|Published August 25, 2005|
The Business Journal
Looking for some fine jet fuel
There is over a million tons of coal fines laying around Carbon County, and up until now it has seemed of little value to the community, except for a few small attempts to utilize them....
District names employees of the year
Lynn Hunt, a teacher at Castle Heights Elementary School and Bob Cox, the principal at Carbon High were recently named teacher and administrator of the year respectively in Carbon School District. In addition, but not available for the photo, were Gw...
Museum dedicates new dinosaur sign on 100 North
This past month the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce dedicated the new sign for the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Musuem on 100 North 155 East. The sign features a stone base and a Gary Prazen-Danny Blanton sculpture which hangs out over the s...
Carbon School district honors retirees from various schools
A number of employees retired from Carbon School District after the last school year. They include Marlene Smuin, Maria Matthews, Armida Griego, Catherine Boyce, Mike Ireland, Jean Ann Dimick, Joy Anderson, Jolene Whear and Kerry Frandsen. Not pictur...
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