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Castle Valley ranchers, farmers baling to beat stormy weather conditions

Mike Peczuh scrambles to bale alfalfa in Carbonville on Tuesday in an attempt to beat the rain that was starting to fall in the area. Fields of partially baled hay are a common scene in many places in the county due to recent rainstorm. Alfalfa cann...

Utility relocation, improvement projects continue across county

Utah Power crews install a line of utility poles in the new corridor along U.S. Highway 6 between Price and Wellington. The poles are being set back to accommodate future road improvements....

Flashing lights on school buses signal motorists to stop

A Carbon County School District bus pulls to the side of the roadway and stops to let students off in the Miller Creek area. School has been in session for a several weeks, but motorists are still forgetting that red flashing lights on a bus mean all...

Jobless rate drops in Carbon County

Data compiled by the Utah Department of Workforce Service indicate declining unemployment in Carbon County.

Survey launches city revitalization project

In February 1955, it appeared Gooseberry dam would be built in short order.

Sheriff recognizes retiree's years of law enforcement service

The Carbon County Airport is one of the most important assets the county has toward economic development says the counties economic director DeLynn Fielding. An air based industrial park is a possibility at the site....

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