit features photographs from years past and provides an educational...

Boy Scout food drive this Saturday


For decades Boy Scouts in Utah have made a difference in the lives of thousands by participating in the annual Scouting for Food Drive, one of the three largest statewide food drives held each year....

Castleland RCD wins a for innovation in Carbon, Emery


The Castleland Resource Conservation and Development council recently received a national award. The local RC&D has been reauthorized as a member of the national RC&D Circle of Diamonds. ...

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