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Carbon County News

Fire chief outlines Independence Day safety tips

With July 4th rapidly approaching and Pioneer Day following close on the national holiday's heels, fireworks stands have sprung up in Price.

Filing deadline approaches for '09 city, PRWID elections

While it may seem to many Carbon County residents that the general election last fall just finished, it's time for local candidates thinking about running for city offices to get ready to file to run in the November 2009 races....

Agency continues to evolve while focusing on managing U.S. forests

Since the United States Forest Service was first established in 1905, the process of managing the nation's forests has undergone and continues to undergo significant changes. ...

Price city grants Emery Telcom more time, continues building parade float

At the Price city council meeting on June 24, topics ranged from the city's parade float to Emery Telcom's efforts with expanding it's cable TV offerings.

Highway 6 work in canyon continues

Paving machine personnnel wait for another truck of blacktop to show up while idling at the halfway mark between Colton and Emma Park on Tuesday afternoon. The Utah Department of Transportation has a major road renovation going on in the area tha...

U.S. Forest Services extends DEIS input period, rescinds Avintaquin restrictions

Camping restrictions due to bear activity at Avintaquin Campground on the Roosevelt-Duchesne District of the Ashley National Forest has been lifted.

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