|Published February 10, 2004|
Students Stay Active on CEU Campus Throughout the College Enrollment Year
Emily Prettyman, a College of Eastern Utah student body officer, puts up a new activity board in front of the campus library, to inform students of the extra curricular goings-on during Spring semester. While it seems many college students have a nev...
Title research answers one Bolotas subdivision property line question
Looking toward the North end of Scofield Reservoir, Bolotas subdivision, set in the middle of the scrub oak, on the edge of the lake, looks serene and peaceful. However for the last 40 years many battles have raged between property owners because o...
Ambulance patient care level advances
Unfortunately, ambulance personnel responding to local emergencies are relatively common occurrence in Carbon County. But fortunately, the county operated ambulance service recently expanded the level of patient care provided to by trained emergenc...
Agents execute search warrant at Emery Telcom
On Feb. 5, agents from the Utah Attorney General's Office and the Emery County sheriff's department executed a warrant and conducted a search at the telephone company offices in Orangeville....
Officers arrest hotel guests on drug charges
On Feb. 4, Carbon Metro Drug Task Force agents arrested two individuals staying at a Price hotel on unlawful possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia charges.
Taking Nine Mile Canyon to the next step
Last November 20 people who have a vested interest in the Nine Mile Canyon toured the roads that lead through the historic rock-art panels, viewed the gas wells and sub stations, and took in the vistas at the ranches there. ...
Planning board recommends smaller Shelter Bay
After a private traffic study was completed and Carbon officials conferred with Price city representatives, the county planning board approved a pared down request for a zone change in Carbonville that may eventually create a subdivision in the area...
Committee focuses on meeting present, future needs of college, Carbon County
At the panel's January meeting, the College of Eastern Utah's long-term planning committee discussed ways to meet current community and educational challenges while assisting future growth....
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