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Contractor repaving section of Carbonville Road impacted by waterline project


A flag man stops cars amid mounds of dirt lining north Carbonville Road. Crews are digging Price's waterline and the dirt will soon be removed as work on the project approaches the old Halfway Club, where the line will cross the road and the construc...

County addresses fairgrounds concerns


Locked horse stalls at the fairgrounds were part of the discussion at the Carbon County Commission meeting last week. Commissioners say that even though the facility is there for the use of the public, the stalls need to be locked because people ab...

Statewide seatbelt law enforcement campaign continuing through Labor Day


Seatbelts save lives, but drivers and passengers frequently ignore the devices. However, the people who respond to traffic accident scenes know how important the straps are and law enforcement officers across Utah will participate in the Buckled or B...

Seminar highlights mineral lease rights


A seminar presented by the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining on land rights last Thursday brought to light several aspects of land ownership with regard to surface rights and mineral rights....

Foundation research report catalogues welfare benefits


Utah Foundation has released a research report cataloging welfare benefits statewide since the passage of reform legislation in 1996.

Facility, enrollment grow at Pinnacle


Students stand in the shade outside a classroom after lunch Monday at Pinnacle Canyon Academy in Carbonville. The school opened Aug. 26 with almost 100 new students and nine additional classrooms to accommodate the enrollment increase. The addition ...




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