|Published January 29, 2002|
Price center leads way in 911 communication
It is a model emergency communications system and its in Carbon County.
Reaveley assumes council seat
Don Reaveley is the newest face on the Price City Council.
Helper City Police Department establishes rape crisis line
Recently, the Helper City Police Department received a grant for $14,000 from the state to set up a rape crisis line for residents in the Castle Valley area.
Sunrise reflects on clouds, casts pink glow across valley
Last Saturday, a brilliant sunrise reflecting on clouds in the eastern sky cast a soft pink glow across the county. As February approaches, average temperatures will start to climb and the days are becoming longer. Traditionally, the coldest part of ...
State Prosecutor Files Theft Charges in CEU Mail Case
The Carbon County Attorney's Office has charged a former employee at College of Eastern Utah's postal station with 21 separate class B misdemeanor category theft counts.
Coalition organizes 2002 child passenger safety restraint checkpoints for Carbon, Emery counties
Safety belts are an important issue to all motorists. But sometimes, drivers fail to realize the importance of securing children who are traveling in motor vehicles. The failure to comply with state and federal laws not only leads to criminal acts, b...
Castle Heights heads up fund raising for much of the Carbon School District
Jillian Fincher, Lacey Pugliese, Julie Hart, Patricia Smith and third grade teacher Vickie Tamllos proudly display the result of many students and staff members work from the Carbon School District that will be sent to New York School P.S 234 or othe...
Finding quality child care in Carbon County
The Child Care Resource and Referral center that is located at the College of Eastern Utah serves the Carbon County area with information regarding child care and child care providers. The center's services are free to the community and the staff is ...
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