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Colorful autumn scenery rapidly fades, dulled by effects of colder temperatures


With the arrival of extremely cold weather, the bright colors of fall are quickly fading away from the landscape in Carbon County. Many nearly green leaves, blackened by the ravages of extreme cold, have become common sights, lying dully on the groun...

Anglers brave cold to fish at Scofield


Avid anglers ignore below freezing temperatures and brave the elements during an outing Sunday afternoon at Scofield Reservoir. The wind blew steadily from the lake, while the fishermen cast hooks from the bank into small patches of unfrozen water on...

Commission supports East Carbonics bond


During last week's public meeting, the county commissioners voted to write a letter of support for a company planning to locate its facilities at the old Banning loadout near Sunnyside Junction....

Property tax monies expected to increase


Statewide property tax revenues are expected to reach $1.69 billion in 2003, representing an $81 million or 5 percent increase from last year.

Helper Officials Pledge to Assist with Updating Gis Information System


Helper is one of several Carbon County entities being approached to assist in creating a better Geographical Information System.

PRWID Evaluates Project Funding Alternatives, Repayment Scenarios


A higher than expected engineer's estimate and a bid exceeding the estimate forced Price River Water Improvement District to rethink how the agency will fund line upgrades for five small companies in the county....




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