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Landmark main building starts to crumble, disappear from college campus


A track hoe hacks at the administrative wing on College of Eastern Utah's main building Tuesday afternoon. A larger track hoe was preparing to start on the two story section of the building, one of the original structures built for the college in 193...

Court sentences former trooper


On Dec. 3, the 7th District Court sentenced a former Utah Highway Patrol trooper to one year in jail on one count of negligent homicide.

Sluggish minaing industry impacts Carbon County economy


Carbon County's economy stumbled out of the gate in first quarter 2003.

Conservation easement restrictions limit options of future generations


Almost every society on the Earth views the protection of natural landscapes as an important charge for all people on the planet.

Declining pollution citations concern preservation groups


In June 1960, Robert Burgener of the Utah Department of Health warned Carbon County that the 650,000 gallons of raw sewage the area was dumping in the Price River daily was a threat to the public....




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