City police, sheriff's office enforce laws related to underage alcohol consumption
Richard Fennemore looks over an inventory list for the local liquor store. The store is intended for adults only and local residents need to remember that buying for someone under the age of 21 is illegal. Purchasing alcohol for minors will result in...
Carbon County culinary experts compete in state dutch oven cooking competition
Bill and Toni Thayn work on decorating a cake for the championship dutch oven cook off in Salt Lake City. The couple competed in the county fair winning first place and a chance to compete in Salt Lake. After wining a position on Thursday the 16 the ...
Local youth enjoy warmer temperatures
Jacob Damoon takes a ride at the skate park located in Price's Tarrace Hills. After a week of unseasonably cold weather, spring has finally sprung. Many Carbon County residents are taking advantage of the change in weather and enjoying more outdoor a...
Representative, senator reflect on 2006 Legislature
The Utah Legislature has concluded state government's 2006 general session.
Carbon experiences employment growth
Carbon County continued to experience an expanding labor market in February.
Utah, Medicare complete transition to new drug coverage
"Utah will no longer need to use its Medicaid systems to pay for Medicare drug coverage, a testament to the partnership between the state and the federal government during the first weeks of the new drug coverage," said Health and Human Services Secr...
New calves in fields show that spring has sprung
In pastures all over the county, newborn calves are a common sight. While weather has just recently caught up with the season, other signs in nature are showing that spring has already arrived. ...
Cold spell offers what could be the season's last chance for winter recreation
Many people spend their weekends enjoying winter activities. Snowmobilers take advantage of a snowstorm in Scofield to enjoy a day in the outdoors. With spring weather just around the corner many find that they have to take advantage of the weather b...
Utah youth hunting bill signed into law
Utah joined a growing list of states removing barriers for youth hunters recently, as Gov. Jon Huntsman signed House Bill 328 into law.
Castleview Hospital lab provides information for life saving cures
Diann Beckman works in the pathology lab with tissue samples.
Carbon area cleans up at science fair
Mont Harmon Junior High teachers Pat Noel and Terry Bikakis sit with winning students Stephanie Cha, MeLisa King, Kate Kilbourne and Kaz Cook while the traveling trophy the school won for outstanding achievement in the regional science fair is disp...