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County proceeds with plans to improve Carbonville Road

Carbon County Commissioners Bill Krompel and Mike Milovich inspected the crumbling bridge structures on Carbonville Road last fall along with Congressman Jim Matheson to show him the problems that the county is facing in rebuilding the road....

Grassy Trail dam concerns prompt county action

A Carbon County road grader with snow equipment stops for a few minutes before attempting to go farther in clearing the road up to Grassy Trail Reservoir above East Carbon and Sunnyside. Concerns about the large amount of rain on top of very wet snow...

Respect for the flag shown at local elementary schools

Wellington Elementary students, Seth Tryon and Bowan Clark fold the flag at the end of a school day. Each afternoon, two students are sent to lower and fold the flag. By doing so, children learn to properly take care of the American symbol of freedom...

Advisory panels assist commission, residents

An aircraft is towed out of the hanger at the Carbon County Airport in preparation for a flight. The Airport Advisory Board studies and makes recommendations on improvements and operations at the facility. The airport has the third longest runway i...

State concludes 2004 on positive economic notes

Utah concluded 2004 on several positive economic notes.

Winter snow creates differing emotions

Two local youngsters enjoy a morning walk on Jan. 8. Carbon County residents woke up to a snow-covered landscape last Saturday. The snow brought laughter to youngsters and groans to adults who had to deal with the removal of the white powder....

Donating locks for cancer patient wigs

Mac McCullough gets his hair cut by Debbie Pagano of the Looking Glass so the Carbon County resident can donate it to make wigs for children with cancer.

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