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Carbon County hazmat crew assesses cleanup at site of wreck east of Soldier Summit


Gary Harwood marks the entry of a semi trailer with tape, designating the trailer as a hazardous material site. Yesterday morning, the driver of the truck hauling the trailer lost control of the vehicle. State troopers on the scene reported that the ...

14 Football Players Trapped in Elevator at CEU Residence Hall


James Prettyman, College of Eastern Utah police officer, assists a teenage football player who was trapped in an elevator at the Aaron Jones Hall at the college. With a combined weight well over the 2,100 lb. weight limit of the elevator, 14 boys wer...

Special Service District Reviews OHV Trail Proposal from Lobbyist


ATV riders cross Bruin Point. The 10,000-foot pass, northeast of Sunnyside and East Carbon is part of a suggested route for an OHV trail. As planning progresses, county officials have been presented with a proposal from a lobbyist on how to manage ...

East Carbon City officials discuss Lila Canyon mine


UtahAmerican Energy Inc. is currently working to have Lila Canyon mine up and running in Emery County during 2005.

Workforce services evaluates status of county's labor market, economy


Carbon County ended last year with roughly 51 fewer employment opportunities than in 2003. The decrease represents a local job loss of 0.6 percent.

Event banners hang high on Price's Main Street


City workers hang up the Scofield Triathlon and International Days banners on Main Street in Price. The Scofield Drop Dead Gorgeous Olympic Distance and Sprint Triathlon, Biathlon and 5K Run is scheduled to begin at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday morning in S...

Committee asks citizens to work toward water storage program


Brent Barker of Pinnacle Sports hands Joyce Daniels and water storage chairperson Rita Dunn some of the containers that residents can purchase to store water properly.

Matheson supports exploration incentives


Congressman Jim Matheson is cosponsoring bipartisan legislation targeted to increase domestic natural gas production from marginal and hard-to-reach sources.

Utah Supreme Court supports referendum in store dispute


The Utah Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that residents opposing a Wal-Mart store in Sandy won the right to conduct a citywide referendum on the dispute.




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