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Another storm, another flood of mud


Dale Wright has seen heavy rains and high water around his Carbonville horse property over the past 30 years or so. "I saw the 100-year flood back in - when was it ? - the 1980s. But I have never seen anything like this," he said Thursday morni...

Dentist, power plant team up to create east county reservoir


After multiple dry winters, reservoir levels throughout Carbon County have dwindled, causing industrial and municipal customers to begin looking for alternative water sources. In East Carbon, the Martinez Cattle Company has partnered with local...

Wild West journalism was the standard in 1907 Price


Journalistic standards have changed in the 106 years since the following article was printed in the Eastern Utah Advocate. Personal opinion and outright calumny in news articles are taboo today, but back then that spicy, biased ...

College to honor exemplary nurse at new laboratory dedication Sept. 6


The dedication and ribbon cutting of the Emma Gunderson Scartezina Nursing Simulation Laboratory Sept. 6 on the Utah State University Eastern campus is not only about the unveiling of a state-of-the-art lab designed to give students hands-on pr...

Farewell party for Fielding


Outgoing Carbon County Economic Director Delynn Fielding chats with well-wishers who came to his farewell reception Wednesday. Fielding has accepted the position of Rural Programs Director for the Governor's Office of Economic Development in Salt...

Mike Ballard Memorial Tournament beneficiary


Richard Simmons and family accept a check for $10,877 from the committee of the Mike Ballard Memorial Golf Tournament during a recent County Commission meeting. The proceeds from the annual event go to help people who need some extra financial he...

Conserving water, one drop at a time


With Price City and the rest of the state dealing with severe drought problems, a summer-long project to test water systems at homes and businesses may have provided some insight to save water in thirsty times....

Fairview Lakes gets improvements for 150 year old dam


A dam in Fairview Canyon that was at the top of the state's list of high-risk dames is getting fixed.




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