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Rollover accident near East Carbon injures one when driver falls asleep


A van rollover on State Road 123 just west of East Carbon injured one person on Thursday afternoon. The accident occurred when the driver fell asleep then over-corrected the vehicle, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. The vehicle subsequently roll...

Presentations highlight concepts, ideas to market community


An illustration of a raptor on Main Street was presented to the College of Eastern Utah's Prehistoric Museum board to demonstrate the idea of using a dinosaur theme to draw attention to Price's downtown businesses....

Metter setters hit irrigation pipe in Carbonville


Construction crews remove water from a trench in Carbonville. The crews were setting a meter for the newly installed water system when they accidentally hit an underground irrigation pipe that was not marked. The pipe was not pressurized, but it stil...

Carbon's economy continues to falter


Carbon County's economy continued to falter throughout first quarter 2004. Total non-farm jobs dropped 2.8 percent and the decrease marked the fifth straight quarter of declining employment opportunities....

Local, state governments' reliance on property tax revenues increases


Since 2001, Utah's state, county and local governments have significantly increased the public entities' budgetary reliance on property tax revenues.

College of Eastern Utah rejuvenation cleans up campus before cold weather hits


Members of the College of Eastern Utah baseball team roll up sod on a pallet Friday morning. The group layed the sod over the area where the old Reeves Building used to stand. Construction and grounds rejuvenation at the front part of the campus is m...




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