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Published July 25, 2006

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Overconsumption Of Alcohol, Improper Use Of Medication Result in DUI Charges


Most Carbon County resident equate alcohol with driving under the influence of an intoxicant incidents. But prescribed or over-the-counter medications can impair a driver and lead to a DUI arrest, points out the Utah Highway Patrol. Prescription drug...

WBBA Winners Escorted to Ballfields


Price fire and police departments escort the winners of the major and minor league WBBA playoffs to the city ballfields on Wednesday. The parade honored players from the Carbon White minor league and Carbon Blue Major league teams. The teams have adv...

Highway contractor proposes crushing operation in Helper


This area west of Highway 6 is the place where W.W. Clyde wants to put in a temporary quarry for fill to supply the new Helper interchange construction project that will be going on for the next year....

Minimum school program is basis for education funding


In more than 100 years of public schools in Utah, funding vehicles to run the institutions have changed greatly. Originally schools, which were often held in churches and were funded by donations and tuition paid for by students who wanted to attend....

Service district reviews budget, county projects


The Carbon County Recreation and Transportation Special Service District conducted a public hearing on July 20 to discuss the $2.9 million budget for 2006.

Two wildfires impact areas located near Carbon County


More than a dozen wildfires and controlled burns have been reported across Utah recently. At least two of these fires can be seen from Carbon and Emery counties.

Vehicle's battery loses power while parked on steep mound


When a vehicle is parked on a steep narrow mound of dirt, it is difficult to get the hood open and connect a charger to a weak battery. A local resident apparently wanted to attract potential buyers and pulled a vehicle onto the manmade hill. But whi...

Work limits traffic on 600 East in Price


Debris from a demolished retaining wall clutters 600 East in Price near Pinnacle Canyon Academy. As part of the terms of the conditional use permit, the charter school must install curb and gutter on streets adjacent to the school. The school moved f...

Zebras are raised in Castle Dale


Duane Gilbert has been raising zebras on his property for well more than a decade. He has around 40 of them. They may look like horses, but they aren't domesticated like horses. ...

Price officials honor Yard of the Month recipients


As part of the city's beautification efforts, Price honored a handful of city residents whose maintain yards worthy of recognition.

High temperatures increase West Nile virus in mosquitoes


Utah's first human case of West Nile virus has been detected in a Utah County resident.

Contractor to start second phase of fuel mitigation efforts in East Carbon region


Beginning Aug. 1, the next phase of fuel reduction efforts will take place on public lands north/northwest of the communities East Carbon and Sunnyside.

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