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Published May 28, 2013

Carbon County News

Castle Country's graves project unique in nation


With around 40,000 handmade flowers in their baskets, volunteers in Carbon and Emery counties achieved last week what no other communities in the nation do.

Seattle buddies trying to hoof across country


Steven Wescott is used to seeing plenty of weird looks and people wanting to stop and take a picture with him and his traveling companion.

Soil contamination will delay work on new Wellington park


It turns out there's more to abandoned mine reclamation than removing junk coal, broken concrete and rusted steel.

Price Eagle Scout wins national award from BLM


The Bureau of Land Management last Thursday presented its prestigious "Making a Difference" National Volunteer Awards to a Price Eagle Scout for outstanding volunteer service or volunteer leadership on BLM-managed lands....

Boats leaving Lake Powell must be decontaminated


Searchers are still finding quagga mussels at Lake Powell. As summer gets closer, you need to be aware of a three-step process you must put your boat through if it's been on the lake....

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