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Hidden boulders complicate ground preparation phase of airport hangar project

A Carbon County heavy equipment operator works to clear and prepare the construction site for a new hangar at the airport.

Representative recaps matters addressed by 2004 Legislature

Brad King explains his position on an issue to a student lobbyist from St. Joseph High School. King fielded numerous questions between meetings during the recent session of the 2004 Utah Legislature at the Capitol. ...

Concept, concrete impact museum's future

CEU museum director Reece Barrick measures and identifies fossils in the bone lab with graduate students Sara Decherd, Alan Coulson and William Straight. The students are studying the area's resources....

Analysts determine enrollment declines benefit Utah schools

Rather than harm local public education systems, declining student enrollments provide school districts in Utah with several financial advantages.

CEU to Honor Two Forner Residents for Athletic Hall Of Fame

Two former Carbon residents have been named for induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame at the CEU Founder's Day dinner scheduled for March 27. Perry L. Christensen and Don Larsen will share honors with Pam Dupin-Bryant. ...

Republicans host Lincoln Day dinner

It was the event that set the stage for the next few months as the local Republican Central Committee hosted its annual Lincoln Day dinner last Saturday night at the college alumni room. Banners, brochures and yard signs were piled high as governor h...

Suicide prevention conference scheduled for March 26

Suicides by local teens continue to alarm and concern local residents and public officials, but most people are unprepared to deal with the results. On March 26 local officials will make a concerted effort to raise awareness of the public on the trou...

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