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Regular physical checkups play important role in ensuring health of livestock, pets


Rusty Truman checks out April, a horse having a difficult time keeping weight on during the winter. Truman, who is a road warrior veterinarian, indicates that physical checkups on livestock and pets are important to ensure good health in the animals....

Winter storm forecast


Winter storm forecast, local motorists urged to exercise caution.

Organization supports developing cretaceous plant project in county


A crowd gathers in front of the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum for a tour of Range Creek. The museum served as the centerpiece of a media blitz when Range Creek became a topic of worldwide interest two years ago. Interviews and news rep...

College Forms Committee to Address CEU Student Government's Concerns


College of Eastern Utah President Ryan Thomas announced to faculty last Tuesday that the school had formed a committee to address concerns raised by student government.

Carbon experiences employment growth


The latest economic data compiled by the Utah Department of Workforce Services indicate Carbon County has experienced hearty employment growth during the last year.

Local author releases historical fiction


Tom Ward, a local cowboy and retired coal miner, has published a book titled "The House Forgotten." The book is a work of historical fiction, and the action takes place in southeastern Utah and eastern Nevada. Ward says the inspiration for the book c...

Questar Gas Requests Psc Approval Of Decrease in Rates


Questar Gas recently asked the Utah Public Service Commission to approve a $28.3 million decrease in the company's rates.




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