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School buses and kids means motorists should stop

A bus picks up students going to school in north Price earlier this week. While buses are a common sight on the roads of Carbon County, the beginning of school denotes a time for motorists to be particularly cautious about those yellow vehicles comin...

Architect discusses attributes of land for county gun range

Several roads crisscross the property county officials purchased on Wattis Road for a new gun range/recreation area. Primarily used to serve gas wells in the area, the roads have been documented by county personnel so planning can start on the recr...

Fall temperatures prompt Mother Nature to switch palate

The color of oak leaves on trees in Price Canyon are changing rapidly. While the height of the fall color often comes late in September or early in October, things seem to be changing earlier. Additional spots to view colorful autumn scenery include ...

State agency questions fire flow parameters in county guidelines

A fire plug stands on a road some distance from cabins it serves in a mountain subdivision near Scofield Reservoir. Discussion at the Carbon County Planning and Zoning Commission once again centered around fire flows and water line pressures in suc...

Price city employee arrested on drug distribution charge

On Sept. 3, Carbon Metro Drug Task Force authorities arrested an on-duty Price employee for allegedly distributing a controlled substance while operating a city vehicle.

Gallery East opens exhibition

The College of Eastern Utah's Gallery East opens its 2004-2005 exhibition schedule with a printmaking exhibit which runs through Sept. 24. Titled "World Printmaking,"

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