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Construction continues in canyon

A trackhoe works in conjunction with a guide on a steep slope at near milepost 197 on U.S. Highway 6. The contractor, Gilbert Western Corporation of Spanish Fork is making good progress in tearing down the hills that have determined the width of th...

Fire danger high in area as Memorial Day approaches

Monday's fire in Meads Wash serves as a small sign of what is happening in the area. A much larger fire raged near Ridge Road about the same time and required considerable manpower from Wellington and Price to extinguish. With the holiday weekend loo...

Controversy surrounds trend to place unofficial memorials on nation's highways

A patrol cruiser approaches from the west and a semi heads west near the site three roadside memorials mark the spot of a triple fatality accident on Oct. 10, 1974. Roadside memorials have been a familiar sight along U.S. Highway 6. But the Utah ...

Carbon commissioners review future development in county

The Carbon County commission conducted a special meeting on Tuesday to review newly formulated expansion plans for Phillips Petroleum gas well projects.

Carbon High students garner national science fair honors

Alisha Martinez and Bradley Bunnell discuss the projects the two entered in the national science fair competition.

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