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Published March 5, 2015

Carbon County News

Proposed wilderness bill gains approval from P and Z

While the Carbon County Planning and Zoning Board meetings on the first Tuesday of the month are open for public attendancem but not usually for public comment, a county land proposal which has been drafted to fit into Congressman Rob Bishop's Public...

Afternoon ATV ride turns deadly

The relationship between police officers and the public they serve can make a world of difference in a multitude of situations. Nowhere is that bond more vital than when the two factions depend on one another while trying to save a life. ...

Memorial in the works as legislature discusses protections for Utah miners

Mine safety took a step forward today with the final committee approval of The Utah Research Institute for Mine Safety and Productivity bill, sponsored by Rep. Mark Wheatley, D-Murray....

Regional Spelling Bee shows off local winners

The Region Spelling Bee was held March 2, 2015 at Grand County High School in Moab..

BLM releases EIS on leasing Fish Lake lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah has decided to adopt the final environmental impact statement (EIS) and record of decision prepared by the U. S. Forest Service (Forest Service) for oil and gas leasing on lands administered by the Fishlake Na...

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