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Local stores attract consumers shopping for holiday gifts

While many folks throng to large department stores during the holiday season, more and more people are returning to the tradition of shopping at favorite hometown businesses. Jamie and Phil Howa spent last Friday afternoon taking their time looking a...

Decorating in warmer temperatures

Price resident Rick Sandoval and his son, Rick Jr., untangle the holiday lights they plan to put up on the family's home. Warmer temperatures have given many residents the chance to install outdoor decorations in shirt sleeves or jackets. If the weat...

County's planning panel members discuss gas well location, noise level

Carbon County's planning board met Tuesday and, while the agenda was relatively short, members discussed one item that could be important to local residents, particularly people living in outlying areas where gas well sites are being constructed. ...

Practice precautionary measures to alleviate fire risks

Christmas is a time filled with joy and excitement. The upcoming holiday represents a time when Carbon County residents decorate homes and search for the perfect tree which will be the centerpiece of living rooms for several weeks....

Unemployment claims dip, while consumer confidence level climbs

The number of Utahns filing for unemployment insurance benefits decreased lightly last month, while consumer confidence climbed at locations across the United States.

Carbon's state representatives highlight goals, objectives

Even though Carbon County was divided through reapportionment, Democrat Brad King was re-elected to the Utah House of Representatives by a considerable margin.

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